Rejuvenate Your Body With Massage Therapy

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One way of relaxing and reducing fatigue after a long week of stressful work is visiting a massage parlor. There are various types of massage, which focuses on certain areas of the body. This business is rapidly growing. You could find a massage parlor or spa anywhere around the globe. Their techniques and practices may differ. Massage therapist manipulates the muscles and tissue by pressing and rubbing. The main purpose of a massage is to relax the muscles, augment the blood flow and to diminish pain. This technique of healing could be dated way back from the ancient century. Some famous massages are the Swedish, Thai, shiatsu, and trigger point massage. Each has their own unique set of techniques.

Massage therapist attend a school or training program to acquire the necessary skills. It typically covers basic medical subjects such as anatomy and physiology. They may practice one or more massage, depending on their skills and capabilities. You should have the proper knowledge on delivering a massage to avoid injuries to the patient.

These skills are needed to provide the patient with the best therapy. This helps in healing not just the patient s physical pain but also his mind, body and soul. They should also have the skills in interacting with the patient.

Massage could last up to an hour or depending on your preference. The environment is soothing with the unique ambiance and aroma. The element of a dim light, soft music and sweet scent gives you a more calming feeling. Some massage spas are located on beaches or lakes. This allows you to connect with nature while relaxing. You may lie on a padded table or sit on a chair depending on the type of massage. Oil or powder could be applied to reduced skin friction. Some may also used heated stones or other elements to aid in your healing. It feels like being rejuvenated after undergoing massage therapy. There are many benefits from undergoing a massage therapy aside from relaxation and reduction of stress. Enumerated below are advantages that could be gain from massage therapy:

* It helps in stimulating the body in releasing harmful chemicals

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* Relaxes your mind thus improving sleep.

* Decreases muscle pains and aids in the healing of strain tissues.

* The risk of acquiring diseases through stress and fatigue could be minimized

* Regain your lost energy

* Improves blood circulation

* Minimize anxiety

* Improves posture

* Assist in strengthening the immune system of the body.

* Makes your breathing much easier

* Creates a stable and relaxed state of mind

* Increases well being.

Massage is a good practice for each and every one of us. Reducing stress which is the main contributor of diseases is something to consider. Frequent massage could unwind your body and mind. There is no scientific explanation but regular massage could maintain your youthful glow, allowing you to stay active both physically and mentally. Investing time and money for your health should be well thought-out. Adding this to your wellness plan could be beneficial.

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Explosion at new shopping centre in Bath, United Kingdom

Explosion at new shopping centre in Bath, United Kingdom

Friday, September 26, 2008

An explosion has taken place in the city centre of Bath, United Kingdom in a new shopping centre which is still being built. The explosion is said to have been caused by a gas canister that caught fire and exploded, setting fire to the building. Firefighters responded and were able to extinguish it at around 18:00 BST, approximately one hour after the explosion took place.

Several shops including Marks and Spencer, Boots and Game were evacuated. Bath Spa railway station was also closed off. Avon and Somerset police spokeswoman Jenny Bigwood said “The area has been cordoned off at the request of the fire and rescue service as there are believed to be a number of gas cylinders on the site.” The fire service spokesperson also said that “officers were called just after 5pm today to a report of a fire at the SouthGate building site.”

According to eyewitness reports there was “black smoke, …a few bangs and a series of fairly large explosions.”

Bath Spa railway station has since reopened but several people cannot get their cars out of the area due to closed roads. A shelter has been set up at the Pavilion near the leisure centre in North Parade Road. The centre was due to open in 2009 but is due to be delayed.

Despite the large size of the explosion, it is believed that no one has suffered from any injuries as a result of the incident.

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Prosecutors drop assault case against former US VP Gore

Prosecutors drop assault case against former US VP Gore

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Former United States vice president Al Gore will not be facing assault charges due to allegations made by a masseuse in 2006, according to the Portland, Oregon district attorney’s office.

Molly Hagerty, 54, claimed Gore “sexually assault[ed] me in his [hotel] room.” Hagerty was called to Gore’s Portland hotel room to give him a massage. Hagerty said Gore pinned her down and “he kept trying to have sex with [her].”

