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Dilmah Tea uniting the world through song and music...
H1Z1 ✪ Royalty Showdown REPLAY - Asia Pacific - GAME 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REDEEM YOUR FREE AR-15 PROMO CODE → SHOWDOWNAPAC Hope you guys enjoy this final and third game full of adrenaline of the Asian Pacific Online Royalty Showdown that took place on the 27th of May and shoutcasted by Flamehopper, pineaqples & p90princess. World Best Gaming Team (WBG) taking 30% of the Asian Gold AR-15 !!
Women's 100 meter sprint finals at the 15th Pacific Games in Port Moresby, PNG (2015) COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: I do not own the contents of this video. All rights reserved to its rightful owner/s. No copyright infringement intended. For promotional and entertainment purposes only..
7 Athletes from Special Olympics Melbourne West won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in the Asia Pacific Games 2013. Athletes for Track & Field Justin McLaren, Michael van Wilgenburg and Gemma Berry as well as Swimmers Deana Horvat, Ben Morrison, Bradley Doolan and Trent Loveridge competed, did their Personal Bests and won medals for their events. What a fun time they had after all the hard work training and competing in regional and state competitions throughout the year in lead up to these exciting games. We Australians really experienced ourselves as an Asian Pacific nation.
URL: http://www.unescobkk.org/culture/ UNESCO Bangkok is contributing to the safeguarding of endangered traditional children's games in targeted Asian-Pacific countries through a project funded by the Republic of Korea Funds-in-Trust through the support of the City of Gangneung. Children's games from 14 different ethnic groups in four different countries in Southeast Asia will be researched and documented. Local research teams are working in Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Luang Prabang, Lao PDR; Penang, Malaysia; Bangkok and northern Thailand. This video of selected children's games in Cambodia was produced by Ophidian You can also wathc this video, as well as many others on the topic, here: http://www.unesco.org/archives/multimedia/index.php?id_page=34&pattern=Thailand
The Special Olympics 2013 Asia Pacific Games was declared open by The Governor-General of Commonwealth of Australia, Her Excellency The Honourable Quentin Bryce AC CVO, as Newcastle hosted a star-studded Opening Ceremony at Hunter Stadium. The Opening Ceremony heralded the start of the inaugural Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games which is being staged in Newcastle until 7 December and is the biggest event in regional Australia this year. The teams were greeted with cheers from an enthusiastic crowd which greeted the smallest teams of athletes each from Cambodia and Mongolia with as much noise as the 398 athletes in the Australian team. Some of Australia's greatest entertainers performed alongside tap dancers, singers, cheerleaders, acrobats, multicultural dancers and drummers drawn fro...
Members of the Special Olympics Australia Aquatics team, one of our wonderful volunteers and Newcastle Jets players share their preparation and excitement for the Special Olympics 2013 Asia Pacific Games. With the Opening Ceremony only days away, it is time to heed the call of our athletes, volunteers and supporters and join us at Hunter Stadium on Sunday night to celebrate the opening of the Games. Visit our website to buy your tickets www.soapg2013.com Or call PROticket on 1300 121 012
Special Olympics Australia is proud to announce that it will host the inaugural Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games in Newcastle, NSW in 2013. The event will see Australia welcome more than 1,700 Special Olympics athletes, 600 coaches, 4,000 volunteers, and approximately 200,000 spectators from 25 nations across the Asia Pacific region. The announcement was made at a press conference at the iconic Sydney Opera House on 14 March 2012 by Her Excellency, Ms Quentin Bryce AC CVO, Governor-General of Australia. Along with Special Olympics athletes other attendees at the launch included: Barry O'Farrell, NSW Premier; The Hon. Graham Annesley MP, NSW Minister for Sport and Recreation; The Hon. Andrew Constance MP, NSW Minister for Ageing, Minister or Disability Services; The Hon. Michael G...
7 athletes including swimmers and track and field competed in the Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games in Newcastle 2013.7 Athletes for Track & Field Justin McLaren, Michael van Wilgenburg and Gemma Berry as well as Swimmers Deana Horvat, Ben Morrison, Bradley Doolan and Trent Loveridge competed, did their Personal Bests and won medals for their events. What a fun time they had after all the hard work training and competing in regional and state competitions throughout the year in lead up to these exciting games. We Australians really experienced ourselves as an Asian Pacific nation.