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Sangkuriang Long time ago in West Java, lived a beautiful girl named Dayang Sumbi. She was also smart and clever. Her beauty and intelligence made a prince from the heavenly… kingdom of Kahyangan desire her as his wife. The prince asked permission from his father to marry Dayang Sumbi. People from Kahyangan could never live side by side with humans, but his father approved on one condition, when they had a child, the prince would transform into a dog. The prince accepted the condition. They get married and lived happily in the woods until Dayang Sumbi gave birth to a baby boy. The prince then changed into a dog named Tumang. Their son is named Sangkuriang. He was very smart and handsome like his father. Everyday, he hunted animals and looked for fruits to eat. One day, when he was hunting, Sangkuriang accidentally killed Tumang. His arrow missed the deer he was targeting and hit Tumang instead. He went home and tells her mother about the dog. "What?" Dayang Sumbi was appalled. Driven by sadness and anger, she grabbed a weaving tool and hit Sangkuriang's head with it. Dayang Sumbi was so sad; she didn't pay any attention to Sangkuriang and started to cry. Sangkuriang feel sad and also confused. How can his mother love a dog more than him? Sangkuriang then decided to go away from their home and went on a journey. In the morning, Dayang Sumbi finally stopped crying. She started to feel better, so she went to find Sangkuriang. But her son was no where to be found. She looked everywhere but still couldn't find him. Finally, she went home with nothing. She was exhausted. She fell asleep, and in her dream, she meets her husband. "Dayang Sumbi, don't be sad. Go look for my body in the woods and get the heart. Soak it with water, and use the water to bathe, and you will look young forever," said the prince in her dream. After bathing with the water used to soak the dog's heart, Dayang Sumbi looked more beautiful and even younger. And time passed by. Sangkuriang on his journey stopped at a village and met and fell in love with a beautiful girl.He didn't realize that the village was his homeland and the beautiful girl was his own mother, Dayang Sumbi. Their love grew naturally and he asked the girl to marry him. One day, Sangkuriang was going on a hunt. He asked Dayang Sumbi to fix the turban on his head. Dayang Sumbi was startled when she saw a scar on his head at the same place where she, years ago, hit Sangkuriang on the head. After the young man left, Dayang Sumbi prayed for guidance. After praying, she became convinced that the young man was indeed her missing son. She realized that she had to do something to prevent Sangkuriang from marrying her. But she did not wish to disappoint him by cancelling the wedding. So, although she agreed to marry Sangkuriang, she would do so only on the condition that he provides her with a lake and built a beautiful boat, all in one night. Sangkuriang accepted this condition without a doubt. He had spent his youth studying magical arts. After the sun went down, Sangkuriang went to the hill. Then he called a group of genie to build a dam around Citarum River. Then, he commands the genies to cut down trees and build a boat. A few moments before dawn, Sangkuriang and his genie servants almost finished the boat. Dayang Sumbi, who had been spying on him, realised that Sangkuriang would fulfill the condition she had set. Dayang Sumbi immediately woke all the women in the village and asked them to wave a long red scarf. All the women in the village were waving red scarf, making it look as if dawn was breaking. Deceived by false dawn, the cock crowed and farmers rose for the new day. Sangkuriang's genie servants immediately dropped their work and ran for cover from the sun, which they feared. Sangkuriang grew furious. With all his anger, he kicked the unfinished boat. The boat flew and landed on a valley. The boat then became a mountain, called Mount Tangkuban Perahu (Tangkuban means upturned or upside down, and Perahu means boat). With his power, he destroyed the dam. The water drained from the lake becoming a wide plain and nowadays became a city called Bandung (from the word Bendung, which means Dam). (MORE)
