Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Jet Lee
Jet Lee was born on April 26,1963 in Beijing, China. He won the championship in Chinese National Martial Arts Contest from 1974 to 1979 (5 consecutive years). He has also participated in some drama performances. His first movie was "Shaolin Temple", this made him famous as it was China's first modern Kung Fu movie. This introduced Shaolin's Wu Shu to the world.
Jet Lee
divorced with Qiuyan Huang in1990, they have 2 daughters. Then he marred with Li Chi in 1999, and they have a daughter.
Jet Lee
is a staid and confident person. He is very conservative, eats healthy meals, and workouts everyday to stay in shape. He is also very private about his life, and for this not many questions are asked of his private life.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005


Famous Australians

Sanislawa Dabrowski was born in 1926 in Poland. She has spent the last 13 years helping poor and homeless people in Canberra. She uses her own money to make lots of food into the centre of Canberra and gives it out to people who have no money or no momes to go to. In her spare time, she visits people in jail who have no one else to visit them.
In 1996,the government of the Australian Capital Territory named her Citizen of the Year and gave her $9,000 to help with the cost of the cooking. She was given a medal of the Order of Australia in 1998.

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

The Hairy-nosed Wonmbat

The Hairy-nosed Wombat is a marsupial of Australia.It's 33cms tall and 1metre long. It weighs around 35kgs. The wombat has short, powerful legs and strong claws that are used to dig burrows or search for suitable plants and roots to eat. It's fur is soft, silky, and mainly brown, mottled with grey, fawn and black. It has a broad head with black patches around their eyes. The ears are long and slightly pointed with tufts of white hair on the edges.
By day the Hairy-nosed Wombats sleep in a burrow. Although mostly solitary, these wombats often share burrows. At night the Hairy-nosed Wombats feed on coarse grasses, herbs and roots.
But now, the Hairy-nosed Wombat is one of Australia's most endangered marsupials.

Saturday, May 07, 2005

Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses Museum

The well-known Terra-cotta Museum is located east of Emperor Qin's Mausoleum in China, which covers a total area of 20 hectares.
It was on March 29,1974. when local farmers of XiYang Village, Ling Tong Country, were drilling a series of wells in search of water, pottery fragments and ancient bronze weapons were discovered accidentally. Those were Emperor Qin and his Terra-cotta Army 2,200 years ago. The head of the village reported the news to the local government at once. The news aroused much attention from both local government and National Cultural Relics Bureau. With government approval, an archaeological team from Shanxi Province arrived at the site on July 17,1974 and began their explorations and Qin Shihuang's Terra-cotta Museum was opened to the public.
In the last 20 years, the Terra-cotta Museum has developed and become the largest on-site museum in China. Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum is not only a treasure house where the tourists can learn history, culture and human civilization, but also a main scenic spot of Xi An city.
Today "the eighth Wonder of the world" has almost become synonym of the Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses In 1987, the Emperor Qin's Mausoleum was put on the list of the UNESCO as a world-class cultural heritage site. Now the Museum is well-known widely as a huge modern on-site museum and it is going to be one of the best in the world.

Monday, May 02, 2005

This park is in the front of my home, I usually go there to feed the birds. It's very interesting!