Prosecutors closed the case, but after tabloid National Inquirer interviewed Hagerty they reopened the case. Hagerty refused to take a polygraph test.

Deputy DA Don Rees said there is “contradictory evidence, conflicting witness statements, credibility issues, lack of forensic evidence, and denials by Mr. Gore.”

Rees continued saying Hagerty and her attorneys were uncooperative in the investigation.

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Final bidder submits SGD5.5 billion plan for Singapore casino

Final bidder submits SGD5.5 billion plan for Singapore casino

Wednesday, November 1, 2006

The third and last bidder for Singapore’s Sentosa Integrated Resort (IR) project, Eighth Wonder, submitted its development plan yesterday: a SGD 5.5 billion(USD 3.52 billion) eco-friendly casino known as “Harry’s Island”.

Harry’s Island will boast 10 luxury, family-oriented hotels, a tree house with family suites, and a 7,500-seat Caldera theater which will feature nightly spectacular shows.

Eighth Wonder says it wants to make Harry’s Island a world-class, must-see tourist destination and has roped-in several big names in its tender. If selected, the resort will have spas and health centers run by health guru Deepak Chopra, Vera Wang hotels with access to her entire wedding collection, and a soccer academy with Brazilian soccer icon Pele giving his input.

Harry’s Island will create around 15,000 jobs, including 5000 in the food and beverage industry.

The company believes it can recover its investments by 2015 by generating over $5.6 billion in five years; it hopes to bring nearly 15 million visitors annually by 2014.

The Sentosa IR project is the second of two IR tenders offered by the Singapore Government: the first was located in Marina Bay.

The Singapore government is expected to announce the winner in December.

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The Game Of Life And How To Play It

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Most people consider life a battle but it is not a battle, it is a game. The game of life is a game of boomerangs. Our thoughts, deeds and words return to us sooner or later with astounding accuracy. It is a game, however, which cannot be played successfully without the knowledge of spiritual law. So wrote Florence Scovel Shinn one of the greatest American spiritual teachers of the twentieth century in 1925 her spiritual classic The Game of Life and How to Play It.

Florence Shinn approaches mastering The Game from ten empowering viewpoints:

1.How to Play the Game

Shinn declares, Jesus Christ taught that life is a great game of Giving and Receiving: Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap. This means that whatever man sends out in word or deed, will return to him; what he gives, he will receive. If he gives hate, he will receive hate; if he gives love, he will receive love; if he gives criticism, he will receive criticism; if he lies he will be lied to; if he cheats he will be cheated.

According to Shinn, there are three departments of the mind:

a) The subconscious is simply power, without direction. It is like steam or electricity, and it does what it is directed to do; it has no power of induction.

b) The conscious mind has been called mortal or carnal mind. It is the human mind and sees life as it appears to be. It sees death, disaster, sickness, poverty and limitation of every kind, and it impresses the subconscious.

c) The superconscious mind is the God Mind within each man, and is the realm of perfect ideas. There is a place that you are to fill and no one else can fill, something you are to do, which no one else can do. There is a perfect picture of this in the superconscious mind.

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2. The Law of Prosperity

To experience God as man’s supply, man must have perfect faith in his spoken word. We know now, that words and thoughts are a tremendous vibratory force, ever moulding man’s body and affairs, counsels the author.

3. The Power of the Word

Shinn admonishes, Through his spoken word, man is continually making laws for himself. For example: I have a friend who often says on the phone, Do come to see me and have a nice old-fashioned chat. This old-fashioned chat means an hour of about five hundred to a thousand destructive words, the principal topics being loss, lack, failure and sickness. I reply: No, I thank you. I’ve had enough old-fashioned chats in my life, they are too expensive, but I will be glad to have a new-fashioned chat, and talk about what we want, not what we don’t want.

4. The Law of Nonresistance

Nothing on earth can resist an absolutely nonresistant person. The Chinese say that water is the most powerful element, because it is perfectly nonresistant. It can wear away a rock, and sweep all before it.