Comedian Dan Nainan talks about President Barack Obama's reaction to his performance.What advice would you offer to other creative people who feel restless and frustrated with… their desk jobs?Many people I talk to have what they consider to be a boring job, but they also have an artistic passion of some kind, whether it's singing, comedy, making movies, dance, entrepreneurship, or whatever. At the same time, they'll tell me that they want to pursue their true passion, but they don't have time to do so. <br /><br />I would have to disagree. The average American watches over 32 hours of television a week. Also, on Friday night, there's tremendous peer pressure to go out and party and drink, because that's what everyone else is doing. Then they are hung over on Saturday, and not really able to do anything worthwhile, then they rinse and repeat Saturday night and then they are hung over on Sunday, and barely struggle in to work Monday morning. If they could cut out the television, the partying and the drinking, well, I've just found them 60 hours a week! (32 hours of television, 12 hours of partying and drinking from 9 PM to 3 AM on Friday and Saturday, 16 hours on Saturday and Sunday hung over doing nothing.) <br /><br />Instead of numbing their minds with alcohol, and instead of watching television (and passively watching others doing what they love for a living and making big money doing it), why not use that time to write jokes, compose music, learn filmmaking or start a business?Who is your favorite comedian and why?Jerry Seinfeld is definitely my favorite comedian. I actually model myself after him. I like him because he does totally clean comedy, and again he's the one who advised me to do the same when I met him by chance. I also like the fact that he doesn't destroy himself with drugs and alcohol like so many comedians. I was reading his biography, and it was interesting to read help Seinfeld would show up at the club at noon, and the staff would be shocked, because most comedians are fast asleep at that hour.Which performance do you feel was your favorite, was there a stand out experience?I would have to say performing in Times Square for 50,000 people last year was my all-time favorite performance. It was a Diwali event, and of course everybody wasn't there to see me but some huge Bollywood star. I was one of the warm-up acts, but it was amazing. An incredible feeling and of course something I'd love to do again.Of all the notable figures you have met, which encounter stands out the most?As a nerd, I'd have to say that meeting Steve Wozniak has definitely been the highlight. He saw me perform, and then afterwards I went back to the room that was being used as a green room for the event. I stood in front of the closed door, wondering what to do next. I took a deep breath and thought well, it's now or never, and I opened the door. Steve saw me and his face lit up, and he gave me the most amazing and heartfelt testimonial - it's on the same video with Obama's comments.<br /><br /> He said something that really touched me: he said that when you're a nerd and an outcast in school and you aren't invited to socialize and hang out with the popular crowd, you have a lot of time on your hands. He said he used that time to build circuits, and of course he went on to invent the Apple computer and start Apple with Steve Jobs. We have stayed in touch, and I took him to dinner when I was in the Bay Area for a show last year. In late September I'm performing at an event with him in Silicon Valley, then he's coming to another event at which I'm performing that same evening.Any interesting memories from Last Comic standing?Indeed, it was absolutely insane. It was the first season, and it was highly disorganized. I had to wait all night in the freezing cold to try out, sleeping on a piece of cardboard in the rain. They could've made the audition process so much easier, but a mob scene at the tryouts makes for great television. Of course I was disappointed that I didn't progress further, but I was happy to see Dat Phan win, because it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.You performed on a Jet in flight, what was that like?Indeed, performing on a jet in flight was far more exciting than if the jet had been sitting on the ground. :-) Intel chartered a jet to take all of the press back from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to San Jose. (It was a regular-sized jet and not a corporate jet.) They had me hold the microphone at the front of the plane and do comedy over the intercom. The only problem was, I couldn't really hear the laughter from where I was, so I thought it wasn't going well. Afterwards, however, the reporters came up and said it was hilarious.Where can we go to find your performance schedule for upcoming events?My schedule can be found on my <a href="http://www.danielnainan.com/index.php/shows">website</a>.What literary works do you already have in publication?I have a book called "The Best Book