World Trade Center Seoul is a building complex centered on the COEX Convention & Exhibition Center on Teheranno in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu district of Seoul. It is operated by KITA. COEX Convention & Exhibition Center Trade Tower COEX Mall - underground shopping center COEX Aquarium ASEM Tower Korea City Air Terminal Hyundai Department Store The interior of the penthouse of the Oakwood Premier COEX Center was used as a filming location for the Paris home, in the first three episode, of male lead, Han Ki-joo played by Park Shin-yang, in Seoul Broadcasting System's drama Lovers in Paris. Blonde, The Musical: 16 November 2012 to 17 March 2013, CoexArtium, starring Jung Eun-ji of A Pink; the 836-meter section of sidewalk along Yeongdong Boulevard from exit No.5 of Samseong Station on Seoul Subway Line 2, outside Convention & Exhibition Center and ASEM Tower is designated as a smoke-free zone by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. COEX - Official Website Official website of the Oakwood Premier Kmall24 - Online store operated by KITA
Just Love II is a TVB modern drama series, airred as of May 2009, starring Jessica Hsuan, Sunny Chan, Natalie Tong. It is a sequel to 2005's Just Love. Shrewish husband V. S. Shrewd wife A bond between justice and affection Career-minded court judge Ko Hei Man, receives full support from her husband Kot Kwok Kwong so that she is able to concentrate on her work; the couple have a son named Ah B. At court, Man believes everyone is equal before the law and she tackles every challenge confidently. At home, Man never bothers with the household duties; when Ho Sau Sau meets Man, they become friends. Along the way, Man meets Ho Shi Fu, a greedy but well-meaning man. Fu had gotten sued a multiple number of times. Unknown to Fu, Sau is his daughter that he kicked out of his house when she was a just a child, along with her mother; when Fu realizes this, he tries to earn her forgiveness. However, a DNA test reveals that Sau and Man were switched when they were babies and that Fu is the father of Man. At first, Man is unable to accept Fu as her father, refusing to believe that she is related to such a horrible man.
Fu, wanting Man to accept him, makes some changes to his lifestyle to become a better person. He helps her when she needs it. Seeing that he has changed for the better, Man calls him "dad." The father and daughter catch the eye of newspapers and journalists, leading to many court trials, misunderstandings, as well as the stress of being followed by photographers everywhere. This leads Fu to think of himself as a burden to Man. While this happens, Sau sees how happy Man's life begins to become jealous. Due to her slight mental problems, Sau starts to think that Man is out to get her and she begins to plot to take away everything which she thinks is rightfully hers; when Kwong contracts a brain tumor, Sau convinces him not to tell Man until he's sure if its fatal or not. When Man leaves for mainland China to search for Fu, Kwong takes this opportunity to get his brain tumor checked, all the while hiding it from his wife. Sau begins copying Man: wearing a wig, taking her clothes, borrowing her perfume and lipstick, addresses herself as Kwong's wife.
When Man gets back, she starts to become concerned over Sau's sudden obsessive desire to be like her. They try to bring in a mental specialist, but all this does is give Sau a mental breakdown and she storms away in rage. After bringing her back home, Kot Tak Wan, Kwong's relative, manages to cheer her up and bring back her self-confidence. Kwong's brain tumor report comes out and he is given the choice of removing it. However, there is a chance. Due to this, Kwong refuses to do the operation, scared he might forget Man and Ah B. Due to the side-effects of the brain tumor, Kwong faints as well as forgets simple things like when he had breakfast. Man tries her best to convince Kwong to do the surgery but he refuses to do it and tells Man to stop pressuring him. Left with no choice, Man declares a divorce. At their divorce hearing, Man tells the judge that to accept Kwong's future death, she must go back to her previous way of life, before she was married; the next day, Man gets a hold of a disc. Man is touched and makes a disc of her own to convince Kwong do the operation.
