Bilike has never seen a ping-pong ball before. He and his family live without electricity and running water in a solitary tent home among the vast steppe grasslands. The magnificent landscape here has changed little since the days of Genghis Kahn. But life in the middle of nowhere can be exciting for a young boy. The smallest of details become big events for curious Bilike and his best friends Erguotou and Dawa.
Renew your youthful energy in just 90 days through the healing motion of Tai Cheng! Developed with Dr. Mark Cheng, this low-impact program combines the 18 fundamental moves of Tai Chi with 21st-century sports science. It includes 12 workout DVDs, plus a Master Scroll reference DVD and valuable fitness tools to help you turn back the clock and feel absolutely fantastic. Tai Cheng is based on the complex art of Tai Chi and turned into an at home DVD program for your own personal fitness routine. Ninety days of the Tai Chi program can bring real benefits in performance.
Loletta Lee goes Category III in this sleazy romp about a young girl and her discoveries about love, sex, and how it imparts on the subtle, empowering exhortations of her soul. Blah, blah, blah. In actuality, this uninspired romantic comedy is just lightweight fluff about Jane (Loletta Lee), who skips her overseas trip to school and hikes around Hong Kong. Along the way, she plays voyeur, is nearly assaulted, fools a couple of ugly older men (Shing Fui-On and Tommy Wong, who thankfully don’t get involved in any Category III action), and meets a really nice guy (Poon Jan-Wai). And sleeps with him.
Grammy® Award-winner Gloria Cheng brings an exquisite array of touch to this programme which couples the first mature works of Olivier Messiaen with the darkly radiant music of Kaija Saariaho. The Calder Quartet joins Ms. Cheng for Saariaho's 2003 trio 'Je sens un deuxième coeur' and Messiaen's 'Pièce pour piano et quatuor à cordes'. Saariaho attended this first recording of her ‘Ballade’ and ‘Prelude’.
Emilio Cao, born in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, in 1957 is a musician and composer of traditional galician music. He is one of the greatest performers of the celtic harp and the one who re-introduced that instrument in modern galician folklore. His first music experiences took place in his hometown were he participated in different cultural and music projects like ""Brétema or "NHU"...