of How to Become a Full-Time Stand up Comedian". To be truthful, it was written by someone else, and it's horrible. But a friend of mine once told me, "Done is better than perfect." So I agreed to let them release it, and it has sold surprisingly well, and I get a small check every month. The books also sell like hotcakes at my shows. Go figure.You have a book deal in the works, What will it be about, can you share anything from it?I have an agent who read about me in the New York Times. She's convinced that my story would appeal to a lot of people. To be honest, I can't imagine why anybody would want to read about a relatively unknown comedian like myself, but hey, I'm writing the book anyway. Besides, who wants to argue with a literary agent who thinks your book can sell? It's a story about how I went from being an Intel engineer to a professional comedian. I think it will appeal to people who are thinking about leaving a job to pursue their true calling.Did he have anything to say to you afterward?Yes, in fact I have his comments on video. He said "Dan is f-ing hilarious." Here's the <a href="http://vimeo.com/63621461">clip</a>.You performed for President Obama what was his reaction to your performance?He absolutely loved it. I was watching him out of the corner of my eye, and he was throwing his head back and roaring at my jokes. That was the ultimate thrill of a lifetime. When I met him afterwards, I was really shocked because, he seemed like just a regular guy who happens to be president, with no holier-than-thou attitude whatsoever.Engineering, Music, acting, comedy, if you had to choose one, which would it be?Now that's a tough one. I've already done engineering, been there, done that. Of the remaining three, I would probably choose music. I play six instruments, and I come up with song ideas all the time. Being a touring musician playing arenas would be the ultimate. I could do comedy as well, and open for myself LOL.Where do you see yourself in 10 years?I see myself as 10 years older for sure. :-) I'll tell you, it's really hard to predict where one will be in a business like this. 10 years ago, if you had told me that I was going to be flying around the world first-class to 22 countries performing, and performing for the president, or Donald Trump, or Hillary Clinton, or having the guy who invented the Apple Computer as a diehard fan, I would have said you were crazy. <br /><br />If one wants to be a doctor or lawyer or accountant or whatever, the path is very clear; one has to go to school for X number of years and take certain tests and so forth. The path in comedy is very, very unclear. 10 years ago I was fumbling around. It took two years for me to make my first five dollars at a show. <br /><br />In an ideal world, 10 years from now I would love to have a highly successful sitcom on television and be touring arenas. I know it's a cliche, but it's really important to enjoy the journey as well. So many comedians seem to be unhappy, convincing themselves they'll be happy when they reach a certain goal. The key is to enjoy every day like it's a gift, which is what I am doing now.Why did you decide to remain 100% clean in your material?I met Jerry Seinfeld at a comedy club very early in my career. He showed up unannounced to practice for a television appearance. I was terrified to even speak with him, but I asked him if he had any advice for me. He suggested that I work clean because I could work in many more venues. This has definitely turned out to be the case. 99 percent of my shows require a clean comedian and would never tolerate dirty material. Also, my Asian parents would kill me if they knew I was doing profanity on stage.What did you like most about performing at Improv, and other comedy clubs?Comedy clubs are fantastic, because as one might expect, they are always set up perfectly for comedy. The seating arrangement is ideal, the sound system is optimized for comedy, and so forth. In addition, people are drinking, so they're more likely to laugh without inhibition. Steve Martin said something very interesting. He said that the more uncomfortable people are, the more likely they are to laugh. When I perform in hotel ballrooms, banquet halls or private homes, many things about the setup can be less than ideal. These problems are pretty much nonexistent in comedy clubs. For the same reasons, performing in theaters is fantastic. Even a mediocre comedian will always do well in a theater, because people are shoulder to shoulder and their focus is on the stage.Do you still work in a technical field, or has comedy become a full time gig?No, comedy