PA Tea
PA Tea, Bitchy or PA Chai Vue ( Vwj Paj Cai . Puas Cai Vue . Batchai ) — the leader of the Hmong during the uprising against the French…

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Korea: the Korean hospitality through the eyes of Koreans and foreigners
"Supplement and snacks at an additional cost" - shares his experience of the writer Pak sun Mi after visiting Japan. The same trend is observed in the most populous country…

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Tea culture of Korea

Tea culture Korea has a long history. In “Historical notes of the Three kingdoms” (“Samguk Saga”), written by order of the king in 1145 year in the era of the Koryo dynasty (918-1392 G. G.) a record that the tea culture in Korea was widely spread even during the reign of Queen Sondok (632-647.), the 27th ruler of the Kingdom, the Power, the envoy of Kim Dae-REM by order of the king was brought from Tang China tea seeds, which the king ordered to put on the warm southern slope of mount jirisan. Today grow wild teas.

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To “Samguk Saga” existed more ancient records, but they were all destroyed by fire during the numerous invasions of the Korean territory. Although these historical records are not preserved, we believe that tea culture of Korea began long before the time of writing “Samguk Saga”.

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There is information about that in the 1st century of our er Indian Princess from the Kingdom of Aedia with their relatives lived for some time in Sichuan province (China), and then the ship sailed into the Korean Continue reading

PA Tea

PA Tea, Bitchy or PA Chai Vue ( Vwj Paj Cai . Puas Cai Vue . Batchai ) — the leader of the Hmong during the uprising against the French authorities in French Indochina from 1918 to 1921, which was called the uprising of the insane. He is revered as a national hero of the Hmong in French literature, he acquired the reputation of a madman.

1. The political situation

The first World War seriously disrupted the French economy, which affected the colonies. In 1918, the French imposed excessive taxes on the local population, trying to make the colony more profitable. Those who could not pay his taxes with silver or opium, were forced even to sell their children; the colonial authorities began to use forced labor.

2. Youth

PA Tea was an orphan, he grew up in the province of Lao Cai in the family of his uncle Cao Chu Vue (Xauv Tswb Vwj). From childhood he was a born leader. He often showed a spectacular show — for example, jumping onto the roof of the house and blew a cotton ball. The Hmong began to attribute to him supernatural powers. He got married, he had a son. He showed great social activity. He stated that he communicates with God, who will protect the Hmong, will make them rich and healthy, and will free them from Thai and French. He taught the Hmong the letter. His followers worshipped him like the Messiah.

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Center for medical tourism in South Korea – Bona Medical Treatment in Korea

Cure in Korea

Medicine in Korea is intensively and successfully developed in the past fifteen years, and is now considered one of the best in the world.

Since the beginning of 2009 all public clinics in South Korea, with government support, began to focus on providing medical services to foreign patients .

Therefore, in hospitals there are special primary admissions departments, wards and health centres . with staff speaking English and other languages that accompany foreign patients and coordinate their treatment in Korean hospitals. Medical center offers you Bona Venture support and coordination of health services in the Russian language in any clinic in South Korea.

Also in the Republic of Korea to facilitate the entrance were introduced special medical visas for up to 1 year. Bona Venture will help you with getting medical visas. Such organization of activity of medical institutions and its strict control of the state gave an additional guarantee of high quality medical services .

Treatment in Korea today – is receiving medical services from highly qualified specialists using the latest technologies in well equipped medical centres.

Modern methods of diagnosis . presented in South Korean hospitals and medical Continue reading