Shan

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Love Or Bread - Synopsis
... Zhen Shan Mei (Ariel Lin) is a poor but very loving, caring, and hard working girl ... Shan Mei goes after him to China in the hope that they will finally get married ... Shan Mei's family is against her decision because they need her to support them, but her father literally holds off the rest of the family while yelling to Shan Mei that she should go and be happy ...
Chung Shan
... Chung Shan is a historical alternative spelling of "Zhongshan", a Chinese name ... refers to Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925), pseudonym Chung Shan, Chinese revolutionary and political leader Chung Shan (warship), gunboat name after Sun Yat-sen Zhongshan, city ...
Shan - Other Uses
... Shan Foods, a brand of Pakistani cuisine spice mixes Insect from Shaggai, or Shan, a fictional alien race in the writings of Ramsey Campbell ...
Shan Herald News Agency
... The Shan Herald Agency for News is a private, nonprofit organization which attempts to fill the information void and shed light on the current situation in Shan State in Burma, where the ... Originally established in Shan State in 1991, the Shan Herald Agency for News was moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand in 1996 where it was better able to maintain its independence ...
Lin Sing Association - Members
... They are Hok Shan Society 鶴山公所 Tsung Tsin Association 崇正會 Chung Shan Association 中山同鄉會 Tung On Association 東安公所 Tai Pun Residents Association ...

Famous quotes containing the word shan:

    Becoming responsible adults is no longer a matter of whether children hang up their pajamas or put dirty towels in the hamper, but whether they care about themselves and others—and whether they see everyday chores as related to how we treat this planet.
    —Eda Le Shan (20th century)

    If grandparents want to have a meaningful and constructive role, the first lesson they must learn is that becoming a grandparent is not having a second chance at parenthood!
    —Eda Le Shan (20th century)

    Becoming more flexible, open-minded, having a capacity to deal with change is a good thing. But it is far from the whole story. Grandparents, in the absence of the social institutions that once demanded civilized behavior, have their work cut out for them. Our grandchildren are hungry for our love and approval, but also for standards being set.
    —Eda Le Shan (20th century)