This book is a continuation of the World War III series, an Amazon top-selling series. See what happens to America when the country refuses to surrender their forces in the Middle East and capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. In this second installment of James Rosone and Miranda Watson’s World War III series, we discover the fate of New York City as the Islamic Republic steers a freighter into New York Harbor. Join the authors as they walk us through the final battles in Israel that will transform the Middle East for generations. Will the advent of fighter drones, light drone tanks, and new main battle tanks be enough to allow America to rise from the ashes? Or will advances in additive manufacturing and the unholy axis powers of Russia, China, and the Islamic Republic be enough to conquer the world? Will the uniting of the Islamic world under one banner be enough to defeat Israel and the West, or will they succumb to their own religious theocracy and extremist interpretation of Islam? Will China look to technology to increase their food production or decide to incorporate the rest of Asia into a Greater Chinese nation? With Russia having successfully taken back their former Soviet Republics, will they finally destroy NATO and incorporate the European Union into the ever expanding Russian Federation? This gripping political and military thriller looks at the potential future of 2041, the coming clash of civilizations, the rise of new superpowers, and the decline of the West. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alex Hyde-White, Punch Audio. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/113070/bk_acx0_113070_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Are you a vegan who loves Asian food? Or do you just want to eat healthy Asian food? Don't worry. We got you covered. Read below.In Sam Kuma’s latest book, he covers vegan recipes from one of the most popular global cuisines. Almost every country has a bunch of Asian restaurants scattered across the major cities. But the major problem with most of these restaurants is that they are unhealthy and use tons of processed meat and animal-fat oils. With this book, however, you can enjoy Asian food without giving up on your vegan lifestyle.Asian cuisine is very versatile, and the vegan recipes will keep your taste buds tingling. You can incorporate the flavor explosion of Chinese meals into your daily cooking by following the simple and easy recipes presented in this book. Going vegan was never this fun. So, why don't you pick a recipe that you would like to try and get started!Here is a list of what’s included in this book:Asian Vegan AppetizersAsian Vegan Soups and SaladsAsian Vegan Breakfast RecipesAsian Vegan Noodles and Rice RecipesAsian Vegan DessertsAsian Vegan Stir FrysScroll up and download today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sangita Chauhan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/137865/bk_acx0_137865_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is the ultimate ethnic vegan bundle!Italian Vegan RecipesItalian food is considered by many to be the best in the world and has been voted the most popular ethnic food in America.This book is for anyone who wants to go vegan but is afraid of giving up one of life's greatest ethnic foods - Italian. Let this book open your mind to the possibility of Italian vegan food. It has a list of Italian vegan recipes that are classified by type: Italian vegan sauces, Italian vegan breakfast recipes, Italian vegan soup recipes, Italian vegan salad recipes, Italian pasta recipes, and Italian diet recipes.Mexican Vegan RecipesThis book is on vegan Mexican recipes. Mexican food is among the most popular ethnic foods in the USA and is also gaining popularity across the globe. The variety of spices, herbs, condiments, and desserts have long been loved in America.Mexican cuisine is extremely luscious and eccentric. It’s a fusion of recipes from many different nations, especially those that have a predominantly Spanish-speaking population. The Mexican cuisine is famous for its unique and tasteful style. The recipes mentioned in this book have been made keeping in mind this essence of Mexican cuisine. You’ll definitely find the fiery deliciousness that generally accompanies Mexican cuisine in all the recipes.Asian Vegan RecipesAsian cuisine is very versatile, and the vegan recipes will keep your taste buds tingling. You can incorporate the flavor explosion of Chinese meals into your daily cooking by following the simple and easy recipes that have been mentioned in this book. Going vegan was never this fun. So, why don't you pick a recipe that you would like to try and get started!Mediterranean Vegan RecipesThe Mediterranean diet refers to foods that were consumed by the Greeks and Italians in the early 60s. This diet is well known to make people healthy and enhance their longevi 1. Language: English. Narrator: sangita chauhan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/123187/bk_acx0_123187_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: 1.2, Fontys University of Applied Sciences Venlo, language: English, abstract: Globalization presents risk and opportunities today and in the future. Transnational Organizations (TNOs) were the beneficiaries of the globalization; they expanded their activities aboard, created an international mentality and adapted their strategies for substantial growths. Many domestic markets of TNOs are already saturated and through the process of expanding abroad TNOs have been looking for new markets with a high growth potential. Nowadays, China represents a promising target for nearly every TNO. However, many TNOs fail to enter the Chinese market successfully or are not able to capitalize their potential. The purpose of this report is to conclude why China is attractive for TNOs, what the specific risks and challenges are, when operating in the Chinese market and on which aspects a TNO should focus when entering China. In order to answer these questions, the present economic situation, including the influences by the economic crisis, is analysed to demonstrate the relevance of the Chinese market. The current situation of TNOs in China is explored to provide an understanding of the different strategies to cope with the various challenges and risks in China. As a result an outline of the key success factors and most relevant strategic decision will give advice for the implementation of an efficient strategy. Transnational organizations have to target the Chinese market in order to remain competitive in the process of globalization. Poor infrastructures, different cultural behavior, copyright violations, fierce competition or concerns on the legal systems are risks that TNOs have to face in China. Therefore, transnational organizations need to implement efficient strategies in order to exploit their full potential in the Chinese market. Entering the Chinese market can be done by four major entry modes: Exporting, Licensing (Franchising), Joint Ventures or Foreign Direct Investment. It can be concluded that TNOs have to focus on an efficient innovation strategy and incorporate local responsiveness in their culture in order to adapt their company to the market environment of China. One global strategy for all countries, as in the past, is not possible anymore. TNOs have to implement a 'Think Global - Act Local' strategy. The prospects for the Chinese economy are still promising and will continue to offer TNOs enormous competitive advantages.
