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Woodcraft: The ancient Art of mankind

21st September 2011
Woodcraft: The ancient Art of mankind The production of decorative frames, fine sculptures, and odd shapes is possible by Woodcraft, while this is not true for other media such as , ceramic, metal, and glass.The ability of forming wood is entirely differ... Read >
Author: Woodcraft919

Unknown Ancient Superfood - Wild Pine Pollen

11th February 2011
As natural health advocates, we spend much of our time analyzing, testing and learning about natural foods and medicine. Two years ago we first learned about pine pollen from The Natural Testosterone Plan by Stephan Harrod Buhner. After that we spent time... Read >
Author: Edwin Kyhos

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

10th September 2009
Historically , Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made of 3 parts copper and 2 parts lead. Cast silver coins were intermittently produced but are significantly rarer. Cast gold coins are also known to ... Read >
Author: Andy Roman

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

03rd August 2009
Historically , Chinese cash coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made from three parts copper and two parts lead. Cast silver coins were intermittently produced but are considerably rarer. Cast gold coins are also kno... Read >
Author: Stefan Mcclure

Chinese Coins - hei lung kiang province chinese coin

30th June 2009
Historically , Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made of 3 parts copper and two parts lead. Cast silver coins were periodically produced but are considerably rarer. Cast gold coins are also known to e... Read >
Author: Joe The Blogger

Seawater Pearl Or Freshwater Pearl - What's The Difference

18th May 2009
The pearl is an ancient and appreciated piece of jewelry. So how long have pearls been around and where do they come from? And what about freshwater pearls vs. saltwater pearls - how do they differ? For thousands of years, most seawater pearls were ret... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Must See Places and Sightseeing of Guangzhou

13th March 2009
Guangzhou is rich in history and modern day activity. As the capital and a sub-provincial city of Guangdong, the city and surrounding areas are often simply called by their provincial name in English, Canton. Because of Guangzhou's large port on the Pearl... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Interesting Facts about Ancient Chinese Coins

12th March 2009
Ancient Chinese coins date back to 2000 BC during the Xia dynasty. There are still coins used today, but then they varied in size and shape and were used for many different things. The Western Zhou and Shang eras brought us several ancient Chinese coin... Read >
Author: Henry Fong

Keeping Cool: A Brief History of Air Conditioners

27th March 2008
Though you might think of air conditioning as a modern invention, the concept of cooling the interior of a building actually goes back to early civilisations. In 2nd century China, the inventor Ding Huan of the Han Dynasty came up with the idea of a man... Read >
Author: mpressman
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