Preventing Nuclear Dangers in Southeast Asia and Australasia (An IISS Strategic Dossier) Publisher: The International Institute for Strategic Studies | ISBN: 0860792048 | 2009 | PDF | 208 pages | 4.6 MB
Marco Polo's China: A Venetian in the Realm of Khubilai Khan (Routledge Studies in the Early History of Asia) by Stephen G. Haw English | January 15, 2006 | ISBN: 0415546001, 0415348501 | 224 pages | PDF | 5.07 MB
Tine Schrammel - Clusters as an instrument to bridge institutional voids in transition economies: Lessons learned from Southeast Europe Published: 2014-05-31 | ISBN: 3658057246 | PDF | 267 pages | 13 MB
Unpatriotic History of the Second World War by James Heartfield English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 1780993781 | EPUB | 557 pages | 2,6 MB
Sixty million people died in the Second World War, and still they tell us it was the Peoples War. The official history of the Second World War is Victors History. This is the history of the Second World War without the patriotic whitewash.
Architectural Review Asia Pacific Magazine August/September 2014 English | 94 Pages | PDF | 43MB
AR magazine relaunches as Architectural Review Asia Pacific. Architectural Review Australia has been the independent voice of Australian architecture for over 25 years. Widely read and respected by architectural practitioners, affiliated professional and all who have a keen interest in the field, AR works collaboratively with opinion leaders to provide considered, provocative and fresh insights into the world of contemporary Australian architecture.
Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Ecosystems in SE Asia - Special Publication no 315 (Geological Society Special Publication) by E Buffetaut, G Cuny, J Le Loeuff, V Suteethorn English | May 15, 2009 | ISBN: 1862392757 | 515 pages | PDF | 4.81 MB
Deep in the jungles of Southeast Asia, a terrorist organization has stolen materials to create a dangerous chemical bomb. It is up to Captain Max Randall and his team of Marines to stop them. But when Randall's team kills the terrorist leader's son, the group responds by kidnapping General Wallace's daughter. It is up to Randall to save her and stop the terrorist attack in this action-packed, explosive thriller from legendary producer Roger Corman.
A Chinese History Reader by Sun Xiaoyu Publisher: Cengage Learning Asia | 2009 | ISBN: 9814281700 | 334 pages | PDF | 25,3 MB
This book provides a concise introduction to the Chinese history, covering a long time span extending from antiquity through the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty. Historical periods elaborated include the pre-Qin period; the Qin and Han Dynasties; the Wei, Jin, and Southern and Northern Dynasties; the Tang, Song, and Yuan Dynasties; and the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Written by a group of historians from the prestigious Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the book has incorporated some of the latest research findings in the field of Chinese historical studies.
"Look what you've done!" "Hello, what's your name?" "To be or not to be, that is the question." "Well, talk to me!" All these are quotes from some of the talkative birds featured on the NATURE show PARROTS: LOOK WHO'S TALKING. These birds are living, breathing "recordings" of the phrases people say to them. From Flo the Yellow-naped Amazon, who sings opera, to Candy the budgie, who wants to cuddle, parrots are flamboyant both inside and out. With about 340 species to choose from, parrots make up more than 16 percent of the 50 million pet birds worldwide. Parrots, along with lorikeets, cockatoos and parakeets, fall under the class Aves and the order psittaciformes. Their habitat ranges worldwide, but most species prefer the warm, tropical climates of Australia, South America, and southeast Asia. In general, wild parrots mate for life, nesting in large cavities either underground or in hollow trees. Some species, such as macaws, lay two eggs from which only one youngster will survive.