Latest Yao people Stories

2014-02-28 23:02:06

Dr. Stephen Yao BDS, DDS, MSD of Braces for Pretty Faces joined the Marines and Galaxy Press through their wholesome adventure Stories from the Golden Age—written by L. Ron Hubbard who was also a US Marine—in an all out campaign to attack poverty and illiteracy through the U.S. Marine Toys for Tots Literacy Program. Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2014 Dr. Stephen Yao BDS, DDS, MSD of Braces for Pretty Faces joined the Marines and Galaxy Press through their wholesome adventure...

2014-02-10 08:23:45

SEATTLE, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the aftermath of the epic win of the Seattle Seahawks and the changing of the leadership guard at Microsoft Corporation, the power of presence is making headlines. Executive Leadership Consultant Sara Harvey Yao - author of Get Present: Simple Strategies to Get Out of Your Head and Lead More Powerfully - says being present in the moment is the single biggest contributor to achieving breakthrough results. (Photo:...

2011-08-11 22:03:11

Saving motives a major factor in increased household savings With the global economy in a state of unrest, saving money seems to be an obvious strategy for households to protect themselves. But are global households saving enough? Researchers at the University of Missouri have compared savings habits of households from two of the world's most powerful economies: China and the United States. Rui Yao, an assistant professor in the personal financial planning department in the College of Human...

2011-04-18 10:04:00

BEIJING, April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- In a recent interview with Jingang Tian, Shaohua Yao discusses how contemporary Chinese painting art has ushered into an unprecedented thriving period. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110418/CN84700 ) Shaohua Yao is renowned for tiger paintings, and is now rising as another master after his teacher Shuangan Hu. His works are thought to have achieved an exciting breakthrough in the techniques of painting tigers. His unique style has...

2010-10-12 22:55:17

Rice University graduate student Jun Yao's research with silicon-oxide circuits could be a game-changer in nanoelectronicsTenacity, audacity, intuition, patience, a lot of talent and a little luck are healthy qualities for a young scientist. Jun Yao has them all.The fifth-year graduate student at Rice University believed so strongly in his discovery two years ago that he went to the mat for it.What Yao found could be a game-changer in the budding field of nanoelectronics. While working on a...

2010-05-19 09:18:19

MU Researcher studies affect on marketing strategies Since the Chinese government enacted the one-child policy in 1978 as a form of population control, the average age of Chinese citizens has begun to get older quickly. After recognizing this trend, Rui Yao, a University of Missouri assistant professor in the Personal Financial Planning department of the College of Human Environmental Sciences, studied the self-perceived age of aging Chinese consumers and how those perceptions should affect...

2009-05-01 15:12:40

U.S. investigations into tubular and pipe steel imported from China is troubling for the Chinese government, the Commerce Ministry said. The U.S. Commerce department this week said it was launching anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations into Chinese steel pipes used in oil and gas drilling, China's state-run news agency Xinhua reported. Countervailing duties are duties imposed under World Trade Organization rules to neutralize the negative effects of other duties, the online...

2008-06-27 06:02:08

By Long, Lisa A For many Americans, Southeast Asia and its inhabitants- particularly the Vietnamese and transnational ethnic groups such as the Hmong-become visible only through the lens of the Vietnam War. At the same time, contemporary Vietnamese tend to see that war as only one of the many imperialist conflicts in which they have been engaged for the past millennium.1 And the Hmong, with traditional roots in agriculture and no national ties to speak of, hold an even longer view, seeing...

2006-08-08 01:36:13

BEIJING (Reuters) - China coach Jonas Kazlauskas bemoaned Yao Ming's absence from the national team after the U.S. thrashed China by 46 points in a world championship warm-up match in Guangzhou, a the China Daily newspaper reported on Tuesday. "Yao is definitely what we need right now. We had some really tough games in Europe and back home. Without Yao, the team lost its confidence and leadership," Kazlauskas was quoted as saying. The 7ft-5in NBA All Star broke his left foot playing...

Word of the Day
  • Remarkable; prodigious.
  • Audacious; gutsy.
  • Completely; extremely.
  • Audaciously; boldly.
  • Impressively great in size; enormous; extraordinary.
This word is probably from the dialectal 'boldacious,' a blend of 'bold' and 'audacious.'