Kwong sees it and at the next divorce hearing, they come to realize the other person's perspective and Kwong decides to do the surgery. In the end, Kwong's surgery is revealed to be successful, the whole family laughs as they celebrate Ah B's 4th birthday. Meanwhile, Kot Bo-Yee, finds herself in a romance with fellow lawyer CK. "Just Love II" is a story about law and human nature. How would the couple tide over the difficulties? TVB Anniversary Awards Best Drama Best Supporting Actress Most Improved Actor TVB.com Just Love 2 - Official Website
Alexander Mark "A. M." Hanson is an English artist and photographer. He is based in London. Born in 1969, adopted and raised in the Yorkshire countryside, near Leeds, in north-east England, his mother, A. A. Hanson, is former art teacher, he sang in a church choir. After schools in Leeds and York, he moved from home at age 17, holding happenings in the basement of a shared house in the Harehills area of Leeds. Around the same time he attended courses with the National Youth Theatre and performed in productions at Leeds University Workshop Theatre, his first exhibited work shown at Leeds City Art Gallery in a group display about new surrealism. He left the formal education system early and moved to London in 1989; that year he travels to Berlin and witnesses and documents the historic collapse of the Berlin Wall. First published imagery features in i-D magazine of nightclubbers at a rave, his social and performance based photos appear in various music and listings publications throughout the early to mid'90s, sometimes using the moniker'Alex Sparks', form print folios.
Appears in a French TV commercial, playing a catwalk photographer, for a Mod's Hair product. He appears in the award-winning short A Smashing Night Out, his photo series includes an early picture of designer Alexander McQueen on the verge of fame, alongside other progressive characters, at a time when London was witnessing the so-called Brit Art Brit Pop cultural explosion. Prints from this period featured in QueerNation, a large 20th-century group retrospective of polysexual London nightlife. Hanson was the only photographer to record performance artist and cultural icon Leigh Bowery's legendary last show at the Freedom Cafe in London in late 1994; some of the work was exhibited and published, firstly in the 1998 monograph Leigh Bowery prompting publisher Robert Violette to say that the photographs. An audio/visual book, featuring collaborations between artists and musicians, We Love You shows his photo work, of Bowery's Minty collaborator Richard Torry and his Soho living studio space, alongside that of more established art world figures such as Gilbert & George, Tracey Emin and Marc Quinn.
He sometimes performs with The Offset and The Paper People collectives singing a song about a'side kick' Susan Tripod, first in shows in his kitchen and at LUX Centre London, 1998. Drawings based on aerial photos turned into island maps, with related travel ephemera, are displayed at Vexed Generation in Soho. A collaborative venture Alexcalledsimon projects forms to produce and present work based around a concept'photo-related family' of made up characters and scenarios; these performance and mixed media works and recordings are exhibited, form part of live events, web based videos, screenings and in publications. He appears in "Battle of the Boutiques" London Fashion Week wearing Missy island map drawings evoked as paper hats. Paper cut outs from this series form a message trail across the Greek Cyclades islands the same year. Exhibits at home and abroad, including Japan at Rice+ Tokyo 2003, various London galleries and project spaces including. Performance associated photo work continues, including studies of performers such as David Hoyle and others at the cutting edge of the avant garde and offshoots of pop culture.
Some of this imagery forms photo blogs, other material is published including featuring in Dance Theatre Journal and Gazelland magazine USA 2008 and 2009. Formulates new ideas and work with studio based studies first at LCC University of the Arts London UAL at the University for the Creative Arts at Canterbury, BA Fine Art graduating in 2013 with first class honours. New work first shown at various academic spaces and at Galleria Uno+Uno in Milan. Contributions to other group shows include touring show Business As Usual at various venues including for North Contemporary 2015, the summer salon at Lubomirov / Angus-Hughes Gallery, London 2016. Hanson curates a group test site event at Satellite Festival, Whitstable Biennale 2012, several interdisciplinary shows whilst at UCA. In A Distant, Darkened Lobby a solo show at Limbo Arts, Margate 2014, interconnected installations or'photo sets' comprise oversized layered prints and backlit film, ready made and adapted objects and office furniture with applied transfers, films.
