This is complete list of works by Dutch historical mystery novelist Robert van Gulik. Judge Dee mysteries in order written and publishedCelebrated Cases of Judge Dee, translation of the Chinese Dee Goong An The Chinese Maze Murders The Chinese Bell Murders The Chinese Lake Murders The Chinese Gold Murders The Chinese Nail Murders New Year's Eve in Lan-Fang The Haunted Monastery The Red Pavilion The Lacquer Screen The Emperor's Pearl De Nacht van de Tijger, written in Dutch, short story, as "The Night of the Tiger" included in The Monkey and the Tiger Vier vingers, written in Dutch as Boekenweekgeschenk. On the basis of this chronology, the works can be arranged in the following order: 663 – Judge Dee is a magistrate of Peng-lai, a district on the northeast coast of China; the Chinese Gold Murders "Five Auspicious Clouds", a short story in Judge Dee at Work "The Red Tape Murders", a short story in Judge Dee at Work "He Came with the Rain", a short story in Judge Dee at Work The Lacquer Screen 666 – Judge Dee is the magistrate of Han-yuan, a fictional district on a lakeshore near the capital of Chang-An.
The Chinese Lake Murders "The Morning of the Monkey", a short novel in The Monkey and the Tiger The Haunted Monastery "The Murder on the Lotus Pond", a short story in Judge Dee at Work 668 – Judge Dee is the magistrate of Poo-yang, a fictional wealthy district through which the Grand Canal of China runs. The Chinese Bell Murders "The Two Beggars", a short story in Judge Dee at Work "The Wrong Sword", a short story in Judge Dee at Work The Red Pavilion The Emperor's Pearl Poets and Murder Necklace and Calabash 670 – Judge Dee is the magistrate of Lan-fang, a fictional district at the western frontier of Tang China; the Chinese Maze Murders The Phantom of the Temple "The Coffins of the Emperor", a short story in Judge Dee at Work "Murder on New Year's Eve", a short story in Judge Dee at Work 676 – Judge Dee is the magistrate of Pei-chow, a fictional district in the far north of Tang China. The Chinese Nail Murders "The Night of the Tiger", a short novel in The Monkey and the Tiger 677 – Judge Dee is Lord Chief Justice in the imperial capital of Chang-An.
The Willow Pattern 681 – Judge Dee is Lord Chief Justice for all of China. Murder in CantonTwo books and Murder and Necklace and Calabash, were not listed in the chronology. A Blackfoot-English Vocabulary Based on Material from the Southern Peigans, with Christianus Cornelius Uhlenbeck; the Lore of the Chinese Lute: An Essay in Ch'in Ideology Hsi K'ang and His Poetical Essay on the Lute Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period Siddham: An Essay on the History of Sanskrit Studies in China and Japan Chinese Pictorial Art, as Viewed by the Connoisseur Sexual Life in Ancient China: A Preliminary Survey of Chinese Sex and Society from ca. 1500 B. C. Till 1644 A. D.. The Gibbon in China: An Essay in Chinese Animal Lore
Bungo Regency is a regency of Jambi Province in Sumatra, Indonesia. As at the 2010 Census, the Regency had a population of 303,135; the Regency covers an area of 4,659 km2. Bungo Regency is subdivided into seventeen districts, listed below with their populations at the 2010 Census.: Pelepat Pelepat Ilir Bathin II Babeko Rimbo Tengah Bungo Dani Pasar Muara Bungo Bathin III Rantau Pandan Muko-Muko Bathin VII Bathin III Ulu Tanah Sepenggal Tanah Sepenggal Lintas Tanah Tumbuh Limbur Lubuk Mengkuang Bathin II Pelayang Jujuhan Jujuhan Ilir Muara Bungo Airport with 1,350 meter runway has flight route to Jakarta and Bengkulu. Official website
Playing For Change is a multimedia music project, co-founded in 2002 by American music engineer/producer Mark Johnson and film producer/philanthropist Whitney Kroenke. Playing For Change created a separate non-profit organization called the Playing For Change Foundation, which builds music and art schools for children around the world. Playing For Change was founded in 2002 by Whitney Kroenke. Producers Johnson and Enzo Buono traveled around the world to places including New Orleans, South Africa, Nepal, the Middle East and Ireland. Using mobile recording equipment, the duo recorded local musicians performing the same song, interpreted in their own style. Among the artists participating or involved in the project are Vusi Mahlasela, Louis Mhlanga, Clarence Bekker, David Guido Pietroni, Tal Ben Ari, Keb' Mo', David Broza, Manu Chao, Grandpa Elliott, Keith Richards, Toots Hibbert from Toots & the Maytals, Taj Mahal and Stephen Marley; this resulted in the documentary A Cinematic Discovery of Street Musicians that won the Audience Award at the Woodstock Film Festival in September 2008.
