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(This video contains some Chiglish and Chinese dialects.) Some teens in China made a REALLY CREATIVE video after the graduation from Kaifeng Senior High School (ps. The official name is Kaifeng Senior Middle School, 开封高中 in Chinese) in 2012. They added some impressive and funny things during the three-year school life. Though there may exist some faults in this video, in order to make it cooler, two of them spent a whole week on postproduction. I hope you guys can enjoy it and have fun! BTW, I am one of the actors and producers of this video.
24th October 2016-27th October 2016 Trip to Henan Province, China! Day 1: Yuntai Mountain Day 2: Luoyang Eastern Zhou Royal Horse and Chariot Pits Museum Longmen Grottoes, Luoyang Day 3: Shaolin Temple Kung Fu School Kaifeng Millennium City Park Day 4: Kaifeng Mosque Enjoy watching my first travelog and kindly leave your comment for more improvement in my next videos! show your support by leave a thumbs up! be happy and stay tuned! :)
Our Lady of Kaifeng is a novel by Aya Katz that will be serialized in two parts, with Part One appearing in 2012 and Part Two in 2013. Set in China during WWII, part one tells about the teachers of the Precious Blossoms Catholic Girls' School in Kaifeng. Order the book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Our-Lady-Kaifeng-Part-One/dp/1618790056/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1347732979&sr=1-4 The music for this trailer is called "Idol Eyes" and is performed by the Paul Biese trio. It is in the public domain and can be downloaded free of charge here: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Paul_Biese_Trio/Antique_Phonograph_Music_Program_042010/Paul_Biese_Trio_-_Idol_Eyes
Our Lady of Kaifeng is a novel by Aya Katz that will be serialized in two parts, with Part One appearing in 2012 and Part Two in 2013. Set in China during WWII, part one tells about the teachers of the Precious Blossoms Catholic Girls' School in Kaifeng. Order it here: http://www.amazon.com/Our-Lady-Kaifeng-Part-One/dp/1618790056/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1347732979&sr=1-4 The music for this trailer is called "Idol Eyes" and is performed by the Paul Biese trio. It is in the public domain and can be downloaded free of charge here: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Paul_Biese_Trio/Antique_Phonograph_Music_Program_042010/Paul_Biese_Trio_-_Idol_Eyes
In recent decades, a vast resurgence of a large variety of religious, ethnic and cultural identities has been sweeping China. The wave of interest in old traditions has had a major effect on the descendants of the ancient Jewish community of Kaifeng. With no synagogue or rabbi since the mid-19th century, until very recently the Jews of Kaifeng had almost completely assimilated into the Chinese world around them. In recent years, some members of the community have begun to examine and explore their Jewish roots. Interest in the faith of their ancestors and increasing contact with Jews from Israel and elsewhere has even led some of the community members towards conversion to Judaism. This talk by scholar Gideon Elazar is based on a visit with the community in Kaifeng under the auspices of th...
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https://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?IndexArea=company_en&SearchText=Kaifeng+Red+Maple+Leaf+Biotechnology+Co.%2C+Ltd. Kaifeng Red Maple Leaf Biotechnology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2004. Our company is located in Kaifeng, Henan, China, covering an area of 26 thousand square meters with 287 employees. Being in the leading position in the industry, we have 5 modern advanced production lines, including 3 production lines of soft capsules and 2 production lines of tablets. Our company is a modernized high-tech enterprise dedicated to biological technology research, development, manufacture and marketing. We have achieved HACCP, ISO18000, ISO14000, and GMP certificates, and gained Health Product Manufacturing License of Enterprise and Food Hygiene License of Enterprise. Red Maple Leaf Biotechno...
Iron Pagoda 开封铁塔 The Iron Pagoda of Kaifeng, China, built in 1049 during the Song dynasty, with articulated dougong and wind bells under the eaves Iron Pagoda is located in Henan Iron Pagoda Geographic coordinates 34°49′00″N 114°21′54″ECoordinates: 34°49′00″N 114°21′54″E Affiliation Buddhism Country Kaifeng City, Henan province The Iron Pagoda (Chinese: 鐵塔) of Youguo Temple (佑國寺), Kaifeng City, Henan province, is a Buddhist Chinese pagoda built in 1049 during the Song dynasty (960–1279) of China. The pagoda is so-named not because it is made of iron, but because its color resembles that of iron. It is a brick pagoda tower built on the location of a previous wooden one that had been burnt down by lightning fire in 1044. Along with the Liuhe, Lingxiao, Liaodi, Pizhi, and Beisi pagodas, it ...
Hello everyone! A video of my recent trip to China! Only includes the first two cities I visited. Luckily I met some great friends along the way to show me the beauty of both cities!I will be uploading the 2nd part of the trip shortly! Thank you for watching! Love, Sabi Leon Music: All the Way - Time Flies Can't Stop the Feeling - Justin Timberlake
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Namrk4 ThY/LAB website: http://lab.thinkyoung.eu/ This film deals with the youngest generation of the Kaifeng Jews, a small Jewish community in Kaifeng, a Henan province of China. Here the inhabitants have assimilated Chinese society through the centuries, while preserving some Jewish traditions and customs. Michelle is a young member of this community, she was sent away from her home in Kaifang at the age of 10 and began traveling around the Country undertaking humble jobs. She eventually shipwrecked in Beijing, where she remains and still hopes for her only dream to come true: going to Israel to keep studying Hebrew. The Film premiered at the 2008 Vienna Biennale of contemporary art. ThinkYoung website: http://thinkyoung.eu/
Congregation Darchei Noam sponsors Shi Lei of the historic Jewish community of Kaifeng, China on his speaking tour of North America. Cut off from the Jewish world for hundreds of years until it was discovered by a Jesuit priest in 1605 CE, the Kaifeng community remained intact until the 19th century when it disappeared from the Jewish map. Today, this ancient Jewish community is undergoing a remarkable resurgence. Shi Lei is a descendant of one of the original Jewish families, believed to have settled in Kaifeng between 960 and 1127 CE. In this video, Doris Epstein from MENSCHlife interviews Shi Lei at Darchei Noam Synagogue in Toronto. More information: http://www.kulanu.org/china/ Book your Jewish Chinese tour: http://www.jewishchinatours.com/ Episodes of MENSCHlife: http://m...