Penang Chinese Girls' Private High School is a private high school in Penang, Malaysia. It is one of the Chinese independent high schools in Malaysia, it offers a 6-year course that allow students to take either an internationally recognised examination, the UEC, or the Malaysian government exam, PMR and SPM. Hokkien immigrants from China built Penang Fukian Girls' High School in 1919. In 1920, there were 52 students. After several changes of location due to the increase of students, the school was forced to a temporal hiatus in 1941 because of the Second World War, it resumed teaching in 1945. It was named Penang Chinese Girls' High School in 1951. In 1962, Penang Chinese Girls' High School accepted the change of systems to publicly funded; the Chinese-based private school was kept under a different name, thus Penang Chinese Girls' Private High School
Eurobodalla National Park is a non-contiguous national park in New South Wales, Australia, 268 km southwest of Sydney spanning from Moruya Heads to Tilba Tilba Lake, 12 km south of Narooma. The park forms part of the Ulladulla to Merimbula Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because of its importance for swift parrots. Many migratory birds use the coastal and freshwater habitats of Eurobodalla National Park including the Far Eastern curlew, Eurasian whimbrel, greenshank and bar-tailed godwit. Endangered species in the park include the long-nosed potoroo, white-footed dunnart, little tern and hooded plover. Significant sites within the park are: Wreck of the SS Monaro Pilot station, South Head Moruya Toragy Point cemetery Wreck of the Kameruka Protected areas of New South Wales NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service web page
TAMI is an American soul/pop/blues singer known for the international hit song "The Sugar Shack". On June 3, 2017 TAMI appeared in Billboard Magazine as the #1 Breakout Artist of the Week, she charted in the United States for 12 weeks on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart in 2017, peaking at number 11 In July. "The Sugar Shack" peaked at number 8 in the UK's Music Week, on its Commercial Pop Club Chart, in September 2017. Tami has spent a large portion of her life in Thailand where the video for The Cure was filmed at Khao Yai National Park, an hour and a half outside of Bangkok. Recording Artist TAMI, Tami Lou Spruill, grew up in United States. Tami moved to Tennessee where she was a Sony Recording Artist, she worked as a demo singer. While doing demos, she met country music songwriter-producer Bobby Braddock. Braddock went on to produce Tami's 2017 debut album "Velvet & Steel." The album included the singles "The Sugar Shack", "The Cure", written by Chris Stapleton, who added background vocals.
In 2011 TAMI headlined at The Jazz Club in Tianjin, China. In 2015 TAMI performed in Thailand. In 2017 TAMI released the hit song The Sugar Shack. Billboard used TAMI's song Maybe Someday in an video about the Trans community. In September 2017 Tami appeared on the U. S. TV show Extra teasing the retro Disco song The Sugar Shack from her upcoming album Velvet and Steel. In September 2019, Tami made her NYC debut at the Bowery Electric. "The Sugar Shack" was written by James House and Beth Hart and produced by Bobby Braddock at Sony Tree Studios Nashville in May 2015. "Velvet & Steel" album produced by Bobby Braddock. Http://tamimusic.com/
The Tour That Didn't Tour Tour... Now On Tour was a comedy tour by British stand-up comedian Peter Kay. Announced in November 2009, Kay said he would be playing four dates at Manchester Arena, extended to 20 nights in April and May 2010, with a tour entitled The Tour That Doesn't Tour Tour; the reason Kay was restricting the tour to Manchester was. During an interview with Jonathan Ross, Kay announced that due to high demand for tickets, he would extend and rename it to The Tour That Doesn't Tour Tour... Now On Tour, taking place in November 2010 and April 2011; the tour visited Manchester, Dublin, Cardiff, Sheffield, Birmingham and Liverpool before returning to Manchester. Singer Rick Astley appeared in all April and May 2010 dates of the tour, performing various hits including his own. All shows sold out with over 750,000 tickets sold. On 4 November 2010, extra shows were announced for London and Birmingham, it was announced on 12 November that a sixth show was to be added to the O2 in Dublin, with all proceeds going to the Irish Autism Action.
