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SEA SHEPHERD REFLECTS ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE CAPTURE AND SLAUGHTER OF A SUPERPOD OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS AND KIDNAPPING OF RARE ALBINO CALF, “SHOUJO,” IN TAIJI

Images Taken by Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardians, Documenting the Brutal Capture of “Shoujo” and Horrific Slaughter of Her Family, Sparked an International Media Firestorm

January 16, 2015 — TAIJI, Japan — As the one-year anniversary of the unprecedented capture of more than 250 bottlenose dolphins and a rare albino calf in Taiji approaches, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is reflecting upon this horrific event that drew worldwide media, public and political scrutiny to the annual capture and slaughter of dolphins and small whales in the cove. 1,106 more words

Green Living News

Taiping Lake Gardens Revisited

By Paul Chong

A Chinese by Descent An Australian by Consent

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

In the words of George L. Peet ( in his A Journal in the Federal Capital), when he visited Taiping in 1933: “I know of no more lovely sight in this country than the Taiping gardens when the rays of the early morning sun are shining obliquely through their clumps of bamboo, palms and isolated trees scattered on islands among the expanse of water. 608 more words

Open Close Form

Kai = Open

He = Close

Open, Close. The Kai He form is the third form I teach to students. Today I begin the learning journey of a student into this form. 307 more words

Tai Chi

Sung Enough?

How do you know if you are sung enough?

Many times, an explanation can only confuse rather than enlighten especially when we enter abstract territory. However, this topic is important for the student who wants to be able to progress further down the road. 204 more words

Tai Chi

09. My Once Good Right Leg

Before the biopsy surgery,
I could stand on my right leg
like the ‘golden rooster’ in Taiji
and perform the three foot, heel and toe kicks. 182 more words
Poetry

Stop Killing Dolphins in Taiji

Let’s get serious. I loved dolphins since I was a child. It hurts me too see them being killed in Taiji, Japan. I follow the… 347 more words

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