is my full-time job, along with the occasional acting gig. For example, I've been in a commercial for Apple - here's a <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrENCy1g7Q4">link</a>. <br /><br />However, I use technology more than ever, and it's absolutely critical for what I do. I have five computers, three tablets, and every gadget under the sun, and I keep up with the latest technology by reading a lot and listening to tech podcasts. Whether it's editing video, keeping up with social media, creating CDs/DVDs to sell, writing (using voice dictation), I'm using technology pretty much for all of my waking hours. I also help people with their computers once in a while for fun. I love solving problems and teaching people to use voice dictation as well. I also volunteer at a local center for the blind, helping them with their computers.You used to have a very technical job, what made you decide to become a comedian?My technical job involved speaking on stage with the CEO and other senior executives at Intel. These events would happen all over the world. The executive would bring me on stage to demonstrate the latest technology. The technical part was easy for me, since I'm Indian and Japanese. However, it was terrifying to speak on stage in front of thousands of people. I had to do something to get over the fear, so I took a comedy class. I figured if I could do comedy, that presenting on stage at corporate events would become easier, and that turned out to be the case.What is your favorite impression to perform, and why?I love doing the Bill Clinton impression the most. People are shocked when they hear me doing it live. I've had audience members come up to me afterwards and tell me that they were shocked to hear an almost perfect Bill Clinton impression coming out of this Indian Japanese guy. I've also done the Clinton voice on prank calls on a lot of radio stations; here's a <a href="https://soundcloud.com/comediandan/clinton">clip</a>. <br /><br />In my spare time, I've been calling up famous people and pretending to be Bill Clinton. I start the call by saying in a very deep voice "This is the office of President Bill Clinton - I have Mr. Clinton on the line for (name of person)". I've gotten through to some amazing people, including Donald Trump, former New York Governor David Paterson, Larry King, as well as a few senators and representatives. I've been recording the calls and will be releasing them soon. (MORE)
SgtMaj Daniel "Dan" Daly (1873-1937) was a U.S. Marine and one of only nineteen men to have earned the Medal of Honor twice. As the Marine attack faltered at Belleau… Wood in WW1, he spurred the surviving Marines into the German lines with the cry "Come on you sons-of-bitches, do you want to live forever?"Born and raised in Glen Cove, N.Y., Daniel Joseph "Dan" Daly (11 Nov 1873- 27 April 1937). Little is known of his youth except he was a newsboy, was small (5'6") but agressive, and was an accomplished amateur boxer. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in January 1899 in order to fight in the Spanish-American War, but the war ended before he finished his training.In May 1900, Pvt Daly was sent to China aboard the cruiser USS Newark as part of a detachment of Marines to guard the American Legation in Peking, arriving as the Boxer Rebellion (1899-1901) moved close to Peking. During the June-July 1900 Siege of the International Legations, the Germans and Marines occupied the east and west walls defending the Legations, with the Marines on the western, 45' high Tartar Wall. The Chinese advanced on both positions by moving barricades closer that let them fire safely on the Western troops. On 30 June, the Chinese forced the Germans off their wall, isolating the Marines. At the same time, a Chinese barricade was pushed to within a few feet of the Marine positions and the Marines knew they had to either retreat or attack. Daly earned his first Medal of Honor for single-handedly defending his position against repeated attacks and inflicting approximately 200 casualties on the attacking Boxers before the Marines counter-attacked, driving off the Chinese forces.A 1st Sgt by WW1, Daly was a strict disciplinarian, yet fair-minded and popular among both officers and enlisted men. He was noted both for his reckless daring and his constant attention to the needs of his men. Offered a commission on several occasions, he declined, saying that he would rather be "an outstanding sergeant than just another officer."Daly is best remembered for his battle cry during the desperate fighting in Belleau Wood of 5 June 1918. Attacking