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Brown East Asia Resources Gateway Upcoming events include The Urban China Research Network conference here at Brown University on May 8-9, 2015. This conference is based on papers presented by current doctoral students -- from various countries and disciplines. A total of 13 papers have been selected competitively by the UCRN advisory board. The conference is open to the public at no charge but requires advance registration -- email firstname.lastname@example.org. A preliminary program is available here. General conditions for using the AFP Forum site Agence France-Presse (AFP) publishes a remote server called "AFPForum", which can be accessed at the following address: www.afpforum.com (referred to as the "Site"). The server comprises in particular, but is not limited to, software, databases incorporated therein, graphics, texts, data enabling access to text, data, graphics, videos, photographs, illustrations, and the related captions (hereinafter referred to as the "Content"). - Publisher : Agence France-Presse, an autonomous legal entity registered with the Register of Commerce of Paris under number 775.658.354, whose head office is located at 11-13-15 place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris, France. Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 41 46 46 Fax: +33 (0)1 40 41 46 32 Publication Director: Emmanuel Hoog, CEO of AFP
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Heritage collection About the Heritage collection The British Airways Heritage collection has existed since the formation of British Airways. It was formed to preserve the records and artefacts of British Airways predecessor companies BOAC, BEA, BSAA and the pre-war Imperial Airways and British Airways Ltd. The collection comprises of an extensive document archive recording the formation, development and operations of the British Airways and its predecessor companies as well as memorabilia and artefacts. Over 130 uniforms from the 1930s to the present day are preserved as well as a large collection of aircraft models and pictures.
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Anastasia Suen's Blog Archives Fab Four Friends: The Boys Who Became the Beatles by Susanna Reich (Author) and Adam Gustavson (Illustrator) Booktalk: In 1957 in Liverpool, England, a young lad named John Lennon and his band played music at a local church fair. In the audience was Paul McCartney, who liked what he heard and soon joined the group.