Jesus said, Resist not evil. Shinn interprets that Jesus knew in reality, there is no evil, therefore nothing to resist. Evil has come of man’s vain imagination, or a belief in two powers, good and evil. There is an old legend, that Adam and Eve ate of Maya the Tree of Illusion, and saw two powers instead of one power, God. Therefore, evil is a false law that man has made for himself, through psychoma or soul sleep.

Chapter 5: The Law of Karma

Shinn emphasizes that man receives only that which he gives. This is the law of Karma, which is Sanskrit for Comeback. Man should always demand only that which is his by divine right. Man is admonished, “My will be done not thine,” and the curious thing is, man always gets just what he desires when he does relinquish personal will, thereby enabling Infinite Intelligence to work through him. If he desires riches, he must be rich first in consciousness. Jesus Christ brought the good news (the gospel) that there was a higher law than the law of Karma and that that law transcends the law of Karma. It is the law of grace, or forgiveness. It is the law which frees man from the law of cause and effect the law of consequence.

6. Casting the Burden

Shinn shares her main technique to impress the unconscious with good: I found the easiest way is to cast thy burden upon the Lord. Many passages in the Bible state that the battle is God’s not man’s and that man is always to “stand still” and see the Salvation of the Lord. This indicates that the superconscious mind (or Christ within) is the department which fights man’s battle and relieves him of burdens.

She gives the example of a woman in urgent need of money that made the statement, I cast this burden of lack on the Christ (within) and I go free to have plenty! The belief in lack was her burden, and as she cast it upon the Christ within, the superconscious flooded the subconscious with its belief of plenty, and an avalanche of supply was the result.

Chapter 7: Love

The author is clear about the nature of authentic love: Real love is selfless and free from fear. It pours itself out upon the object of its affection, without demanding any return. Its joy is in the joy of giving. Love does not need to seek or demand.

She gives an example of a woman that came to her in deep distress: The man she loved had left her for other women, and said he never intended to marry her. She was torn with jealousy and resentment and said she hoped he would suffer as he had made her suffer; and added, How could he leave me when I loved him so much? I replied, You are not loving that man, you are hating him, and added, You can never receive what you have never given. Give a perfect love and you will receive a perfect love. The woman took Shinn s advice and the situation harmonized so much that the woman ended up happily married to the man.

8. Intuition or Guidance

The power of intuition is underscored by Shinn: There is nothing too great of accomplishment for the man who knows the power of his word, and who follows his intuitive leads. Speak the word and then do not do anything until you get a definite lead. Demand the lead, saying, Infinite spirit, reveal to me the way, let me know if there is anything for me to do. The answer will come through intuition (or hunch); a chance remark from someone, or a passage in a book, etc.

9. Perfect Self-Expression

There is perfect self-expression for each person. As Shinn relates, There is a place which he is to fill and no one else can fill, something which he is to do, which no one else can do; it is his destiny! This achievement is held, a perfect idea in Divine Mind, awaiting man’s recognition.

10. Denials and Affirmations

Cautioning that one should always follow a denial with an affirmation, Shinn gives a personal example: I was called on the phone to treat a man whom I had never seen. He was apparently very ill. I made the statement: I deny this appearance of disease. It is unreal, therefore cannot register in his consciousness; this man is a perfect idea in Divine Mind, pure substance expressing perfection. The next morning he was much better, and the following day our attending to his business.

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Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Progessive Conservative candidate Tyler Currie, Trinity-Spadina

Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Progessive Conservative candidate Tyler Currie, Trinity-Spadina

Monday, October 1, 2007

Tyler Currie is running as an Progressive Conservative candidate in the Ontario provincial election, in the riding of Trinity-Spadina. Wikinews’ Nick Moreau interviewed him regarding his values, his experience, and his campaign.

Stay tuned for further interviews; every candidate from every party is eligible, and will be contacted. Expect interviews from Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, New Democratic Party members, Ontario Greens, as well as members from the Family Coalition, Freedom, Communist, Libertarian, and Confederation of Regions parties, as well as independents.

