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  • (Send Flowers) Send Flowers is the debut album release from Black Lungs, the side project of Alexisonfire guitarist and backing vocalist Wade MacNeil. MacNeil's sound has been described as "the soundtrack for punk rockers, hip hoppers, pill poppers, young ladies and show stoppers."
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  • Hong Kong is a live album by Jean Michel Jarre, and released in 1994 on Disques Dreyfus, licensed to Polydor.
  • formerly a Crown Colony on the coast of southern China in Guangdong province; leased by China to Britain in 1842 and returned in 1997; one of the world's leading commercial centers
  • A special administrative region on the southeastern coast of China, a former British dependency; pop. 6,850,000. The area comprises Hong Kong Island, ceded by China in 1841; the Kowloon peninsula, ceded in 1860; and the New Territories, additional areas of the mainland that were leased for 99 years in 1898. All were returned to China in 1997. Hong Kong has become one of the world's major financial and manufacturing centers
  • British Hong Kong refers to Hong Kong under British rule from 1841 to 1997.

Hibiscus tiliaceus + Crocodylus niloticus - in situ St. Lucia, SA 16 Sept 2008 Job
Hibiscus tiliaceus + Crocodylus niloticus - in situ St. Lucia, SA 16 Sept 2008 Job
Hibiscus tiliaceus syn. Talipariti tiliaceum (since 2001, not everyone accepts this (I think I won't)), Hibiscus tiliaceus subsp. tiliaceus, H. tiliaceus var. typicus, H. tortuosus, H. tiliaceus var. tortuosus English: Lime-leaved Hibiscus, Linden Hibiscus, Beach Hibiscus, Mahoe, Lagoon Hibiscus, Wild Cotton Tree (South Africa), Coast Hibiscus (Swaziland), Coast Cotton Tree (India), Yellow Mallow Tree (India), Sea Rosemallow (USA), Hawaiian Tree Hibiscus (USA, nursery name), Tree Hibiscus (Hawaii), Hau Tree (Hawaii), Majagua (Jamaica), Seaside Mahaut (Jamaica), Seaside Mahoe (Caribbean), Balibago (Philippines, timber name), Purau (Pacific, timber name), Cuban Bast (Americas, timber name), Coast Cottonwood (Pacific, timber name), Bladder Ketmia (probably antiquated). See also West Indian English Creole. ---Australian English: Cottontree, Sea Hibiscus, Cotton Tree, Coast Hibiscus, Beach Hibiscus, Native Hibiscus, Native Rosella, Green Cottonwood, Coast Cottonwood, Kurrajong, Norfolk Hibiscus Afrikaans: Wildekatoenboom Aiwoo: Fakasu Antillean French Creole (all names recorded from Guadeloupe or Martinique): Bwa Flo, Bwa Lyej, Maho, Maho Dous, Maho Fran, Maho Gonbo, Maho Mang Australian Aborigine Languages (sorry, bit vague): Yal, Malwan, Mapandhurr, Tewalpin, Tawalpin (Moreton Bay) Balinese: Waru Bidyogo: Epainta Bikol: Malubago, Majagua, Mayambago Bisayan: Ragindi, Balibago Bontoc: Bago Buginese: Waru Burmese: ???????, pronounced 'thin ban' Cebuano: Majagua, Mayambago Chamorro: Pago Chinese: ??, pronounced 'huang jin', written ?? in Taiwan. Chuuk: Kilife Dutch: Waroeboom, Wahoe Estonian: Parnhibisk (See subsp. 'elatus') Fijian: Vau, Vau Ndina, Vauleka, Vaundra, Vau Ndamu (purple-leafed variety), Vau Ndamundamu (purple-leafed variety), Vehi? Filipino: Malabago French: Bois de Liege, Bois de rose, Bois-flot, Purao (French Polynesia), Bourao (New Caledonia) Futunan: Fau German: Lindenblattriger Eibisch, Linden-Roseneibisch*, Mahaut* (*English language sources) Giangan: Laogo? Haitian French Creole: Maho Fran, Coton Mahaut, Grand Mahaut Hawaiian: Hau, Hau Ka‘eka‘e Hiligaynon: Balabago, Malibago? Hindi: ????? pronounced 'chelwa', ? pronounced 'safed chilka', ? pronounced 'pola' or 'bola' Ibanag: Bauan, Marakapas Ilocano: Bago, Malabagu Indonesian: Waru Lengis, Waru; also see subsp. similis. Ivatan: Hanot Japanese: ?????? pronounced 'o--hamabo', ? pronounced 'yama-asa', ? pronounced 'yuna' Javan: Waru Kannada: ? pronounced 'bilipatta', ? pronounced 'samudra theeradatthi', ? pronounced 'kaark bendu' Kiribati/Gilbertese: Te Kiaiai, Te Rau Kosraean: Lo Kwara’ae: Fa'ola, Fa'alo Lao: ? pronounced 'hou sua', ? pronounced 'ta sua' Madurese: Baru Maguindanao: Mulabago Makassarese: Baru (written ???? in Lontara?) Malagasy: Aviavy, Varo (Madagascar), Malay: Pokok Bebaru Bulu, Baru-baru, Bebaru, Baru Laut (in Indonesian this name can refer to Thespesia populnea, 'laut' means 'sea' in both languages), Baru Baru (Singapore) Malayalam: ? pronounced 'nirparutti', ? pronounced 'parutti', ? pronounced 'talipparutti', ? pronounced 'nirparatthi', ? pronounced 'nirparatti', ? pronounced 'nirparuthi', ? pronounced 'paratti', ? pronounced 'pariti', ? pronounced 'paritti', ? pronounced 'paroottee', ? pronounced 'kattupoovarasu', Manding-Mandinka: Bafoodo Julo, Burfando Maori: Fou (New Zealand), 'au (Cook Islands) Marathi: ? pronounced 'bellipata', ? pronounced 'belpata', ? pronounced 'baelsing', ? pronounced 'bhotee', ? pronounced 'mothi potaare', ? pronounced 'varadhaa', ? pronounced 'varanga', ? pronounced 'belipata', ? pronounced 'kharikapusi' Mizo: Vai-za (old spelling; said to be H. macrophyllus, however the description makes it more probable that this species is actually meant) Molluccan Languages (diff. languages, which?): Haru, Halu, Faru, Fanu, Baru Dowongi (Ternate), Baru Dowongi (Tidore), Baru (Halmahera) Nalu: Nfarande (Guinea-Bissau), Unfarande (Guinea-Bissau) New Caledonian Languages: Vo (Paici language?), Vole (Paici language?) Niuean: Fou Oriya: Kurubuli Paluan: Ermall Papel: Begongabientche Papua New Guinean Languages: Banj (Gaiko­rovi, Sepik Province), Pow (Lomeoi, Manus Island), Valu (Hula, Central Province). Pohnpeian: Kalau Portuguese: Algodoeiro da praia, Algodoeiro-da-praia, Algodoeiro-da-india, Majagua, Aguaxima-do-mangue, Algodoeiro-da-india, Algodoeiro-da-praia, Baru, Embira, Embira-do-mangue, Guaxima-do-mangue, Ibaxama, Manhoco, Quiabo-do-mangue, Algodao-da-praia, Uacima-da-praia. Also see the Portuguese
Goddess of Mercy, Avalokiteshvara ????????
Goddess of Mercy, Avalokiteshvara  ????????
Avalokiteshvara Pak Tai Temple, Wan Chai, Hong Kong ??????? ???? Guan Yin is the bodhisattva of compassion and wisdom in Chinese Buddhism. She is highly revered. Her name means 'She Who Hears the Cries of the Whole World'. According to one belief, she was born as Princess Miao Shan to a childless king and queen. Upon expressing her wish to become a Buddhist nun to her father, he disowned her. Without her father's blessing, Miao Shan proceeded to become a nun in a Buddhist monastery. Her father had paid the nuns at the monastery to abuse Miao Shan severely so that she would leave and come back home. The nuns accepted the money and proceeded to treat Miao Shan terribly. They forced her to sleep on the floor and do all the chores around the monastery by herself. However, upon realizing her intense devotion to the Buddha's teachings, they relented and stopped abusing her. From then on, they treated her as a sister and friend. When her father realized that the nuns weren't abusing Guan Yin any more, he became absolutely furious and set the monastery on fire. Guan Yin put out the fire by pricking her the roof of her mouth with a long pin, which let out a stream of blood that proceeded to spray on the monastery, saving all the nuns inside. Her father was enraged upon seeing the miracle of Guan Yin and strangled her with a silken cord. As Guan Yin died, she took all of her father's sins on her, and proceeded to go to the hell realms. However, wherever she went in hell, demons fled and cool streams and beautiful flowers sprouted. Effectively, she was turning hell into a paradise by her very presence! This terrified the king of hell, Yama, who felt as if he was losing his kingdom. He sent Guan Yin back to earth, where she went to live on Mount Pu'to Shan in China. ?????(??:????????????,Avalokitesvara),??????????????,?????????????????????????,???????????????????,????????,?????????????,????????????????????? ???????????????????,??????????????????????,??????,????????,?????????????????????????,????????????????,?????????,??????????????????????,????????????,????????????,????????,??????,??????????????,?????????????,???????,?????????? Please view in Light box

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