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Portuguese Malacca

, then the 25th Bishop of Angra (1816–1818) and former Bishop of Malaca (Portuguese Malacca) and Timor; his two other uncles were Manuel Inácio da Silva Garrett, Archdeacon of Angra, and Inácio da Silva Garrett, also a Clergyman (Clergyman#Catholic clergy) of Angra. In childhood, his mulatto Brazilian nanny Rosa de Lima taught him some traditional stories that later influenced his work. Exploration In May 1513 Álvares sailed under the Portuguese Malacca captain


Kingdom of Gwynedd

the Northumbrian and Pictish (Picts) royal families would produce the Pictish king Talorgan (Talorgan I of the Picts). Áedán mac Gabráin fought as an ally of the Britons against the Northumbrians. Cadwallon ap Cadfan of Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd) allied with Penda of Mercia to defeat Edwin of Northumbria. Welsh interest One of the traditional stories relating to the creation of Wales is derived from the arrival in Wales of Cunedda and his sons as "Men of the North". Cunedda himself is held to be the progenitor of the royal dynasty of Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd), one of the largest and most powerful of the medieval Welsh kingdoms, and an ongoing participant in the history of the Old North. Cunedda, incidentally, is represented as a descendant of one of Maximus' generals, Paternus, who Maximus appointed as commander at Alt Clut. However, the relationship between Wales and the Old North is more substantial than this one event, amounting to a self-perception that the Welsh and the Men of the North are one people. '''Gruffudd ap Cynan ab Owain Gwynedd''' was the grandson of Owain Gwynedd a famous king of Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd) and ruler of most of Wales in the 12th century. The longer patronymic form of his name is usually used to distinguish him from the earlier and better-known Gruffudd ap Cynan, king of Gwynedd.


Mali

never holding territory near the current nation, traditional stories connect the northern Mande (Mandé peoples) of Ghana Commons:Category:Mali WikiPedia:Mali Dmoz:Regional Africa Mali


Lahore

birth_place Lahore, Pakistan (Dominion of Pakistan) death_date Since both countries had ordered their nuclear tests, both Prime ministers proceeded towards maintaining peace and security. The Lahore Declaration In 1998, both governments signed an agreement recognizing the principle of building an environment of peace and security and resolving all bilateral conflicts, which became the basis of the Lahore Declaration. On February 1, 1999, Prime minister Sharif made a breakthrough with India when he invited his counter part to Pakistan. On February 19, Indian premier (Prime minister of India) Atal Bihari Vajpayee paid a historic state visit to Pakistan traveling on the inaugural bus service (Delhi-Lahore Bus) connecting the Indian capital of New Delhi with the major Pakistan's cultural city of Lahore, establishing a major transport link for the peoples of both nations. On February 21, both Prime ministers signed the bilateral agreement with a memorandum of understanding to ensure the nuclear-free safety in South


Zimbabwe

of African Art by some Black artists of past generations in the United States. Several authors are well known within Zimbabwe and abroad. Charles Mungoshi is renowned in Zimbabwe for writing traditional stories in English and in Shona and his poems and books have sold well with both the black and white communities.