The show reimagines office spaces as fragments of artist's studios, a theme and motif that becomes central to his practice. Some of this work, in a new arrangement transfers to Regent's Place Plaza, London 2014, during Frieze Art Fair Week. Archive photographs are published in Alexander McQueen: Fashion Visionary and The Life and The Legacy with quotes from the photographer, alongside another interview text in a biography of the late designer Blood Beneath The Skin, in the German book Leigh Bowery Verwandlungskünstler. Photographs of McQ
Robert "Bob" Natoli is an American author and Success Coach. He holds a number of Guinness World Records. Natoli is from New York, he graduated from Oswego High School. For college, he attended State University of New York at Oswego and graduated with a degree in Communications in 1980, he has two children. He was a deacon at Oswego Alliance Church. Business wise, Natoli used to own Rentavision. Rentavision rented furniture and household items. In 1999, the company was acquired by Rent-Way Inc.. They acquired Rentavision for $92 million in cash, they took on the debt and stock holdings of $6 million. As owner of Rentavision, Natoli was awarded Young, Entrepreneur of the Year Award; as a Success Coach, Natoli has been featured in The Huffington Post. Natoli is the author of True Vision 4 Success, a book that focuses on what Natoli has done to achieve professional and personal success through thinking. Natoli has broken twelve Guinness World Record strongman records, including three in a nine-month period.
Natoli broke the record for "most weight arm-curled in one hour," in May 2011, he lifted a total of 60,019 pounds. In October, 2011, he broke the world record for "most weight lifted by front dumbbell raises in one hour." He lifted 39,720 pounds. In 2012, on Groundhog Day, he broke the world record for "most weight lifted by barbell rows in one hour," by lifting a 40-pound barbell for one hour a total of 1,360 times for an aggregate total of 51,640 pounds, he broke the previous record by 10,887.5 pounds. On April 4, 2013 he consecutively broke two Guinness World Records; the first, "Most Step-ups in One Minute with a 40-lb Pack" "Most Step-ups in One Minute with a 60-lb Pack", breaking both Guinness World Records held by Paddy Doyle from the United Kingdom. On March 22, 2014, he consecutively broke three world records; the first, "Most Step-ups in One Minute with an 80-lb Pack", followed by, "Most Step-ups in One Minute with a 100-lb Pack", breaking both Guinness World Records held by Paddy Doyle from the United Kingdom, ending with, "Most Weight Lifted by Dumbbell Rows in One Minute," lifting an aggregate total of 4,356 pounds, breaking the previous record of 3,125.5 pounds, as held by Eamonn Keane.
He uses these events to raise money for charities in New York region. On October 14, 2017 Bob Natoli received his 12th Guinness Record by completing 48 squats while carrying a 60lb pack, besting the record held by Silvio Sabba of Italy. Natoli, Robert. True Vision for 4 Success. Oswego: Bob Natoli Achievement Systems, Inc.. ISBN 0982876904 Official website
The Indian School of International Studies was an academic institution created in 1955 which merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1970 and was renamed as the School of International Studies,JNU. It was founded by Pandit Hriday Nath Kunzru, Prof. A. Appadorai and Professor M. S. Rajan, under the auspices of the Indian Council of World Affairs. In the 15 years of its existence, it came to be noted as the leading institute of research in the area of International Relations and Area Studies in India. Many of its former faculty and students went on to occupy academic positions in other universities and research institutes across the country; the School was created on the suggestion of the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, that there was the need for an institution to help build a pool of academic experts on international affairs and area studies who could give an informed second opinion on India’s relations with the world. The school was inaugurated on 1 October 1955 in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Vice President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
Though affiliated to the University of Delhi, it was granted deemed university status in 1961, could independently grant degrees. The School had eleven departments of study. International Politics and Organisation International Law International Economics South East Asian Studies West Asian Studies American Studies Commonwealth Studies Russian Studies The School's first Director was Prof. A. Appadorai and he served from 1955-1964. Several steps were taken by him to nurture this first effort of its kind. All students had to compulsorily attend a one year pre-Ph. D course since they did not have a background in International relations; the School's second Director was Prof. M. S. Rajan and he served until the School was merged with the JNU in 1970; the School building at 35, Feroze Shah Road was constructed during his tenure and inaugurated in 1968. Prof. Rajan solicited fellowships from the governments of the various Indian states for financially disadvantaged students from those states, a practice that continues to this day.
