Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Adrian Florin Pi (born 16 July 1983 in tei) is a Romanian footballer who currently is Free Agent. He played with former teammate and countryman Cristian Ianu in UTA and Bellinzona, where he wore the number 10 shirt. He was signed by Roma from the Swiss Second Division club on free transfer, for a one year contract which was later extended. Pit was subsequently loaned out to Serie B side Pisa for the 2008 09 season. But in February 2009, his loan was canceled.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jordan Road is a road in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It spans from the West Kowloon Highway in West Kowloon, through Ferry Point to Gascoigne Road, and is a major east-west road in southern Kowloon. At the end of the road, there was the Jordan Road Ferry Pier in Ferry Point, with ferries carrying passengers and vehicles to Central of Hong Kong Island. Until the completion of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, it was a major transport hub to and from the Hong Kong Island. There was also an important bus terminus, Jordan Road Ferry Pier Bus Terminus, near the pier. The bus terminus hosted many routes to the New Territories. After the completion of major part of reclamation in the West Kowloon, the bus terminus was moved to Jordan (Wui Cheung Road) Bus Terminus in the new reclamation nearby, near the Kowloon Station of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) and the Airport Express. These factors make Jordan Road an important transportation access point.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Uemura Masahisa (15 January, 1857 8 January, 1925) was a Japanese Christian pastor, theologian and critic of Meiji and Taish periods. Uemura was the eldest son of Tojuiro and Tei, of the family of Hatamoto (rank of samurai). His birth name was Michitaro. Though his family was wealthy, they fell into bankruptcy at the time of the Meiji Restoration. He came into contact with Christianity when he went to Tokyo to study at Shubunkan and the preparatory school run by James Hamilton Ballagh. In June, 1873 he was baptized at the Yokohama Public Church by Ballagh. His parents and younger brothers were also baptized later. Soon he decided to become an evangelist, studying at Brown Preparatory School and Icchi Shin Gakko (United Seminary). He was ordained in 1880 and became the pastor of Shitaya (Toshimagaoka) church. In 1887 he established the church that would later become Fujimicho Church and served as pastor there for the rest of his life.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yasuharu Konishi is a Japanese musician, composer and DJ. He was a founding member of Pizzicato Five and the only founding member to stay with the group until its breakup in 2002. Konishi''s current activities are through his company readymade entertainment and his record label 524 records (a play on words from Konishi''s name, as the numbers 524 can be read ko-ni-shi in Japanese using goroawase). Konishi is a prolific producer, composer, arranger and remixer. He has written, produced and arranged in collaboration with many artists, such as Unicorn, Towa Tei, Mari Natsuki, Cornelius, Yumi Yoshimura of Puffy AmiYumi, Akiko Wada, SMAP and Mika Nakashima. Konishi''s remixes are featured in a far greater range of recordings. In addition to remixing individual tracks for a wide variety of artists for inclusion in their own releases, Konishi has been a prominent figure in several remix-only projects. Some of these have centered on music from cartoons, such as Lupin III and Astro Boy. Others have focused on specific artists, such as James Brown and Tom Jones.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Wah Yan College, Kowloon is a Latin Rite Catholic secondary school for boys, located at 56 Waterloo Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. It is sponsored by the Society of Jesus.According to the school website, the school is aimed to give students opportunity to know Christ, to build a school/learning community in which everybody may respect and co-operate with each other, to encourage students to work for a just society, and to serve the needy. The main focus of the school''s mission from 2009-2014 is to enhance the learning capacity of the students.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ueekata was a rank in the aristocracy of Okinawa''s Ry ky Kingdom. It was the highest rank below anji, and members of the Council of Three, a very high-ranking governmental body, were chosen from among the ueekata. Ueekata rank was generally obtained as the last step in a progression from shii rank to satunushi, then to peekumi, and finally to ueekata. As with other Ryukyuan aristocratic titles, a noble would often be referred to by their title, along with an associated placename. For example, royal government official Tei D (1549-1611) is equally well-known by the title Jana Ueekata, or "ueekata of Jana," Jana being an area (specifically, an azana) within what is today the city of Ginowan, Okinawa.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yasu was a town located in the former Kami District, K chi, Japan. On March 1, 2006 Yasu was merged with the towns of Akaoka, Kagami and Noichi, and the village of Yoshikawa, all from Kami District, to form the new city of K nan and no longer exists as an independent municipality. The port, Tei, is located in the south-east of the town and dates from the Edo period, over 200 years ago. The port walls of the time have remained intact. The main industries of Yasu are fisheries and farming. Local products include melons and various fruits. As of June 2004, the town had an estimated population of 4,440 and a density of 108.32 persons per km². The total area was 39.07 km². As of July 2004, Yasu Junior High School has an enrollment of 97 students between the ages of 12 and 15. As Yasu has no high school, graduating students will continue to high schools in the Kami Area, Aki (to the east) and K nan (to the west).
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