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    Before I analyze the film Chungking Express, I would like to briefly introduce its director—Wang Kar-Wai, a great master who specialized in describing protagonists’ characteristics by details and the whole environment. Since he grows up in Hong Kong, a former British colony involving Chinese culture and western culture, he has lots of thinking on this metropolis and the people living there. Thus he directs bunch of films such like Chungking Express, telling the love stories happened in Hong Kong via protagonists’ characteristics and background music. In this movie, there are two independent and interconnected love stories as well as four protagonists: cop 233, A-Fei, cop 663, and female killer. Wang Kar-Wai tells us that urban people are lonely since their life is so simple: work and rest; however, they are full of warmth and tender deep inside their hearts. They are always seeking for pure love in this city—they are all parts of Chungking Express, the emotional signature of Hong Kong. To illustrate, I will analyze this movie from three scenes to reveal that urban people desire love and care deep inside their hearts even though they are living in such a busy and cold city. The first scene, whose protagonists the female killer and cop 233, He-Zhiwu are in the film impressed me a lot. In the beginning, the killer (Actor: Lin Qingxia) hired several Indians to transport the drug out of Hong Kong. However, those Indians disappeared with the drug. If she cannot find them until May…

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    Growing up dogs have always been around me, and we’ve had many dogs, and a few cats, over the years. Here 's the stories of a few. The first dog I ever met was Shala. She was a chow chow mix and my mother’s dog a long time before I was born. She was the sweetest dog you’d ever meet, though I was young when we had her so I don 't remember much. When we moved out to New Mexico in 2004 she came with me and my mom, which must 've really been hard for both of them since we were driving from florida.…

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    Hsi Lai Temple History

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    offers much more to one’s knowledge about the meaning of life. Whether it is its history that intrigues one’s mind, the structure and design that persuades tourists to visit, or the temples purpose to serve to the community, the Hsi Lai Temple is one attraction to visit. Completed in 1988, the Hsi Lai Temple--located in Los Angeles-- was built to signify the dedication of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Order. Their efforts were recognized for spreading the teachings of the Budda to those in the…

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    to a new demographic (small town farmers who are cross breeding animals for new age cute internet memes)). This isn 't some heartwarming story about how I worked a mundane job but all of a sudden we were allowed dogs in the work place and everyone 's hatred slowly dissipated (working title: WorkBud). This story is more like the story of the horse from Horsin ' Around, and beloved Netflix celebrity, BoJack Horseman. Its real. Or at least it feels real. Its one of those weird twisted moments…

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    Carbohydrates I know that “carbs” often get a bad rap. “Lower your carbs” so they say. This is partly true depending on the quality and amount of carbs your body absorb daily. Got carbs? I hope so because carbohydrates are useful in so many ways. Traditionally, carbohydrates are the body’s fuel but their functions are very diverse. They can also act as communication devices on the surface of cells, are involved in immune function, play a role in the determination of blood types and the…

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    but are tired of it-that's it. Then you can consume papaya leaves. Protein content of 8 grams and fat is only 2 grams and many vitamins and calories will fill the body and suitable for diet. For those of you who lack water in the body such as dehydration, then you can consume papaya leaves containing water up to 75 grams. 20). Reduce intestinal worms Sad if a child already has a worm disease right? It turns out papaya leaf contains carposide that is useful for your child who has worm disease. So…

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     COMPOSITION OF MILK Milk is nearly complete natural food on the earth. It contains water, fat, protein, lactose and minerals as major constituents. The proportions of these constituents vary with species of the animal. For example, Mare’s milk contains only about 1.6% fat, while Reindeer’s milk contain 22.5% fat. Apart from this, the composition also varies with several other factors, viz., the breed of animal, the feeding pattern, season, lactation period, age of animal, environment, etc..…

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    and energy Question 1: Proteins: do most of the work in the cells, required for structure, function, and regulation of the bodys tissues and organs. They also transport nutrients and are catalyst. Examples of proteins are nuts, meats, and beans. Carbohydrates: source of energy for the body, simple and complex carbs. Examples are fruits, pasta, sugar, and, grain. Fats: store energy, aid in development of cells, serve as components of hormones and vitamins, and protect organs. There are…

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    Water, being the main component of foods, is an important diluent for other water soluble food components such as carbohydrate, protein, fiber, minerals and vitamins. Most fresh foods contain a large amount of water, normally more than 70%, while fresh fruits and vegetables can contain up to 90 to 98% of water (Gowen, 2012). Water in foods can be categorized into two classes, free water and bound water. Free water is freely available for chemical or biological reactions as well as for microbial…

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    Essay On Multivitamin

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    How to choose a multivitamin: important age and gender -How to choose a multivitamin: important age and gender -References There are many reasons why you need to take a multivitamin. Even the most well-organized diet can not provide the body with a daily norm of all nutrients, which has more than forty addition, many people eat defective for various reasons: a strict diet, poor appetite, a need for certain nutrients and unhealthy food. One tablet of multivitamin one day - it's the easiest way…

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