Wisdom of the Malaysian Region
- A Note On Stone Tools, 7 pages, 2336 Kb.
Author: A. Terry Rambo, Subtitle: by the Orang Asli (Aborigines) of Peninsular Malaysia.
Numerous stone implements have been found in archaeological sites on the Peninsula (Tweedie 1953), few reliable reports exist of stone tool usage by contemporary
Orang Asli. Skeat and Blagden (1906:248), although recognizing that they made certain limited uses of stone, concluded that the aborigines belonged to a "wood and bone
age" rather than to the stone age, an assessment shared by Schebesta (1954-1957:134), who refers to the Semang and Senoi as "living in the Wood Age."
- Simplified Tai Chi Chuan, 32 pages, 5613 Kb.
Author: Liang Shou-yu & Wu Wen-Ching, Subtitle: 24 Postures with Applications And Standard 48 Postures.
Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 Posture is one of today's most popular tai chi forms. Once learned, it can be performed in only six minutes. This section starts off with an explanation of how the Simplified 24 was created by the Chinese Sports Commission in 1956. The masters who helped create this form borrowed postures from the long style Yang Taijiquan form, taking out the more difficult moves and the repeated sections.
- World History Timeline, 92 pages, 361 Kb.
Author: Iztok, Subtitle: From ancient History To 21 st Century.
First modern Homo Sapiens in Africa about 100,000 BC. Homo Sapiens settles in Europe, Asia and Oceania about 40,000 BC. Migrations of Homo Sapiens to Americas across Bering Straits about 20,000 BC. First modern Homo Sapiens in Africa about 100,000 BC. Homo Sapiens settles in Europe, Asia and Oceania about 40,000 BC. Migrations of Homo Sapiens to Americas across Bering Straits about