Extra shows were added for Belfast, Nottingham and London on 24 November. Longest individual run at the Manchester Arena performing 20 nights. First stand-up comedian to play 15 sold out nights at The O2, London; the only British artist to play 20 consecutive nights at an arena. Over one million tickets sold in arenas across the UK and Ireland, making it the biggest stand-up comedy tour in the world. Manchester – Manchester Arena – 40 Shows – Most consecutive nights at venue with 20. London – O2 Arena – 15 Shows – Most show by a comedian at venue. Dublin – O2 – 6 Shows – Most show by a comedian, most consecutive show by a single artist at venue. Belfast – Odyssey Arena – 8 shows Cardiff – International Arena – 5 Shows Liverpool – Echo Arena – 5 Shows Glasgow – SECC – 5 Shows Newcastle – Metro Radio Arena – 8 Shows Nottingham – Trent FM Arena – 3 Shows Birmingham – LG Arena/NIA – 10 Shows, 5 in LG Arena & 5 in NIA Sheffield – Motorpoint Arena – 8 Shows Official Website Ticketmaster UK Ticketmaster Ireland
Giovanni Giacomo Barbelli was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active in Lombardy. He was a canvas and fresco painter known for his religious and mythological scenes that decorate many churches and residences in Lombardy, he was a skilled draughtsman and a brilliant colorist. His work shows a thorough knowledge of perspective, he was born near Crema. In the young age he learned the art of painting in Naples. Having returned to his homeland soon, he began to work in his own city passing to other Lombard centers, where, by alternately treating the technique of oil painting and fresco, he demonstrated skill in drawing and brilliant color, he painted vaults and walls of stately rooms with a high spirit of inventive imagination and perspective knowledge. He is mentioned as a mentor of Evaristo Baschenis. Among his works are a Nativity altarpiece for the sanctuary of Nostra Signora della Brughiera in Bulliana in the province of Biella, he painted two altarpieces, a Crucifixion and a Circumcision for the Sanctuary della Madonna del Pianto in Ono Degno, near Pertica Bassa.
He painted history scenes into quadratura by Domenico Ghislandi for the Palazzo Terzi as well as for the Palazzo Moroni in Bergamo. Barbello frescoed Glory of the Magdalen and scenes from her life in the presbytery and apse for the church of Santa Maria Maddalena, Cremona, he died on 2 July 1656 in Calcinato when he was accidentally hit by an arquebus shot during a festival. One of his pupils was Giovanni Battista Botticchio. Among his early works are frescoes depicting Episodes of life of St George, in the church of Casaletto Vaprio, frescoes depicting Fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary, in the oratory of San Rocco in Montodine. Barbelli painted an altarpiece depicting Saints Roch and Sebastian for the parish church of Madignano, near Crema. Around 1635-38, he painted two important fresco cycles in the churches of Santa Maria delle Grazie and San Giovanni Decollato of Crema. In 1636 he executed a lively self-portrait in the act of playing the guitar with an elegant gentleman's dress. A decade he painted the altarpiece with Virgin in Glory and Saints for the church of San Lazzaro in Bergamo.
He painted in 1646 an altarpiece of the Virgin in Glory with the Saints Joseph and Lazarus for the Church of Saint Lazarus in Bergamo. In the years 1647-49 Barbelli made the vast fresco decorations in the vaults of the staircase and some rooms in the palace of the Counts Moroni in Bergamo, together with Giovanni Battista Azzola, his first student. In Bergamo and in the Bergamasco he carried out his major activity, painting figures for churches of considerable size. For San Rocco, he executed an altarpiece depicting Saints Fermo and Antony for the Angelini chapel in Sant'Agostino, Two Stories of Miracles of San Nicola, now displayed to the parish church of Sant'Andrea after the suppression of the Augustinian church, he painted an altarpiece depicting the Holy Trinity for the church of Gandino. The Pinacoteca Tadini in Lovere displays two of his works: a Dead Christ between the Madonna and Mary Magdalene and a St Michael. Altarpieces are found in Santi Faustino e Giovita, Brescia and in the parishes of Quintano and Santa Maria Assunta, Ombriano.
Before he completed the large decorative works of the Palazzo Terzi and Palazzo Moroni in Bergamo and the rooms of the castle of Cavemago, Barbelli had demonstrated excellent knowledge of perspective in painting rooms of Crema and Cremasco buildings, sucha as in: villa Tensini, Santa Maria della Croce, Premoli palace in Crema, villa Vimercati Sanseverino in Vaiano Cremasco. Media related to Giovanni Giacomo Barbelli at Wikimedia Commons