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Taipei

to cancer. WikiPedia:Taipei Dmoz:Regional Asia Taiwan Localities Taipei City commons:台北市


Seoul

2011. Retrieved 2011-04-01 Ms. Lee was a graduate of Ewha Woman's University in Seoul with a degree in French literature. Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul


Bristol

in 1986 at Cologne. His first top-level singles title came in 1987 at Bristol. His best singles performance at a Grand Slam (Grand Slam (tennis)) event came at the 1987 Australian Open, where he reached the quarter-finals before being knocked-out by Wally Masur. Evernden represented New Zealand at the 1988 Olympic Games (1988 Summer Olympic Games) in Seoul. South-West England Wessex Trains used their fleet primarily on commuter services around Bristol, although towards the end of the franchises they were increasingly on longer distance Cardiff (Cardiff Central railway station) to Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Singapore

class family in Singapore, Ong studied at Beatty Primary School, Ang Mo Kio Primary School and Ang Mo Kio Secondary School, and did her A levels (Advanced Level (UK)) at National Junior College. After 12 years on the professional tour, Jones retired in 1998. During his career, he won eight top-level doubles titles. Jones also won one tour singles event in Singapore, where he captured the title twice in 1989 and 1990. His best singles performance at a Grand Slam (Grand Slam (tennis)) event was at the 1993 Australian Open (1993 Australian Open - Men's Singles), where he reached the fourth round. His career-high singles ranking was World No. 86 (in 1990). Jones' career prize-money earnings totalled US$1,165,009. *Kenneth Rogoff - Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Harvard University; Former Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund *Tharman Shanmugaratnam - Minister of Finance, Deputy Prime Minister Singapore; Former Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore *Masaaki Shirakawa - Governor, Bank of Japan; Former Professor, Kyoto University School of Government Since 1963, more than 400 students from China and overseas have studied guqin under Professor Li Xiangting. Besides performing in China, Li Xiangting has also staged over fifty recitals in many countries including the U.S. (United States), England, Germany, Japan, Australia, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Austria, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and New Zealand. He has also lectured at various universities. The recital he held in 1982 at the Oriental Music Festival in Durham, England was the first of its kind in the history of the guqin. Another recital he gave in 1992 at the De Laville Theatre in Paris, with a seating capacity of 1000, attracted a full house, making it the largest ever attendance for a guqin recital. The radio and television stations of China and the radio stations of England and France have broadcast a number of programs featuring his guqin music. He has also recorded and arranged solo guqin music for a number of films and television dramas, including The Emperor's Shadow, "An Appreciative Audience" and Zhuge Liang. He was involved in the musical arrangement for the art education film "Qin" and the television Drama "The Courtship of the Phoenix". Rambutans for Ang Mo Kio? This is a fairly incoherent essay that discusses the etymology of Ang Mo Kio, a new town development in Singapore. It's nowhere near an encyclopedic format, not sure what can be salvaged from here. Pilatus (User:Pilatus) 12:41, 29 September 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''' Ang Mo Kio already has a big ol' section on the etymology of the name CDC (User:Cdc) (talk) (User talk:Cdc) 20:23, 29 September 2005 (UTC) Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


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