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Predictable random number generator discovered in the Debian version of OpenSSL

Predictable random number generator discovered in the Debian version of OpenSSL

Friday, May 16, 2008

A major security hole was discovered in the pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) of the Debian version of OpenSSL. OpenSSL is one of the most used cryptographic software, that allows the creation of secure network connections with the protocols called SSL and TLS. It is included in many popular computer programs, like the Mozilla Firefox web browser and the Apache web server. Debian is one of the most used GNU/Linux distributions, on which are based other distributions, like Ubuntu and Knoppix. The problem affects all the Debian-based distributions that were used to create cryptographic keys since the September 17, 2006. The bug was discovered by Luciano Bello, an argentine Debian package maintainer, and was announced on May 13, 2008.

This vulnerability was caused by the removal of two lines of code from the original version of the OpenSSL library. These lines were used to gather some entropy data by the library, needed to seed the PRNG used to create private keys, on which the secure connections are based. Without this entropy, the only dynamic data used was the PID of the software. Under Linux the PID can be a number between 1 and 32,768, that is a too small range of values if used to seed the PRNG and will cause the generation of predictable numbers. Therefore any key generated can be predictable, with only 32,767 possible keys for a given architecture and key length, and the secrecy of the network connections created with those keys is fully compromised.

These lines were removed as “suggested” by two audit tools (Valgrind and Purify) used to find vulnerabilities in the software distributed by Debian. These tools warned the Debian maintainers that some data was used before its initialization, that normally can lead to a security bug, but this time it was not the case, as the OpenSSL developers wrote on March 13, 2003. Anyway this change was erroneously applied on September 17, 2006, when the OpenSSL Debian version 0.9.8c-1 was released to the public.

Even though the Debian maintainer responsible for this software released a patch to fix this bug on May 8, 2008, the impact may be severe. In fact OpenSSL is commonly used in software to protect the passwords, to offer privacy and security. Any private key created with this version of OpenSSL is weak and must be replaced, included the session keys that are created and used only temporary. This means that any data encrypted with these keys can be decrypted without a big deal, even if these keys are used (but not created) with a version of the library not affected, like the ones included in other operating systems.

For example any web server running under any operating system may use a weak key created on a vulnerable Debian-based system. Any encrypted connection (HTTPS) to this web server established by any browser can be decrypted. This may be a serious problem for sites that requires a secure connection, like banks or private web sites. Also, if some encrypted connection was recorded in the past, it can be decrypted in the same way.

Another serious problem is for the network security software, like OpenSSH and OpenVPN, that are used to encrypt the traffic to protect passwords and grant the access to an administrative console or a private network protected by firewalls. This may allows hackers to gain unwanted access to private computers, networks or data traveled over the network, even if a not affected version of OpenSSL was used.

The same behavior can be applied to any software or protocol that use SSL, like POP3S, SSMTP, FTPS, if used with a weak key. This is the case of Tor, software used to offer strong anonymity on the TCP/IP, where about 300 of 1,500-2,000 nodes used a weak key. With 15-20% of weak Tor nodes, there is a probability of 0.34-0.8% circa to build a circuit that has all tree nodes weak, resulting in a full loss of anonymity. Also the case of only one weak node begin used may facilitate some types of attack to the anonymity. The Tor hidden services, a sort of anonymous public servers, are affected too. However the issue was speedly addressed on May 14, 2008.

The same problem also interested anonymous remailers like Mixmaster and Mixminion, that use OpenSSL to create the remailer keys for the servers and the nym keys for the clients. Although currently there is no official announcement, at least two remailer changed their keys because were weak.

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Administrative Support Resume Accomplishments Are Key

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Writing an administrative support resume? Gain a competitive edge by including professional accomplishments that will motivate employers to call. A former recruiter identifies 5 questions to ask yourself when preparing your resume.


