Archive for December, 2011

Jet Setter(出境入境)–Jane zhang(张靓颖)

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

top chinese artist Name:Zhang Liangying
English Name:Jane Zhang
Place of Birth: Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Date of Birth: October 11th, 1984
Height: 162cm
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Blood Type: O
Music Style: Pop, R&B, Dance, Rock, Jazz, New Age
Favorite Artist: Mariah Carey, Craig David, Beverley Knight, Eric Clapton

◆Best Female Artist in China 5 years in a row at the Chinese version of the Grammys
◆The first Chinese artist walked on the red carpet of Grammy Award by the nominance of “Impression of West Lake” cooperated with Japanese Famous New Age Musician Mr. Kitaro.
◆The only Chinese artist invited to attend the Oprah Winfrey Show
◆The only Asian Artist recording the theme song “Give your love” for WP1
◆The favorite cooperated artist for the famous musicians. Cooperation with Hong Kong famous artist Andy Lau and Jacky Chang separately for the theme song of EXPO 2010 and FIFA World Cup 2010, etc.

Duration : 0:3:58


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can someone explain to me this code?

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

also… i want to add a menu first like this

[1]Play Game
if player press 1 question#1 appears..
and.. how do i make everything "clear screen" ?? like after the menu only question 1 appears, if his correct it will clear screen then on to the 2nd question..

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <conio.h>
typedef struct {
char szQuestion[256];
char szAnswer[5][30];
int iCorrect;
int iAnswered;

QUIZ a[] = {

"1. What ethnic group was largely responsible for building most of the early \nrailways in the U.S. West?",
{{"The Chinese"},{"The Indians"},{"The Australians"},{"The Americans"}},
‘a’, -1},

"\n\n2. What game was created by French mathematician Blaise Pascal, which he discovered when doing experiments into perpetual motion?",
{{"Minesweeper"},{"Solitaire"},{"The Game of Roulette"},{"Poker"}},
‘c’, -1},

"\n\n3. What was a gladiator armed with, in addition to a dagger and spear?",
{{"A net"},{"Club"},{"Lasso"},{"Hammer"}},
‘a’, -1},

"\n\n4. Who was the top-selling album artist of the 1970′s according to Billboard?",
{{"Donna Summer"},{"Elton John"},{"Aerosmith"},{"Bob Dylan"}},
‘b’, -1},

"\n\n5. What did Charles Babbage invent when he designed his analytical engine in \n1833?",
{{"Television"},{"Calculator"},{"Steam Engine"},{"Computer"}},
‘d’, -1},

"\n\n6. What Michael Jackson album spawned five chart-topping singles??",
{{"Thriller"},{"This is It"},{"Bad"},{"Dangerous"}},
‘d’, -1},


void fctQuiz()
int iContinue;
int i = 0;
for (i = 0; i < sizeof(a) / sizeof(QUIZ); i++) {
printf("%s\n\na.) %s\nb.) %s\nc.) %s\nd.) %s", a[i].szQuestion, a[i].szAnswer[0], a[i].szAnswer[1], a[i].szAnswer[2], a[i].szAnswer[3]);
a[i].iAnswered = _getch();
if (a[i].iAnswered == a[i].iCorrect) {
else {
printf("\n\nWRONG!!\n\nTry again(Y/N" );
iContinue = _getch();
if (iContinue == ‘y’ || iContinue == ‘Y’) {
else {

int main()
return 0;

On the topic of clearing the screen:
You can try escape-leftbracket-2-J which will work on ANSI terminals:


Or you can include the termcap library and try using tgetstr:

char *clrCmd = tgetstr("cl", NULL);
if (clrCmd != NULL) printf("%s", clrCmd);

To do this you need to include -ltermcap when linking your program and declare tgetstr() as returning char *. The latter way is more portable but more of a hassle to write.


The Good Fortune Peony – a Chinese Painting Demo by Henry Li

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

top chinese painting Along with the plum blossom, peony is a traditional floral symbol of China, where the tree peony(Paeonia suffruticosa) is called 牡丹 (mǔdān). The peony flower is also known as 富贵花 (fùguìhuā) “flower of riches and honour,” and is used symbolically in Chinese art. The inscription on this painting is written in the Han seal script:
宜富当贵(Yi-fu-dang-gui)meaning “youdeserve to be rich and honour.”
If you are interested in learning how to do it and other subject matters in Chinese brush painting style, I will be teaching a step-by-step online class this coming July. For more info please visit tp://

For Chinese painting supplies please visit:

and here is a list of materials used in this painting for your reference:
1) Blue Heron Arts Semi-sized Xuan rice paper

2) A soft(goat or sheep) hair brush for the flowers, and I used the set of 3 waterbrushes for the rest of the painting.

3) Maries Chinese Painting Colours: yellow, vermilion, cinnabar and rouge for the petals; yellow, indigo, vermillion and ink for the leaves, umber and vermillion plus ink for the wood stems.
4) Chung Hwa bottled Ink or any other sumi ink.
5) Felt pad.
6) Ceramic flower palette.
7) Brush washer, rest and holder,
8) Magnetic paperweight and magnetic white board.
9) Stone seal and seal ink pad.

You can find these supplies at our online store:

Wishing you a happy prosperious year of the rabbit!


