Taste of Asia 13 films to watch online

Taste of Asia will open for you the amazing cuisine of such countries as Indonesia, Korea, southern China, India, Malaysia, Nepal, etc. The rich culinary culture of these countries are closely intertwined with religion and history. You will be acquainted with the well-known restaurants, markets and naikrupneyshimi locals.

Taste of Asia — Episode 1 — Indonesia

Taste of Asia — Episode 2 — Korea

Taste of Asia — Episode 3 — South China

Taste of Asia — Episode 4 — Uzbekistan

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Drought in China recognized the strong half-century

China is experiencing a severe drought in the past 50 years. There dry ponds and paddy fields, there is a risk disruptions the world's largest hydroelectric power station "Three Gorges" on the Yangtze River. On Wednesday, May 25, according to Agence France-Presse.

The cause of drought is extremely low precipitation in January and April 2011 in the Yangtze River basin. Rainfall on the longest and economically important river in China this year by an average of 40% below normal in the past 50 years.

Earlier suggestions that could contribute to the abnormal drought and power station "Three

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Blood chilling scenario of «the end of the world familiar to us»

Senator Tom Coburn, in his book "The debt bomb" scenario presented a cooling blood "end of the world familiar to us." CIA should have taken it into account. Perhaps they have already done.We give here some excerpts from this book.

Coburn fictional "end of the world" begins August 4, 2014 in Tokyo, where the leadership of a large mutual fund holds a meeting with representatives of dozens of private funds and officials of foreign governments. Mutual fund — a major buyer of U.S. Treasury bills, which are funded by sales of U.S. debt costs.

Representatives of the Japanese mutual fund,

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The number of victims of avian influenza H7N9 in China exceeded 20 people

22.04.2013

The number of victims of avian influenza H7N9, was first detected in humans in late March, China has increased to 21 — died on another resident of Shanghai, said on Monday the State Board of Health and Planning birth of the PRC.

Previously reported 20 victims of the virus H7N9, of which 11 people died in Shanghai, five — in Zhejiang Province, three people — in Jiangsu Province and another one — in the province of Anhui.

As the State Committee said on Monday that two new cases of human infection with the virus —

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Two-thirds of Chinese cities face water shortages

Two-thirds of Chinese cities lack water, said Sunday in Beijing, China's Minister of Water Resources Chen Lei.

According to the head of department, annual water shortage in China reached 40 billion cubic meters. Per capita in China is about 2220 cubic meters of renewable fresh water per year, which is only a quarter of the world average. According to authorities, about 400 out of 663 cities in China suffer from water scarcity. More than a hundred urban facilities are severely short of water, the minister said.

According to the research of two scientists from Niderldandov, climate change will affect mountain

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Desertification in China have put about half of the country

According to the latest results of the monitoring of soil in China, found that almost half of the land in the country was subjected to desertification and opeschanivaniyu, in some areas, the situation in recent years has deteriorated. Deputy Head of the State Forestry Administration Zhu Leke January 4 reported that they spent a quarter-scale research and obtained data on the extent of desertification and land opeschanivaniya from the beginning of 2005 to the end of 2009.

According to the results of monitoring, desertification underwent 2,623,700 square meters. miles of land, and opeschanivaniyu 1,731,100 square meters. km of land, which

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China announced that it would establish a tax on CO2 emissions

Chinese Ministry of Finance issued a statement on plans to reform the taxation in the environmental field and, in particular, a tax on greenhouse gas emissions, according to specialized media.

In a statement, head of tax policy Jia Chen writes that the government plans to replace the fee for emissions on environmental taxes, including, in particular, there will be a tax on emissions of CO2. According to Xinhua News Agency, it is assumed that these taxes will be collected by local authorities. In addition, China is considering the introduction of taxes on energy-intensive goods and manufacturing, as well as on

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Rivers of the world continue to lose your water supply

Four of the world's major rivers, including the huge South Asian river basin of the Murray-Darling, retain the status of low-displacement as a result of careless use of its resources and climate change. According to a study at the Australian National University, the same situation in the basin of the Colorado River in the United States, the Orange River in South Africa, the Yellow River in China.

Each of these pools have long been a sharp decline in external impact of water, mainly due to the growth of human requests for fresh water. But the situation has become so

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A selection of titles for the current month (or more precisely from July 30 to August 30 of this year).

JULY 30: Flooding in Poland because of the rains hundreds of homes flooded, roads closed

JULY 31: Japan has canceled more than 100 flights In the Odessa

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Shambhala in China?

January 18, 2012 14:10

We are almost ready to reject the assumption of the existence of the real geographical Shambhala, agreeing that it was primarily a "palace of wisdom within us", a special type of perception of mystical knowledge, for readability, located outside the limits of our consciousness and "placed" somewhere in the Lost Hills.

Always difficult to believe that the greatest mystery, the most ambitious and surprising revelations of esoteric knowledge within us, in a non-realized, "minimized" form. But — a push, a sudden stimulus, and we've already hit our consciousness terrific insights and are not able to believe

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