Coming up with relevant professional accomplishments for use on a resume is not always easy. That’s especially true if you’re writing a clerical or administrative support resume, as much of the job of administrative or office support doesn’t lend itself to the kind of over-the-top accomplishments that move the earth and win wars. Still, professional accomplishments are necessary: they breathe life into a resume, and provide an opportunity to get a leg up on your competition.

Help in Identifying Accomplishments for your Administrative Support Resume

If you find yourself staring into space while trying to come up with accomplishments for a clerical or administrative support resume, you’ve got plenty of company. But shaking free of writers’ block is often as simple as forcing yourself to think beyond the everyday duties you perform. Here are some probing questions to ask yourself to get you started.

– Did you improve the filing system for the office? If so, an accomplishment might sound like:

Designed and implemented an improved file management system that reduced file backlog from three days to one.

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– Were you the point person in an office startup or expansion? If so, a resume accomplishment might sound like:

Established office procedures supporting a doubling in medical staff with no subsequent increase in support personnel.

– Did you have a hand in improving the efficiency or speed of office procedures? If so, an accomplishment might sound like:

Developed a tracking and call-back system for delinquent accounts that reduced A/R collection period by 75%.

– Did you save your company money? If so, an accomplishment might sound like:

Reduced annual insurance expenses $28,000 by re-negotiating malpractice, health and disability insurance policies.

– Were you involved in the transition of something technical? If so, an accomplishment might sound like:

Upgraded and migrated 6 office computers to a UNIX-based platform.

– Did you receive training, or did you initiate a learning experience outside your job description? If so, an accomplishment might sound like:

Enrolled in evening university classes (labor and employment law) to better assist legal staff in case work.

– Were you recognized for exemplary performance? If so, a resume accomplishment might sound like:

Received numerous customer comments and correspondence–as well as a company bonus–in recognition for exemplary customer service.

Your Administrative Support Resume – Target Your Next Job

Once you’ve asked the questions and identified a number of accomplishments that will look good on the resume, make sure those accomplishments speak directly to the kind of position you’re seeking. If the position opening has been posted or otherwise advertised, you can glean loads of information from the job description that will help you target your resume like a laser beam.

Finally, if your paper is still blank after these exercises, make a commitment this day to begin keeping a journal of the contributions you make to your company. Remembered and recorded, professional accomplishments will serve you long after the initial accolades.

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International conference agrees on plan for Yemen’s terror problem

International conference agrees on plan for Yemen’s terror problem

Thursday, January 28, 2010

An international conference in London on Tuesday came up with a plan to fight al-Qaeda’s presence in Yemen. Delegates present at the conference were from twenty countries, including Yemen, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The conference was called by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown due to the failed Christmas Day plot to blow up a US plane, for which al-Qaeda in Yemen claimed responsibility. However, the attendees stress that the al-Qaeda presence is not Yemen’s only problem, and that it cannot be solved without first dealing with the others.

we—the international community—can and must do more.

Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, said that bringing peace to Yemen and making it more stable is a major priority for the United States. She said that the United States had signed a three-year agreement on security development in Yemen. “To help the people of Yemen, we—the international community—can and must do more. And so must the Yemeni government,” she said.

Clinton said that she does not believe that military action would be enough to solve Yemen’s problems, and that corruption must be combated as well as building up democratic institutions and promoting human rights. She asked that the government of Yemen begin its proposed ten-point program for the development of these areas and to reduce the influence of extremist organisations.

Yemen is the poorest nation in the Arab world, and its economy was also on the meeting’s agenda. The United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary David Miliband chaired the talks, and said that the Yemeni government had pledged to begin an attempt to combat this by entering into discussions with the International Monetary Fund, representatives of which were present at the conference, in order to put together a plan for its economy.

In tackling terrorism it is vital to tackle its root causes. In Yemen’s case these are manifold—economic, social and political

Miliband also announced that a “Friends of Yemen” organisation was to be launched, to discuss the economy, government, and judicial process of Yemen. Also present were delegates from the United Nations, European Union, and World Bank. Miliband acknowledged that the solution was not simply a military one by saying at a press conference, “It’s been a common feature of every contribution that we have heard today that the assault on Yemen’s problems cannot begin and end with its security challenges and its counter-terrorism strategy. In tackling terrorism it is vital to tackle its root causes. In Yemen’s case these are manifold—economic, social and political”.

