A Game of Shark and Minnow - Who Will Win Control of the South China Sea? A Game of Shark and Minnow In a remote corner of the South China Sea, 105 nautical miles from the Philippines, lies a submerged reef the Filipinos call Ayungin.
Satellite imagery: NASA In most ways it resembles the hundreds of other reefs, islands, rock clusters and cays that collectively are called the Spratly Islands. But Ayungin is different. In the reef’s shallows there sits a forsaken ship, manned by eight Filipino troops whose job is to keep China in check. A Game of SharkAnd Minnow By Jeff HimmelmanPhotographs and video by Ashley Gilbertson Produced by Mike Bostock, Clinton Cargill, Shan Carter, Nancy Donaldson, Tom Giratikanon, Xaquín G.V., Steve Maing and Derek Watkins Ayungin Shoal lies 105 nautical miles from the Philippines. In early August, after an overnight journey in a fishing boat that had seen better days, we approached Ayungin from the south and came upon two Chinese Coast Guard cutters stationed at either side of the reef.
We didn’t know if they would ram us, either. Socrative. New Mexico Distance Education & Learning Technology. Cloud Based Fundraising. Versal. UNM Learn Training Schedule. Open Labs are an opportunity to work on your course and receive help as you need it.
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Please contact Rob Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-277-5765 if you would like to participate in one of these sessions. Dates and times are subject to change. What Does an Online Course Look Like? Web Application Architectures - University of New Mexico. About the Course This course explores the development of web application architectures from an engineering perspective.
We will consider the fundamental design patterns and philosophies associated with modern web application architectures, along with their major components. By the end of this course, I expect you to be able to: Design, develop and deploy a modern web application. This course is not about how to build a pretty web page, it's about how to build and deploy the full stack of protocols and technologies associated with a complete web app. Course Syllabus Week One – Module 1: Introduction and Background Lecture 1: Historical Perspective Lecture 2: What is a Web Application?
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Curanderismo Part 1: Traditional Healing of the Body - University of New Mexico. About the Course The instructor will present a welcome video describing the course syllabus followed by a Power Point presentation on the topic of "Curanderismo," traditional/folk medicine.
Each thematic module will consist of an average of two 20-minute videos, by well-known traditional healers from Mexico, and the United States. Some of the hands-on demonstrations will be followed by additional readings and discussions on effectiveness of traditional and holistic medicine, which has been revived and recently gained popularity throughout the world. There will be a translator in the videos for the healers from Mexico who speak Spanish.
Fearless thinking: Young Maori change maker selected for Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia - TangataWhenua.com. Shay Wright, from Far North iwi Te Rarawa, is on a mission, and has come a long way in his quest.
So much so that he has been named as part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list in the Social Entrepreneur category, which honours the top promising young leaders, daring entrepreneurs and game changers in Asia. Shay, through the organisation that he co-founded, Te Whare Hukahuka, is helping rebuild local Māori economy through education and training. Te Whare Hukahuka was created from Auckland-based business growth hub, The Icehouse, in early 2015, and focuses on empowering community leaders with confidence and the necessary skills to run world-class organisations. Their alumni base already includes more than 500 indigenous Māori leaders, and are impacting communities nationwide. Māori generally fall within the bottom 80% of indicators that Government uses to measure wellbeing, and Māori are nearly three times as likely to be unemployed and / or convicted of a criminal offence.