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81: Tiger Woods
... s Dad: Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel Earl Woods served 2 Tours of Duty in the Vietnam War. Tiger's Mother: Kultida (Tida) Woods. Her maiden name is Kultida Punsawad. Tiger's parents met in Bangkok, Thailand. They got married in 1969. Tiger Born: December 30, 1975 Long Beach, California. Tiger now lives in a new home in Isleworth, Florida. Near the west side of Orlando. Tiger moved to Florida because of ...
82: World War 2
... the war actually started in Europe, I thought that the start of the war started when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. I did not know that the Japanese also bombed placed such as the Philippines, Thailand, and Malaya. I was not aware of all the islands taken over by Japan. The Japanese took over the Philippines and many other small islands to expand their territory, and to push the Japanese back ...
83: The Korean War and The Damage
... Forces into action against the invaders. American Forces, those of South Korea, and, ultimately, combat contingent from Australia, Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada, Colombia, Ethiopia, France, Great Britain, Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, and Turkey, with medical units from Denmark, India, and Sweden, were placed under a unified UN command headed by the U.S. commander in chief in the Far East, General Douglas MacArthur. The participating ground ...
84: The Horrible Truth Of Child Labor
The Horrible Truth Of Child Labor Read the following story, and imagine yourself in this situation: “Jitti Tumrin, 13, arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, from his northern village a few months ago to work in a leather factory. From the day he arrived Jitti has worked 11-14 hour days, with two days off every month. His job is ...
85: Cross-Cultural Child Rearing
... have their babies with them all of the time, nursing them on demand” (Geertz p.95). Yet there are those in some cultures that supplement breast feeding almost directly after birth. “In the highlands of Thailand, mothers begin supplements about two weeks after birth. Quecha mothers in Peru breast-feed on cue, but also they give the baby tea and broth soon after birth” (Small p.203). “The ingredients of supplements ...
86: Should Americans Adopt Internationally?
... homes for parents. This would include Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Nepal, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam. Although many parents have adopted internationally, that does not mean it is always an easier process than adopting from the U.S.; actually it is usually more legally complex. This is a reason ...
87: Tigers
... zoos in India. White tigers are simply a color variant of Bengal tigers and are rarely found in the wild. The distribution of the Indochinese (Panthera tigris corbetti) tiger (See diagram D) is centered in Thailand, and it is also found in Myanmar, southern China, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and peninsular Malaysia. An estimated 1,180-1,790 Indochinese tigers are left in the wild, and about 60 live in zoos in ...

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