across a wheat field into a line of German machine guns hidden in the forest, the Marines were slaughtered as they advanced. Outnumbered, outgunned, and pinned down, 1stSgt Daly ordered the attack to continue as the Marine line wavered 50 yards from the Germans. Standing upright as German bullets snapped around him, he yelled to his surviving Marines "Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?" The Marines followed him into the woods and defeated the Germans after savage hand-to-hand fighting.Boxer Rebellion (Siege of the International Legations-MoH) - Banana Wars (Battle of Veracruz, Battle of Fort Dipitie-MoH) - World War 1 (Belleau Wood, Saint-Mihiel, Blanc Mont Ridge) Retiring after a 30 year career, SgtMaj Dan Daly died at Glendale, Long Island, New York, 28 April 1937. He was one of only nineteen men (including seven Marines) to have received the Medal of Honor twice. Of the Marines who are double recipients, only Daly and Major General Smedley Butler, U.S.M.C received their Medals of Honor in different wars, with Daly earning his in the 1900 Boxer Rebellion and 1915 Haiti. MajGen John A. Lejeune, former Commandant of the Marine Corps, called him "the outstanding Marine of all time." (MORE)
First we learned that Emma Watson will be playing Belle in Disney's live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast," and now we know that she'll be joined by Dan Steven…s as the Beast and Luke Evans as Gaston.Dan Stevens as the Beast. He's best known for playing Matthew Crawley on "Downton Abbey."Luke Evans as Gaston. Known for his roles in "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "Fast & Furious 6," and "Dracula Untold." (MORE)
Dubbed Instagram's most interesting man, Dan Bilzerian has become one of most talked about people in the world. Beautiful women, private planes, luxury yachts, Avantador's an…d more money than he knows what to do with, Dan Bilzerian lives the life every man dreams of.Did someone say zombie apocalypse?Quite the group of people.Just a regular day.A childhood dream.Flying in style.Partying with Kenny Powers.Working with Congressman Rohrabacher to get Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi out of jail in Mexico.His driveway.All that is man.Crowd surfing at a Steve Aoki concert.Judging the Tropic Beauty competition.All white everything.Picking up his girlfriend in a helicopter.Not sure but it's awesome.Travel necessities.The best ping pong table ever.More money.It seems Dan loves cats and guns.His house in Montana which he has never seen in person.Hunting is more fun with assault rifles. (MORE)
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Dan Brown is one of the highest selling authors of all time. Specializing in fictional thrillers, Brown's novels are high-octane treasure hunts that take his readers on roller… coaster adventures through government conspiracies, religious cover-ups, and life-or-death code breaking. With over 200 million copies of his books sold in 52 different languages, and with two of his novels having been adapted for film, it's hard to imagine that Dan Brown has ever been anything but a successful author. His career has been as rich and as varied as the characters he writes. Continue reading to learn about author Dan Brown.When he graduated from college, Dan Brown originally had plans for a music career. His first album, a children's album entitled "SynthAnimals," enjoyed marginal success. Brown's next move was to form his own production company called Dalliance, and to move to Hollywood to pursue his music. From 1990 to 1994, Brown self-published three albums for the adult market: "Perspective" in 1990, "Dan Brown" in 1993, and "Angels & Demons" in 1994. "Angels & Demons would later become the name of one of Brown's best-selling novels. With only limited success in his music career, Brown turned to teaching to earn his living.Growing up with a father who was a mathematics teacher meant that education was stressed throughout Brown's childhood, and he graduated from Amherst College in 1986. Brown took his first teaching job at the Beverly Hills Preparatory School in California, and taught English to support himself while he attempted to find success in his music career. After returning to his home town of Exeter, New Hampshire, Brown took a position teaching English at his high school alma mater, Philips Exeter Academy, which he held until he decided to pursue writing full-time in 1996. Brown also took a position teaching Spanish to junior high students at a school in nearby Hampton Falls.Author Dan Brown's early writing career was almost as much a flop as his