Now revised and updated to incorporate numerous new materials, this is the major source for researching American Christian activity in China, especially that of missions and missionaries. It provides a thorough introduction and guide to primary and secondary sources on Christian enterprises and individuals in China that are preserved in hundreds of libraries, archives, historical societies, headquarters of religious orders, and other repositories in the United States. It includes data from the beginnings of Christianity in China in the early eighth century through 1952, when American missionary activity in China virtually ceased. For this new edition, the institutional base has shifted from the Princeton Theological Seminary (Protestant) to the Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural Relations at the University of San Francisco (Jesuit), reflecting the ecumenical nature of this monumental undertaking.
However exciting new technologies and educational tools may seem, they can become solely for entertainment unless their design, use, and evaluation are guided by principles of education and language development. Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT) provides an excellent approach for teachers who want to realize the potential of technology to engage learners and improve language learning inside and outside the classroom. This practical guide shows teachers how to successfully incorporate technology into TBLT in the classroom and to develop technology-mediated materials. Whether the goal is to conduct a needs analysis, to develop classroom or homework materials, or to implement a new approach of student assessment, A Practical Guide to Integrating Technology into Task-Based Language Teaching will be a welcome resource for language teachers at all levels. Designed for use in the classroom as well as for independent study, the book includes reflective questions, activities, and further reading at the end of each chapter. Examples of units in Chinese, Spanish, ESL, and the hospitality industry are provided. Georgetown Digital Shorts-longer than an article, shorter than a book-deliver timely works of peer-reviewed scholarship for a fast-paced world. They present new ideas and original content that are easily digestable for students, scholars, and general readers.
Numerology is arguably the oldest of the divination arts and often the least understood. In the Complete Book of Numerology, Joyce Keller and her collaborator and husband Jack Keller provide a simple, intelligent, and useful guide which outlines the history, the various systems (Pythagorean, Chaldean, and Chinese), as well as the uses and applications of numerology. From numerology as applied to names and what it can tell you, the concept and reality of 'lucky' and 'unlucky' numbers, and the practical applications of numerology (for success, evaluating relationships, and to anticipate the larger cycles of life), the Complete Book of Numerology provides readers with a solid understanding, allowing them to utilize and incorporate into their life this, the science of the ancients.
This book introduces a new linguistic reconstruction of the phonology, morphology, and lexicon of Old Chinese, the first Sino-Tibetan language to be reduced to writing. Old Chinese is the language of the earliest Chinese classical texts (1st millennium BCE) and the ancestor of later varieties of Chinese, including all modern Chinese dialects. William Baxter and Laurent Sagart's new reconstruction of Old Chinese moves beyond earlier reconstructions by taking into account important new evidence that has recently become available: better documentation of Chinese dialects that preserve archaic features, such as the Min and Waxiang dialects; better documentation of languages with very early loanwords from Chinese, such as the Hmong-Mien, Tai-Kadai and Vietnamese languages; and a flood of Chinese manuscripts from the first millennium BCE, excavated or discovered in the last several decades. Baxter and Sagart also incorporate recent advances in our understanding of the derivational processes that connect different words that have the same root. They expand our knowledge of Chinese etymology and identify, for the first time, phonological markers of pre-Han dialects, such as the development of *r to -j in a group of east coast dialects, but to -n elsewhere. The most up-to-date reconstruction available, Old Chinese: A New Reconstruction brings the methodology of Old Chinese reconstruction closer to that of comparative reconstructions that have been used successfully in other language families. It is critical reading for anyone seeking an advanced understanding of Old Chinese.
This book examines delexical verb + noun collocations such as make a decision, give rise to and take care of in Swedish and Chinese learner English. Using a methodological framework that combines learner corpus research with a contrastive perspective, the study is one of the very few in the field to incorporate corpora of the learner's L1 to investigate the effects of L1 influence. The book provides a highly detailed and multi-faceted analysis of delexical verb + noun collocations in terms of frequency of occurrence, lexical preferences and morphosyntactic patterns. Quantitative and qualitative results on overuse, underuse and errors are presented with linguistically and pedagogically relevant interpretations that include cultural and discourse aspects. More importantly, the book throws light on how L2 learners may alternate between the open-choice principle and the idiom principle as well as the extent and nature of L1 influence on their collocational use.