Many people don’t know that Africa is bigger than the land masses of the US, China, India, Mexico, Peru, France, Spain, Papua New Guinea, Sweden, Japan, Germany, Norway, Italy, New Zealand, the UK, Nepal, Bangladesh and Greece put together! Now you know it It’s all a matter of perspective or opinion
Chinese pandas Meng Meng and Jiao Qing from China in the Berlin Zoo maybe will get such a cute baby panda in future? #love#chinese#pandas#cubs#berlinzoo
Thank you China and a warm welcome to president Xi Jinping in Germany. Would be fine to see you or your party loving humans, Human Rights, justice and democracy so much like your pandas. #大熊猫#팬더#パンダ#gấutrúc
Cute Baby Panda cub loves sleep, yawns and wakes up.The giant panda was born in the Toronto Zoo in 2015. 🐼Giant panda’s black and white coat and prominent black eye patches have made it one of the best known species, although it is among the shyest and rarest animals in the world.The life span of giant pandas in the wild is approximately 20 years. Captive pandas may live to be 25-30 years old.The eyespots of a giant panda cub are initially in the shape of a circle. As the cub grows, the circles become shaped like a teardrop.Giant pandas are on the brink of extinction, with just over 1,000 pandas left in the world. Scientists are hoping to increase the wild panda population to 5,000 by 2025.Read more here: http://bit.ly/1zAbZaS#cute #baby #panda #love #animals
Respect to these two disabled guys, planted a forest with thousands of trees. A good example for the power of will! If you really want to reach a goal or dream, it’s not always a matter of money. Think about true and positive values like time, continuous thinking, planning and acting. It is no problem if you are disabled, a blind man or a man with no arms. Believe in yourself and nature, you will find always ways and possibilities.
Don't Burn, Build! Rice Straw Houses and Buildings.Rice Straw Power stands for clean, renewable energy and resources of rice straw. The first facilities will produce heating and building materials from rice straw. Side products are rice foods, fuel and feed pellets.Rice Straw Power is a climate safeguard, reduces negative climate change and solves many other world problems at once. It prevents the air pollution caused by rice straw open field burning and reduces the methane contamination by rotting rice straw. The #Rice #Straw Power team want also solve hunger and housing problems in the world, especially in the poor regions like in #Asia, #India and #Africa. #ricestraw #sustainable #renewables #ricestrawenergy #ricestrawhouseIn large scale the Rice Straw Power projects will not only resolve the problem of air pollution due to smoke emerged from the burning rice straw, but will also provide a source of income to many poor families.Visit our pages for more information: http://www.ricestrawpower.comInfo about Hans Lothar Köhl email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are great opportunities and possibilities for greening deserts. Here is one good idea, start growing bamboo groves, parks and whole woods! #sustainable #greening #forestation #reforestation #desertification Check more here: https://www.facebook.com/DesertBamboohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drip_irrigationhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaffolding
#HelloChina – PandaMeet China's national treasure, the Giant Panda, one of the oldest remaining animals on earth!Do they like eating bamboo? Yes! They live on it. Do they like hot weather? No, and they also hate the cold! Panda’s existence can be traced back three million years, while the others from the same period have all gone extinct. Chinese people called the panda "Xiong mao", literally meaning "bear cat", as it is strong as a bear, and has the cute face of a cat.In recent years, pandas have visited many countries as China's goodwill ambassadors. More foreigners are also taking a liking to pandas because, well, they are just so irresistibly cute! Some call it the cutest animal on earth. Do you agree?
Turning sand into business – Desert Rice Most of China’s rice, the country’s staple food, comes from the middle-lower Yangtze Plain. But now, the plain farmlands have a competitor – desert soil. Though it might sound impossible to many, Teng Fei is making that happen already. The idea germinated after Teng read about paddy plantation in the desert in an online forum. He then started a trial program in Horgin’s sandy terrain in Inner Mongolia. Along with four business partners, the entrepreneur then founded New China Agriculture Corporation in 2014. Their brand is now called Shami. Though they registered the brand in 2014, Teng and his partners have been experimenting for a while. In 2013, they tried crop rotation technique to test soil feasibility. And upon positive productivity, their cultivation area has expanded from 3.3 hectares to 333 hectares now – every hectare of the desert land produces 200 to 250 kilograms of rice. “Through the technology of crop rotation, we are trying to turn deserts into organic farmlands,” Teng said.
A small organisation in Cairo has been turning agricultural waste into paper. The move is to help avoid the environmental hazards that result from the burning of rice straw, which experts estimate produces around 80,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
God lets everything happen for a reason. It’s all a learning process, and you have to go from one level to another. – Mike Tyson
Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee – Muhammed Ali
This famous boxing quote elegantly describes the interplay of soft and hard within the sport. If we use the terminology of Chinese martial arts, boxing can be thought of as a hard style and Wing Chun as a hard-soft style. The difference lies in how they use tension. Hard styles use muscular power and they hit like an iron bar: solid and unyielding, knocking the target back. Soft styles avoid unnecessary tension and strike like a whip: soft yet penetrating beyond the surface of the impact. Hard-soft styles are something of a compromise and can be thought of as striking like an iron flail: the chain is soft but the head impacts hard upon the target before becoming, once again, simply part of a soft chain.
Here is a song from Kung Fu Panda played on Cello and Erhu 🙂 My version of "Oogway Ascends" has an added super-Chinese ending! It was lots of fun getting in touch with my heritage for this video. Thank you so much for watching and listening!Support my videos: https://www.patreon.com/TinaGuoiTunes: http://apple.co/1BRzCwlPhysical Albums: http://tinaguo.ecrater.comwww.TinaGuo.comwww.facebook.com/TinaGuoMusicSong Arranger, Video Director, Producer: Tina GuoCellos and Erhus: Tina GuoAll Other Instrument Programming: Tina GuoDirector of Photography: Joel MoodyVideo Editor: Tina GuoVideo Grading: Joel MoodyMaster of Light (Grip): Lu-Yan Guo (Thanks Dad!)Headpiece: Miss G DesignsStyling/Makeup/Hair: Tina GuoFilmed in Poway, California
I love Chinese Music, Kung Fu and Pandas! Reminds me of the good old days 🙂 I listen to a lot of alternative types of music: I listen to a lot of Chinese music, I listen to a lot of Asian music. It might surprise you, but I listen to a lot of Arabic music. And I don’t care – music is music. -Timbaland