Ali Mujawar, the Prime Minister of Yemen, received this support warmly, but said that any attack on the nation’s sovereignty would be considered “unacceptable”, and that it should not be portrayed as a failing nation, despite a multitude of problems, including its damaged economy, rapidly growing population, and shrinking oil reserves, as well as the beginning of a drought and its problems with insurgents, such as al-Qaeda terrorists. British Foreign Office Minister Ivan Lewis echoed Mujawar’s statements by saying that Yemen is “not a failed state”, but “an incredibly fragile state”. Lewis also said that “[s]upporting the government of Yemen is crucial to the stability of that country but it is also crucial to the stability of the world”.

Yemen’s Foreign Minister, Abu Bakr al-Qirbi, asked the delegates at the conference for “international support to build infrastructure, combat poverty and create jobs, as well as support in combating terrorism”. However, he said that the idea of having US military bases in Yemen was “inconceivable”.

Arab League secretary general Amr Moussa is unsure how useful the meeting will be. He expressed these concerns by telling the BBC, “I don’t know how a conference like that can decide something useful, something reasonable for Yemen… in a couple of hours”, and saying that it was a “strange” and “very unusual sign” that the Arab League had not been given the chance to send delegates to the conference, despite wanting to discuss all of Yemen’s problems without specific focus on al-Qaeda. Despite these concerns, donors from a number of Western and Gulf nations have agreed to meed again, this time in the Saudi Arabian capital city of Riyadh, in February.

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Africans keep the leading position at 2008 Mumbai Marathon

Africans keep the leading position at 2008 Mumbai Marathon

Sunday, January 20, 2008

The Standard Chartered Marathon, nicknamed “The Greatest Race on Earth“, held its third stage in Mumbai, India today. Because of the scorching hot weather in India, marathon runners had to adapt to the weather to overcome the challenge.

More than 30,000 runners participated in this race, joined by local NGOs and disabled who participated in a special charity short-distance running including 6km dream run, 4.3 km senior, and 2.5km wheel-chair classes. Gabriela Szabo, former Romanian Olympic Gold Medalist, named as charity ambassador of the race, was pleased by the participation from experts and NGOs.

An hour into the race, former champion Daniel Rono and Joseph Kimisi took the lead, but then Tariku Jifar from Ethiopia and defending champion John Ekiru Kelai took over Rono and Kimisi. After 40 kilometres, Kelai took a decisive lead and finally retained his champion title in 2 hours 12 minutes 22 seconds.

In the Women’s Group, Mulu Seboka from Ethiopia won the champion with 2H30m03s. Local runners Surendra Singh & Kavita Raut won the Men’s and Women’s Champions in the half-marathon class.

Division & Groups Men’s Group Women’s Group
South East Asia Dang Duc Bao Nguyen (Vietnam) 2:30’57” Pacharee Chaitongsri (Thailand) 2:55’29”
North East Asia Chin-chi Chiang (Chinese Taipei) 2:33’33” Xin Zhang (China) 2:53’59”
South Asia and Middle East Ajith Bandara Adikari Mudiyanselage (Sri Lanka) 2:24’07” Lakmini Anuradhi Bogahawatta (Sri Lanka) 3:04’21”
Africa John Ekiru Kelai (Kenya B) 2:12’22” Irene Kemunto Mogaka (Kenya B) 2:32’50”
Europe and Oceania Oleg Kharitonov (Russia) 2:30’55” Helen Stanton (Australia) 2:52’33”
America Paulino Canchanya Canchanya (Peru) 2:28’13” Rosangela Figueredo Silva (Brazil) 2:58’16”

Division & Groups Men’s Group Women’s Group
South East Asia Vietnam Thailand
North East Asia Chinese Taipei China
South Asia & Middle East India Sri Lanka
Africa Kenya B Kenya B
Europe & Oceania Russia Finland
America Peru United States

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