Shanghai

;Lent" In 1916 Caobao (Caobao Road (Shanghai Metro)) newspapers bound the pictures to attract a larger audience base of middle and lower class readers. The rise of Lianhuanhua's popularity was proportional to the rise of lithographic printing introduced to Shanghai from the West. Shanghai comics journals in the 1920s featured more artwork, typically depicting traditional stories along the lines of Chinese mythology or Chinese folklore. Small publishers in the 20s and 30s were mostly located on a street called Beigongyili in the Zhabei district. In 1935 street book stall owners and publishers established the "Shanghai Lianhuan Tuhua Promotion Society" at Taoyuanli. The illustrated stories were originally targeted to children and marginally literate readers. When Japan's consul to Lithuania, Chiune Sugihara, sacrificed his diplomatic career to issue Japanese passports to Jewish refugees, Raichik helped procure visas for his fellow students and others. After spending close to a year in Kobe, Japan, the yeshiva relocated again, this time to Shanghai, China, where many other Jews spent the remainder of the war years as well. "Shanghai Sanctuary". TIME. July 31, 2008. In Shanghai, Rabbi Raichik became the foundation for the uprooted Lubavitch yeshiva. In addition to overseeing the daily running of the school, friends recall how lovingly he served as surrogate parent to the younger students. Though given many chances to leave, Raichik chose to stay in until the very last student was able to leave, in 1946. Early life Shih Kien was raised by his stepmother and was a sickly child. He decided to practise martial arts to improve his health and trained for nine years. Shih trained at Shanghai's Chin Woo Athletic Association (founded by Huo Yuanjia) and was among the first generation of students at the school to be certified as instructors. After becoming certified to teach styles including Eagle Claw and Choy Li Fut, he decided to start his career as an actor. However, the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War caused his studies to be disrupted. Shih and his friends travelled between Guangzhou and Hong Kong to stage drama performances, in order to raise funds as part of the anti-Japanese movement. Besides acting on stage, Shih also participated in back-stage activities, such as makeup and arrangements of lighting and props. Although popular in South Korea and eventually released in Taiwan, the movie was first banned from screening (Film screening) in the People's Republic of China.


Cambodia

Unesco.org accessdate 15 March 2013 The dances are performed by intricately costumed, highly trained men and women on public occasions for tribute, invocation or to enact traditional stories and epic poems such as Reamker, the Khmer version of the Ramayana. Cravath, Paul (1968). ''The Ritual Origins of the Classical Dance Drama of Cambodia'', Asian Theatre Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Autumn, 1986), pp. 179–203


India

lyrical on this theme, commenting that ''having come to know Jesus we are forbidden to return by the way we came''. There are many traditional stories about what happened to the Magi after this, with one having them baptised by St. Thomas (Thomas the Apostle) on his way to India. Another has their remains found by Saint Helena (Helena, mother of Constantine the Great) and brought to Constantinople, and eventually making their way to Germany and the Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne

Indonesian culture. On Java, the western part of Sumatra and some smaller islands traditionalists continued to play the old stories for some time, but the influence of Hinduism prevailed and the traditional stories either fell into oblivion or were integrated into the Hinduistic plays. distributor Screen Gems Columbia Pictures released (Australia)

), commonly known as '''Palwankar Baloo''', was an Indian cricketer. He bowled (bowling (cricket)) left-arm orthodox spin with great accuracy and the ability to turn the ball (cricket ball) both ways. He was also a moderately skilled lower-order batsman. At this point the magi leave the narrative and do not reappear. There are many traditional stories about what happened to them after this. One has them baptized by St. Thomas (Thomas the Apostle) on his way to India


Wales

) and the Harleian genealogies. "The North" became "the Old North" in recognition of the passage of time since the literary works were contemporary, hence "the Old North" and "Men of the Old North". Welsh interest One of the traditional stories relating to the creation of Wales is derived from the arrival in Wales of Cunedda and his sons as "Men of the North". Cunedda himself is held to be the progenitor of the royal dynasty of Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd), one of the largest and most powerful of the medieval Welsh kingdoms, and an ongoing participant in the history of the Old North. Cunedda, incidentally, is represented as a descendant of one of Maximus' generals, Paternus, who Maximus appointed as commander at Alt Clut. However, the relationship between Wales and the Old North is more substantial than this one event, amounting to a self-perception that the Welsh and the Men of the North are one people. WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


Brazil

a Clergyman (Clergyman#Catholic clergy) of Angra. In childhood, his mulatto Brazilian nanny Rosa de Lima taught him some traditional stories that later influenced his work. '''Francisco Paulo Mignone''' (September 3, 1897–February 19, 1986) is one of the most significant figures in Brazilian classical music (European classical music), and one of the most significant Brazilian composers after Heitor Villa-Lobos. In 1968 he was chosen as Brazilian composer of the year


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