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Xiao-jie Zavon, Vice President of the Greater
Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce shows off
the Beijing Olympics 2008 Mascots and Banner.  The
Mascots, Beijing Friendlies, will be available at
Middfest International - China during the Weekend of
September 30 - October 2, 2006.  The color of the
Mascots are based on the color of the five rings of the
Olympic Emblem which represents the five
continents of the world.  
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A SUVsaurus Bites the Dust.  On 05/12/2006, General
Motors Corp based in Detroit, Michigan announced
Hummer H1.  June will be the last month for the
Hummer H1.  June will be the last month for the
manufacture of the over-grown gas-guzzler which
manufacture of the over-grown gas-guzzler which
gave its owner about 10 miles to the gallon.  I would
guess that rising gas prices had something to do with
the demise of this monster.  To read more about the
SUVsaurus,
click here.
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WINE REVIEW.
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Shown in photograph above is the Pavilion Entrance to the garden activities of the
Chinese Culture Fest at the Taft Museum of Art.  Ready to welcome you is Charlie
The Culture Fest on 7/15/2006 also featured the special exhibition: "Dark Jewels:
Chinese Black and Brown Ceramics from the Shatzman Collection," an exhibition
which will continue until 9/10/2006.  
The Taft Museum of Art is located at 316 Pike
Street in downtown Cincinnati.
A Colorful Pavilion of Art, Music, and Culture
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Abraham was an Immigrant:  A Theological Reflection

Abraham is widely accepted as a patriarch of the three great
monotheistic faiths of the World.  Abraham was an immigrant.  His
father, Terah was from the land of Ur of the Chaldeans
(somewhere in present day Iraq) and while the tribe was resting at
Haran, Terah died. Abraham, then known as Abram, heard God
tell him to get out of his country and from his father's house to a land that God will reveal.  Abram,
whose obedience is renowned, complied.  

Many know this immigration saga of Abram, but there is more.  For all was not well in the early
Promised Land - there was a severe famine and Abram and his family were forced to move
again, this time further south into the land....
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Children had fun with Chinese games
and crafts.   Tournament Chinese
Chess was available for adults
Free
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TAFT MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS CHINESE CULTURE
FEST:       
A delightful afternoon of art, music, food, and fun activities
for all.
Chinese Calligraphers were on hand to  
demonstrate the art of Chinese Writing.
Charlie Zhao and Xiaojie Zavon at the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of
Commerce booth where information wereavailable for free and Chinese
collectibles at a very good price.
Children singing songs in Chinese was a big hit with visitors to the Chinese
Culture Fest at the Taft Museum of Art.  Another crowd pleaser was the
demonstration of the Chinese Jian or straight sword which is an advanced form of
Taiji martial arts.
Collectibles that fascinated many included the Fengshui Octagram, Twin Palm
Globes, reproductions of ancient Chinese coins and metal currency, twin-lipped
Chinese drinking vessel, fancy chopsticks, and many other interesting items.  
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