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As I walked through the yard I was surprised to see so many women working in what I always assumed a testosterone-dominated industry. I asked John Kerbrat, the Algoma contractor from Nipigon, Ontario about this. He smiled and explained that yes, there are a lot of women working here. They typically pilot all the cranes because they are better drivers and are more careful than the men. Also, the women have a much greater attention ...
... on the agenda was the now familiar weekend supermarket expedition. The girls along with their fellow VYLTC once again dashed around for their list of personal care items, along with their creature comfort goodies and treats to keep stashed away in their rooms for late night snacks. With essential shopping done, they enjoyed a relaxed Saturday lunch before their bus arrived to collect them for their next sight seeing adventure in China.
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... the heavy fog that an hour trip could easily take over 2 hours.
The Chang Jiang is considered the most important river in China's history, culture and economy, generating nearly 20% of GDP (gross domestic product). It's often more famously known because of it's more recent connection to the new Three Gorges Dam Project, the world's largest hydroelectric dam built. This dam recently completed construction in ...
... China is the largest producer of rapeseed, growing over 1.1 million metric tons per year. The next closest producer is Canada, with 0.5 million metric tons. Rapeseed leaves and stems are also edible, similar to bok choy or kale, and are eaten as tender greens. This is a very common plant grown and eaten in several Asia Pacific countries and is easily found on the kitchen table.
It must grow quite easily since ...
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