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Table of contents of 中國書畫全書 (2009; 20 volume-set)
The multi-volume set 中國書畫全書 published by 上海書畫出版社 in 2009 contains major pre-modern writings on Chinese calligraphy and painting. The complete list of writings contained there is present only in volume 1 of the set. Louis Chor transcribed the entire list (the table of contents) as this Web page....
This advertisement for vaccin.se, a Swedish website operated by the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline AB was in the window of a metro train car in Sweden. It alerts riders to the dangers of tick-borne encephalitis and advertises a vaccination against the disease. Tick-borne diseases are...
These three kinds of white potatoes where available at the K Supermarket in Rovaniemi in the summer of 2018. All three were grown in Finland (Suomi). Washed Pirkka Siilki-peruna potatoes were 1.49 Euros/kg. Festive potatoes (Pirkka Juhlaperuna) cost 1.59/kg. Pirkka puikula cost 1.55 Euros/kg.
These nursery rhymes have been translated into Uummarmiutun and adapted to the biology of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in Canada's northwestern Arctic.Download
This book contains Uummarmiutun versions of three common nursery rhymes (Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy-Bitsy Spider, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star). The rhymes have been translated and adapted. For example, because an Inuit child is more likely to have a dog than a lamb, the rhyme has been...
我愛雪梨 — 中外譯名雜碎 Wo ai Xueli: Zhong wai yi ming za sui (I love "Pear" [i.e., Sydney]: on transliterating proper names)Download
This Chinese essay was published in 1990 in the commemorative publication to mark the 10th anniversary of the Four Seas Chinese Radio (CKER AM 1480) in Edmonton. It discusses the transliteration of non-Chinese personal and geographical names into Chinese forms. Recently in October 2016, there...
A member of the gooseberry family, skunkberries or skunk currants are found across nothern Canada. This edible berry has a strong odor and bristly. Skunkberries can be used to make jelly and were used as a traditional medicine by Indigenous people.
These vegetables were for sale in the city of Rovaniemi, Finland near the Arctic Circle in June 2018. Finnish grown onions cost 2.80 Euros/bunch, while Finnish grown honey turnips cost 4.00 Euros/bunch.
These strawberries were for sale at a table outside the K Supermarket in Rovaniemi, Finland in June 2018. The berries on the left are Finnish grown, while the smaller ones in the baskets on the right were grown in Sweden. The word "Ruosti" is an archaic word meaning "Swede". The Finnish...