The merger with JNU was opposed by the staff and scholars of the School since it was seen to imposed on the school by the government. However, there was nothing much that could be done since the government held the financial purse strings and began to squeeze the school financially to persuade it to fall in line. Prior to this action, the School had been in the middle of a controversy in Parliament with a parliamentary committee set up to look into various allegations, in response to an intensive campaign run by various vested interests. A controversy that followed the merger was the decision to bifurcate the library of the ISIS on the basis of ownership of books and journals; the bifurcation was done in a bureaucratic style without regard to the wholeness of collections built up over a period of time, leading the last Director of the ISIS, Prof. M. S. Rajan to describe it as "one of the tragedies that struck ICWA as well as ISIS". Sixty six researchers were awarded Ph. D degrees over a period of 15 years.
More than sixty books were published by members of staff as well as students. The school journal International Studies began publication in 1959. 31 seminars were held all over India. The School Library, whose collections were held jointly with the Indian Council of World Affairs grew to become one of the biggest libraries in India on international and area studies The School trained officers of the Indian Foreign Service as well as diplomats from other countries from Bhutan and Nepal; the School had a program of visiting scholars and faculty and many well-known academics joined the School for short periods of time under this program, including Sardar K. M. Panikkar and Professors Tarachand, Nicholas Mansergh, Quincy Wright, W. H. Morris-Jones; the School started an annual series of extension lectures on major developments in international affairs in the mid 1960s, named after its late President, Pandit Hriday Nath Kunzru. J. N. Dixit, former Indian Foreign Secretary School of International Studies, JNU Address delivered by Prof. A. Appadorai, Director of the Indian School of International Studies, at its Fifth Annual Convocation, 28 May 1970.
Available in International Studies, April 1987, 24: 133-143
Marvin P. Middlemark invented the Rabbit Ears television antenna in 1953 in Rego Park, New York. Marvin P. Middlemark revolutionized how television was watched in the United States, as his Rabbit Ears increased the television signal reception made available to the mass market. Marvin P. Middlemark held several patents for his inventions. In the mid 1960s, NASA turned to Middlemark to develop the technology needed that would allow the original Apollo missions to communicate from the Moon Lander to Mission control. Middlemark was able to solve this problem NASA was not able to use the same theoretical principles of his dipole antenna. Middlemark donated millions to various educational foundations and trusts in a goal to give under-privileged students the ability to attend college, he was known as a major giver to the New York area homeless shelters and at the time of his death 15,000 pairs of gloves which he ordered from China were delivered as his final act of giving. At the time of his death in 1989, the inventor's mansion in Old Westbury, New York was home to a collection that included two cathedral-size buildings on his property to display his collection of religious stained glass windows and commissioned pieces displaying the likenesses of Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein.
Middlemark was an animal enthusiast, as his lifetime hobbies included Belmont-winning race horses, nine miniature horses, a chimpanzee named "Josie" who lived in an oversized cage in the basement of Middlemark's house and was known to answer the front door of his home and got soused at parties. Source: NY Times article. Dipole antenna Television Newsday.com article Television History at About.com New York Times article U. S. Patent 3,961,332 Elongated television receiving antenna for indoor use, filed July 24, 1975, issued June 1, 1976. U. S. Patent 3,478,361 Indoor Television Antenna with Rotatable Rings, filed October 9, 1968, issued November 1969