short-lived music career had been. In 1995, Brown and his then-future wife co-wrote a humorous book for women titled,"187 Men to Avoid: A Guide for the Romantically Frustrated Woman." The book was published by Berkley Books, and only sold a few thousand copies before going out of print. Not to be discouraged, Brown began work on a government conspiracy-themed book he had conceived in 1993 after reading a similar novel by author Sidney Sheldon. In 1996, he quit teaching so that he could write full-time, and in February 1998, "Digital Fortress" was released. Four months later, Brown again published another humorous book with his wife titled "The Bald Book." His next two novels, "Angels & Demons" and "Deception Point," each sold fewer than 10,000 copies on their first runs.In 2000, author Dan Brown published the first novel, which introduced the world to character Robert Langdon, "Angels & Demons." The book's plot, which revolved around a religious conspiracy to bring down the Vatican, received much criticism for various scientific inaccuracies. Though the book sold fewer than 10,000 copies, Brown saw potential in the novel's lead character, and began work on a second installment. In 2003 "The Da Vinci Code" was released, immediately becoming a bestseller. The book reached the top of the New York Times Best Seller list in its first week, and went on to sell more than 80 million copies worldwide. The book was adapted for film three years later. The success of "The Da Vinci Code" brought Brown's previous novels back into the spotlight; and in 2004, all four novels graced the New York Times Best Seller list at the same time.The next Langdon novel, "The Lost Symbol," was released in 2009 to immediate success. The book used a conspiracy within Freemasonry as its primary theme, and sold more than one million copies on the first day of its release, setting a record for being the fastest selling adult novel of all time. A fourth installment, "Inferno," was released in May of 2013, and immediately became a bestseller. The first two of Brown's Langdon books have already been adapted for film, and there is talk of the second two being produced as well.As you can see, author Dan Brown's career has been anything but boring. In addition to his brief music career, his teaching career, and the writing career that rocketed him to fame, Dan Brown and his wife are also involved in charitable work revolving around scholarships for higher education. After trying his hand at so many things throughout his diverse career, it's easy to see that Brown has finally found his calling. Whether or not you believe in any of the conspiracies found in his books, the fact remains that bestselling author Dan Brown is a genius when it comes to intellectual thrillers.Bestselling author Dan Brown has been sued twice for copyright infringement over his book "The Da Vinci Code." Author Lewis Perdue, who claimed that Brown plagiarized two of his novels with slightly similar plots, brought the first suit against him. The second suit was brought against Brown by authors Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, who helped co-author the book "Holy Blood, Holy Grail," a book published as a non-fiction hypothesis regarding the marriage Jesus and Mary Magdelene. Dan Brown won both lawsuits. (MORE)
Biggs a obtenu de la renommee en etant le personnage principal dans le film ' American Pie ' et les suites. Il est reste actif dans sa carriere comme acteur, etant la voix de …Leonardo dans ' Les Tortues Ninja ' de Nickelodeon et comme personnage principal dans ' Orange is the New Black '. Biggs et sa femme Jenny Mollen ont un fils ensemble. Biggs a obtenu de la renommee en etant le personnage principal dans le film ' American Pie ' et les suites. Il est reste actif dans sa carriere comme acteur, etant la voix de Leonardo dans ' Les Tortues Ninja ' de Nickelodeon et comme personnage principal dans ' Orange is the New Black '. Biggs et sa femme Jenny Mollen ont un fils ensemble. Levy declare que le role du pere de Jim dans les films ' American Pie ' etait le tournant de sa carriere. De tous les acteurs du film, il est le seul qui a paru dans tous les huit films d' ' American Pie '. Il a paru dans plusieurs films comme acteur en second role, notamment ' Madea's Witness Protection ' et ' La nuit au musee 2 '. Hannigan a obtenu de la renommee comme actrice de comedie avec le film ' American Pie '. Elle est presentement reconnue pour son role de Lily sur l'emission ' How I met your Mother ', qui a termine en 2014. Elle est mariee et a deux filles avec un des personnages principaux de ' Buffy the Vampire Slayer ', Alexis Denisof.Apres avoir interprete Stifler dans ' American Pie ', Scott s'inquietait d'etre enferme dans son role et a donc voulu trouver de different types de roles. Par contre, la majorite de ses roles sont dans des films de comedie. Il a aussi interprete les roles de personnages animes dans des films comme ' L'ere de glace : l'aube des dinosaures ' et ' Planete 51 '. En 2011, il a cherche des traitements non-specifies dans un centre de rehabilitation pour des raisons personelles.Shannon Elizabeth d' ' American Pie ' a eu le statut d'icone sexuelle apres la scene où elle ne porte pas de chemise dans le film. Elle a ensuite eu des roles dans des comedies et des drames comme actrice en second role. Elle a aussi fait partie de quelques tele-realites, ses fans ecoutant ses emissions de ' Dancing with the Stars ' et ' What Not to Wear '. Elle considere le poker comme etant sa deuxieme carriere et joue competitivement.Cet acteur a tourne son attention vers la musique, plus specifiquement l'art de la musique acoustique. Il a un groupe appele The Thomas Nicholas Band, qui est un groupe acoustique qui a des albums et fait des tournees. Il n'a pas paru a la television depuis 2005, mais il prend quelques petits roles de films.Reid a connu un peu de succes apres le film ' American Pie ', mais elle est mieux connue pour ses chirurgies cosmetiques bâclees et pour l'ivresse publique. Elle a des roles dans des films qui ne sont pas parus dans les cinemas et elle a essaye la tele-realite, participant a une saison de ' Celebrity Big Brother '. Elle est presentement en train d'essayer de relancer sa carriere et a un role principal dans les films science-fiction ' Sharknado '.Chris Klein a paru dans quelques filmes populaires, mais n'a jamais eu de role acclame par la critique. En 2003, il a demande la main de Katie Holmes, mais le couple s'est separe quelques annees plus tard. Il a ete arrete deux fois pour la conduite sous l'influence de l'alcool, qui a mene a un programme de rehabilitation de trente jours en 2010. Ses seuls roles apres la rehabilitation etaient des parutions en invite sur des emissions televisees.Suvari a paru dans les autres films d' ' American Pie ' et a eu une carriere tres reussie aux cotes d'acteurs primes tels que Kevin Spacey et Annette Bening. Elle est presentement mannequin pour Lancome et joue presentement dans la tournee de poker du monde pour benificier la fondation pour enfants Starlight.Il a connu la gloire apres son role comme Paul Finch dans ' American Pie ', et c'est de ce role que les fans continuent a se rappeler. Alors qu'il a paru dans quelques emissions de tele comme invite et a paru dans un clip musical, mais passe la plupart de son temps a jouer dans des productions sur Broadway.Connue comme ' la mere de Stifler ' dans la serie ' American Pie ', Jennifer Coolidge est une actrice comedique qui joue dans de roles d'actrice secondaire dans des films comme ' Legally Blonde ' et ' Click '. Elle joue presentement dans ' 2 Broke Girls ' et a un role de vois dans ' Gravity Falls'.Mieux connue comme Jessica d' ' American Pie ', Lyonne a paru dans plus de 30 films comme actrice secondaire. Depuis ' American Pie ', Lyonne a eu plusieurs problemes legaux dû a l'alcool au voalnt et son comportement irregulier et menaçant. Elle a eu une chirurgie cardiaque en 2012 dû a une infection. Elle a maintenant un role principal dans la serie Netflix ' Orange is the New Black ', son premier role televise recurrent. (MORE)
Gelagat organisasi adalah satu bidang kajian yang menyelidik gelagat dalam organisasi iaitu individu, kelompok dan juga struktur. Di samping itu juga, OB akan menggunakan sega…la pengetahuan mengenai individu, kumpulan dan kesan struktur ke atas gelagat dengan tujuan agar organisasi dapat beroperasi dengan lebih cepat dan berkesan. Organisasi merupakan satu unit sosial yang di kendalikan oleh dua orang atau lebih di mana unit ini relatifnya berfungsi secara berterusan untuk mencapai matlamat tertentu. (MORE)
Relly Komaruzaman I know an English teacher in my hometown. His name is Relly Komaruzaman. He is a new teacher in my school. Relly Komaruzaman is a young man. He is a sing…le man. He teaches English with modern methods. He is the youngest English teacher in my school. His hobby is playing PlayStation 3 games. He loves playing God of War III. It is his most favorite PlayStation 3 game. His appearance looks like a tiger. He is a strong man. (MORE)
Bagaimana sambutan perayaan tradisi pelbagai kaum dapat memperkukuhkan dan mengekalkan perpaduan dalam kalandan rakyat Malaysia?
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