Duration : 0:14:51


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Professional & entry level Chinese calligraphy paintings supplies and tools

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

top chinese calligraphy Over 30,000 items added on e-Bay periodically

Forbidden City, the largest wholesale and distributor of Chinese calligraphy and painting supplies from Beijing & Dallas, provides tools, Xuan paper, brushes, ink stones, ink sticks at the lowest possible prices for people who love Chinese art.

Duration : 0:3:19


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Penn & Teller – Chinese Quick Change Artist

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

top chinese artist moatasemalaa, Teller, Magic, Mystery, Tour, Chinese, Quickchange, Quick, Change, Artist, Mask, Fast, TrickPenn & Teller – Chinese Quick Change Artist

Duration : 0:1:23


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Clarinet Virtuoso Giora Feidman Performs in Ntdtv’s Holiday Wonders on Broadway

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

The great, world famous clarinetist Giora Feidman will perform in Holiday Wonders at the Beacon Theater on Broadway; three shows, Dec. 23 and 24.

A legendary musician for over half a century, Feidman captivates his audiences with soulful play of both classical and modern music. During a career spanning more than 50 years, Feidman has won many awards. He was the clarinet soloist for the theme music in “Schindler’s List,” which won an Academy and a Grammy Award for best score. He was also twice given the “Classics without Boundaries” Award from the “Deutsche Phonoakademie” (German Sound Academy).

As one of the most important interpreters of contemporary music, over the decades Giora Feidman has evolved into a phenomenon. He is an artist, a discoverer and a sensation, a tireless ambassador with an act of undiminished appeal.

This holiday season, Feidman has chosen to be an ambassador for NTDTV’s wonderful cross-cultural, East-West Holiday Show. In order to perform at NTDTV’s 2007 Global New Year Galas in Berlin and Paris, Feidman declined other engagements. Feidman called NTDTV’s Chinese New Year Spectacular, “an event that will elevate you, will elevate your sense of beauty, and it will help you to raise yourself.”

Audiences everywhere are moved by Feidman’s performances. After a recent concert in Switzerland, people commented:

“Very deep and profound, but at the same time, broad as well. [He has] a very close connection with the people.”

“Very poignant, very joyful; it has the merry side, and the sorrowful side, too.”

“He attempts to combine all the religions together; I like his performance technique and style very much.”

What people experience during his performance is exactly what he wants to express. Feidman says, “It’s the music that will remind us that we are born as a member of one family to live together in unity, peace and tolerance.”

NTDTV is an independent, nonprofit Chinese language TV broadcaster, committed to contribute to pluralism. It reaches over 200 million viewers worldwide . NTDTV’s annual Chinese New Year Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall ranked among Billboard Magazine’s top 10 shows in Feb. 2006.

In addition to the annual Spectacular in NYC and 26 major cities around the world, this year NTDTV presents its first Holiday Wonders for the Christmas season, premiering at Beacon Theater with a 50 member live orchestra, including musicians from China and the West, and a variety of traditional Eastern instruments that are sure to delight and surprise.

Bring your family and friends, and experience Holiday Wonders like never before – wonderful music and dance, and genuine traditional Chinese culture that will stay with you for a long time.

Carol Kinderman

How to Paint Bamboo in Chinese Painting

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

top chinese painting Teaching you how to paint chinese painting.

Duration : 0:2:54


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Variant Characters in Chinese Calligraphy

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

top chinese calligraphy (Ouyang’s model books between US$2 to $10 each)
To purchase Chinese calligraphy and painting books or models from an “independent” bookstore in the United States (“not associated with SF108″) LOW PRICES FOR QUALITY SERVICES AND PRODUCTS

This professor’s 田英章 video PLUS model book (pen writing, NOT “brush” calligraphy):
for US $6.60

Prof. Tian explains the different samples of variant Chinese characters in this video. Many successful Chinese brush painters have practiced Chinese calligraphy to improve their brushstrokes in painting. Ouyang’s model is one of most famous and best known styles of Chinese calligraphy.

Model download:

Pictures of Ouyang styles: (may contain mixed or other styles)

Duration : 0:7:1


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Unusual Art Part One: Leaf Carvings

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

top chinese artist A new art form emerging out of China. Creating these leaf carvings is no easy process, taking the delicate precision from a skilled artisan. With a knife, the leaf is slowly scraped of its outer layers, eventually revealing a near transparent surface. Special care is given to keep the veins intact to preserve the stability of the leaf.

Artists prefer using the leaves of the Chinar tree, native to India, Pakistan, and China. Resembling maple leaves, the distribution of veins in the Chinar leaves are the best suited for sculpting–and they are considered ‘lucky’ in Chinese tradition.

The process of producing a single leaf carving is said to take months of careful work. When the artwork is finished, the leaves are then preserved and framed–ensuring that they will last for decades.

The music is Osmosis by Liquid Tension Experiment.

Duration : 0:3:3


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What career is best for me?

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

I find interest in all things.
get straight A’s.
want reasonable amount of money (but enough to live with is good)
find programming easy
top mathematics student
have drawing and painting skills
likes suspense
have good memory
gets 100% in Science
knows english, french, chinese, and japanese
hard working and good student
follows rules
like solving problems


only you would know

you are good in almost everything , try taking AP classes to challenge yourself. with time, you’ll know.

i suggest engineering or programing .

ps: dont work at Mcdanold .lol