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Beijing

instruction to the general public at the Beijing Physical Culture Research Institute from 1914 until 1928. He moved to Shanghai in 1928. '''Ambrose ("Rowdy") Gaines IV''' (born February 17, 1959 in Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida), Florida) is a former American (United States) swimmer, U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame member, Olympic (Olympic Games) three-time gold medalist, and member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame. He is currently the chief fundraiser

. They subsequently offered classes at the Beijing Physical Culture Research Institute to as many people as possible, starting in 1914. It was the first school to provide instruction in the art to the general public. Wu Chien-ch'uan was also asked to teach the Eleventh Corps of the new Presidential Bodyguard as well as at the nationally famous Ching Wu (Chin Woo Athletic Association) martial arts school. - 27. Yu So Chow Beijing, Wikipedia:Beijing Dmoz:Regional Asia China Beijing commons:北京


Tokyo

is a Japanese voice actor (Seiyū) and narrator from Tokyo. He is currently attached to Mausu Promotion. DATE OF BIRTH January 2, 1928 PLACE OF BIRTH Tokyo, Japan DATE OF DEATH With so many cars and a very high population density (50% bigger than Tokyo and 4 times bigger than Rome for example), parking is a real problem in Bucharest. The mechanical pencil became successful in Japan with some improvements in 1915 by Tokuji Hayakawa, a metal worker who had just finished his apprenticeship. It was introduced as the ''Ever-Ready Sharp Pencil''. Success was not immediate, since the metal shaft—essential for the pencil's long life—was unfamiliar to users. The Ever-Sharp began selling in huge numbers, however, after a company from Tokyo and Osaka made large orders. Later Tokuji Hayakawa's company got


Japan

, with only about 32 participating circles and an estimated 600 attendees. Citing


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