Mark Johnson was walking in Santa Monica, when he heard the voice of Roger Ridley singing "Stand By Me". The founders of Playing For Change created the Playing For Change Foundation, a separate 5013 nonprofit organization. ● Has recorded more than 1,000 musicians from 50+ countries● Has worked with Bono, Keith Richards, Manu Chao, Toots Hibbert, Ziggy Marley, Keb' Mo', Baaba Maal, Tinariwen, Los Lobos, Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal, Jimmy Buffett, Sara Bareilles, Maroon 5, Robert Plant, John Densmore, Stephen Marley, Bill Kreutzmann, David Crosby, Chad Smith, Jason Mraz, Josh Groban, Jake Shimabukuro, Yo-Yo Ma, Citizen Cope, Bernie Williams, Trombone Shorty, Buddy Guy, The Doobie Brothers, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Tom Morello, Nattali Rize Billy Branch James Gadson, Pancho Amat, Warren Haynes and Cyril Neville, Rocky Dawuni, David Guido Pietroni, Jon Cleary, Donald Kinsey, Lee Oskar, Robbie Robertson and Dr. John, Ringo Starr; the Playing for Change Foundation is a non-profit organization 5013, supporting music schools, principally in developing countries.
Three music schools and a total of twelve music programs have been created since 2008: Imvula Music Program, South Africa Bizung School of Music & Dance, Ghana Udayapur Nepal Music Program, Udayapur District, Nepal Ecole de Musique de Kirina, Mali Tintale Village Mother's Society, Nepal Star School Music Program, Rwanda Mitrata Nepal Village Music Program, Kathmandu Nepal Musica Music Institute, Nepal Khlong Toey Music Program, Thailand Cajuru Music Program, Brazil Mirpur Music Program, Bangladesh Joudour Sahara Music Program, M'hamid El Ghizlane, Morocco Playing For Change Patagonia, Argentina Baja Musical Arts Intensive, Mexico PFC Diamante, Argentina Diamante, ArgentinaIn 2011, the Playing For Change Foundation established an annual Playing For Change Day. The goal of Playing For Change Day is to "unite a global community through the power of music to affect positive social change". In 2012, the PFC Day consisted of over 330 events across 52 countries and helped raise over $150,000 for the Playing For Change Foundation, in 2014, PFC Day saw over 400 events in 60 countries.
It is held on the Saturday nearest the United Nations' International Day of Peace, which takes place each year on Sept. 21. In 2015, Playing for Change Day was celebrated on September 19; the sixth-annual Playing for Change Day was on September 24, 2016. In 2013, the Foundation introduced the Stand by Me Scholarship program, allowing people to sponsor a child to learn music for an entire year. Scholarships are given to children who could not participate otherwise. Donors can either make a one-time gift to set up monthly contributions. Official website Robbie Robertson and Ringo Starr, featured. "The Weight". Playing for Change, Song Around The World. Retrieved January 6, 2020 – via YouTube. 4,036,204 views
The Triple Crown is a term in European professional club basketball that refers to a club winning their country's top-tier level national domestic league, primary national domestic cup, the top-tier level European-wide continental competition in the same season. It is the highest accomplishment. Only 12 European basketball clubs have achieved the Triple Crown, on 22 different occasions. In the 2000–01 season, there were two first-tier level European-wide champions: Maccabi Elite, that won FIBA's SuproLeague and Kinder Bologna, that won Euroleague Basketball Company's EuroLeague. Šarūnas Jasikevičius is the only player in the history of European basketball to have won the Triple Crown with his teams 4 times. The teams that won the Triple Crown in which Jasikevičius played are: FC Barcelona in 2002–03, Maccabi Elite in 2003–04 and 2004–05, Panathinaikos in 2008–09. In addition, five European basketball clubs have won their top-tier level national domestic league, their top-tier level national domestic cup, the 2nd-tier level European-wide competition in the same season – the so-called, "Small Triple Crown".
Seven clubs, on eight different occasions, have won their top-tier level national domestic league, their top-tier level national domestic cup, the 3rd-tier level European-wide competition, or the 4th-tier level FIBA EuroCup Challenge / FIBA Europe Cup, in the same season
The 1892–93 season was the tenth to be played by the team now known as Bristol Rovers, their ninth playing under the name Eastville Rovers. It was significant in that it was their first year competing in an organised league, when they became founder members of the Bristol & District League. Rovers finished in sixth place in the league, they had to a slow start to their campaign, but finished winning their last four games. There was some confusion surrounding the game against St George on 22 October, which although arranged as a league match it was played as a friendly as no referee had been appointed. ^ Eastville Rovers were nominally the home team, but the match was played at Mangotsfield^ Game stopped after 78 minutes due to poor light^ Wells only fielded ten players ^ The game against St George on 22 October was scheduled to be a league match, but was played as a friendly when it was discovered that no referee had been appointed.^ Swindon Athletic began the game with eight players, but were brought up to full strength when three substitutes were found.
Friendly matches are not included in this section. The total cumulative record of Eastville Rovers up to the end of the 1892–93 season is shown below; this is calculated by adding the numbers in the section above to the total games played up to the end of the previous season. Friendly matches are not included in this table, games held at neutral venues are considered to have been played away from home. Byrne, Stephen. Bristol Rovers Football Club: The Definitive History 1883–2003. Stroud: Tempus. ISBN 0-7524-2717-2. Robinson, Michael, ed.. Non-League Football Tables 1889–2006. Cleethorpes: Soccer Books. ISBN 978-1862231443