Monthly Archives: March 2007


Guild Wars 2 and the Guild Wars: Eye of the North Announced

Bellevue, WA., March 27, 2007—NCsoft® and ArenaNet® today revealed their exciting plans for the future of the hugely successful Guild Wars® franchise. The companies announced that development already is underway on a full sequel to the original Guild Wars games. Guild Wars 2TM will draw from the game mechanics that made the original Guild Wars [...]

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Nguyet Anh Duong

is a Vietnamese-American scientist, born in South Vietnam. In October 2001, she was in charge of a special endeavor and assisted in creating an urgently needed new weapon called the Thermobaric weapon in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to effectively defeat tunnels and caves being used as terrorists hideouts, in order to spare United States [...]

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Eugene H. Trinh

Eugene H. Trinh Dr. Eugene Trinh was born on September 14, 1950, in Saigon, South Vietnam, he is the first Vietnamese-American to travel into Outer space. He was raised from the age of two in Paris, France and has lived in the United States since 1968. He graduated from France Columbia University. Masters of Science [...]

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Phạm Tuân

(born February 14, 1947) was the first Vietnamese cosmonaut, and the first Asian in space. He was also given the Order of Lenin and the rare honour of being one of the few foreigners to be awarded the title "Hero of the Soviet Union". Pham, along with Soviet cosmonaut Viktor Gorbatko, was launched from Baikonur [...]

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Sulak Sivaraksa

Sulak Sivaraksa (born March 27, 1933 in Thailand) is founder and director of the Thai NGO "Sathirakoses-Nagapradeepa Foundation“. He is an activist-economist-philosopher from Thailand who has been using Buddhist ethics for social and spiritual transformation in his country and beyond for the past 40 years. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Besides being the [...]

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Lee Chow Hwee

Lee Chow Hwee The Malaysia, Johor Baru-born Lee is one of only six researchers in Canada to receive the appointment this year. Canada-based biochemistry professor Dr Lee Chow Hwee a personal pursuit to seek a cure for cancer, studies cell behaviour in the hope of finding a cure for cancer one day. His scientific quest [...]

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Kong Hee

(born August 23, 1964) is the founder and senior pastor (Honorary/Volunteer) of City Harvest Church Singapore. Kong is known throughout Singapore and Asia as a religious teacher. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the National University of Singapore, and thereafter went on to obtain his Master of Divinity in 1991 and Doctor [...]

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Venerable Shi Ming Yi

Venerable Shi Ming Yi was born in 1962 is the most well known representative of Buddhism in Singapore. Currently the Abbot of Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery and Secretary General of the Singapore Buddhist Federation. In September 1994, Foo Hai Ch'an Monastery , under the leadership of Venerable Shi, established the 175-bedded Ren Ci Hospital for [...]

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