Bangladesh is a Next Elevenemerging economy. It has achieved significant strides in human and social development since independence, including in progress in gender equity, universal primary education, food production, health and population control. However, Bangladesh continues to face numerous political, economic, social and environmental challenges, including political instability, corruption, poverty, overpopulation and climate change.
While the word "Bengali" is generally used to refer to people of ethnic Bengali descent, including those living in India and other countries, the demonym "Bangladeshi" (Bengali: বাংলাদেশী Bānlādēśī) is being used to describe all citizens of Bangladesh, including non-Bengalis. The origin of the name Bengal (known as Bangla and Bongo in Bengali language) is unknown. One theory suggests that the word derives from "Bang", a Dravidian tribe that settled the region around 1000 BC. The word might have been derived from the ancient kingdom of Vanga (or Banga), which came from the Austric word "Bonga" meaning the Sun-god. The Indo-Aryan suffix "(-desh)" is derived from the Sanskrit word deśha- ("region, province, country") (see Desi) means "land" or "country" in Bengali language, so Bangladesh means "The land of Bengal".
After a period of civil war, the Bengali Buddhist Pala Empire was established circa 750 CE. Its rulers were followers of theMahayana school of Buddhism. The Palas ushered an age of stability and imperialism. They patronized many universities and temples. Pala sculpture and painting are considered among the most finest of ancient Asian art. The cultural and architectural influence of the empire traveled to Tibet and Southeast Asia. The Pala dynasty ruled for four hundred years, reaching its peak under Dharmapala and Devapala. The resurgence of Brahmanical Hinduism brought the Sena and Devadynasties to power. The Senas consolidated the caste system in Bengal. They ruled for more than 150 years. 
Mahasthangarh is the oldest archaeological site in Bangladesh. It dates back to 700 BCE and was the ancient capital of the Pundra Kingdom.
The Sixty Dome Mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was built in the Sultanate period
Islam was introduced to the Bengal region by Muslim traders and missionaries after the 7th century. The excavation of Abbasid Caliphate coins in Bangladeshi archaeological sites indicate trade and political relations between the Pala Empire and the Islamic Middle East.Sufism played an instrumental role in the spread of Islam in Bengal.
From 1517 onwards, Portuguese traders from Malacca and Goa were traversing the sea routes to Bengal. In 1528 they were permitted to open factories and customs houses in Chittagong, which grew into the settlement of Porto Grande. Sher Shah Suri conquered Bengal in 1538. He developed the Grand Trunk Road from Kabul to Chittagong. The Sur dynasty was replaced by the Afghan Karranis in 1564. The decline of the Bengal Sultanate increased the power of the aristocracy, giving rise to the Baro-Bhuyan landlords. Led by Isa Khan, the Baro-Bhuyans controlled much of eastern Bengal in the late 16th-century. They put up stiff resistance to the expansion of the Mughals, the Ahom kingdom and the Koch dynasty. The Kingdom of Mrauk U was formed in 1530 and placed Chittagong under Arakanese rule. Mrauk U was a focal point for medieval Bengali literary activities, as the royal court of Arakan became a haven for Muslim writers and bureaucrats.
The Mughal Empire controlled Bengal at the end of the 16th century. Dhaka was renamed as Jahangir Nagar and became an important Mughal administrative centre. The Mughals promoted agrarian reform. During the reign of Akbar, the Bengali calendar was modified in line with the Islamic hijri. The region witnessed a boom in manufacturing and agriculture, as exports grew and integration into the world economy increased. Shaista Khan defeated the Arakanese and retook Chittagong in 1666. The decline of Mughal power in the 18th-century led to the formation of the Principality of Bengal. The Nawabs of Bengal presided over a period of increasing influence from European traders. Bengal was probably the wealthiest part of the subcontinent until the 18th century.
During the Second World War, the Japanese Air Force conducted air raids in Chittagong.Allied forces were stationed in bases across the region in support of the Burma Campaign. After the war, the British government began plans for a quick exit from the subcontinent. Negotiations between political parties, principally the Muslim League and the Congress, led to the partition plan of 1947, despite a proposal for a United Bengal, mooted by the liberal democratic Prime Minister of Bengal H. S. Suhrawardy. Famine struck Bengal several times during British rule, including in 1770 and 1943.
In 1950, land reform was accomplished in East Bengal with the abolishment of the feudal zamindari system. Despite the economic and demographic weight of the east, Pakistan's government and military were largely dominated by the upper classes from the west. The Bengali Language Movement of 1952 was the first sign of friction between the two wings of Pakistan. Dissatisfaction with the central government over economic and cultural issues continued to rise through the next decade, during which the Awami League emerged as the political voice of the Bengali-speaking population. It agitated for autonomy in the 1960s, and in 1966, its president, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Mujib), was jailed; he was released in 1969 after an unprecedented popular uprising. In 1970, a massive cyclone devastated the coast of East Pakistan, killing up to half a million people, and the central government's response was seen as poor. The anger of the Bengali population was compounded when Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, whose Awami League had won a majority in Parliament in the 1970 elections, was blocked from taking office.
After staging compromise talks with Mujibur Rahman, President Yahya Khan and military officials launchedOperation Searchlight, a sustained military assault on East Pakistan, and arrested Mujibur Rahman in the early hours of 26 March 1971. Yahya's methods were extremely bloody, and the violence of the war resulted in many civilian deaths. Yahya's chief targets included intellectuals and Hindus, and about one million refugees fled to neighbouring India. Estimates of those massacred throughout the war range from thirty thousand to three million. Mujibur Rahman was ultimately released on 8 January 1972 as a result of direct US intervention.
Awami League leaders set up a government-in-exile in Calcutta, India. The exile government formally took oath at Meherpur, in the Kustia district of East Pakistan, on 17 April 1971, with Tajuddin Ahmad as the first Prime Minister and Syed Nazrul Islam as the Acting President. TheBangladesh Liberation War lasted for nine months. A resistance force known as the Mukti Bahini was formed from the Bangladesh Forces(consisting of Bengali regular forces) in alliance with civilian fighters such as the Kader Bahini and the Hemayet Bahini. Led by General M. A. G. Osmani, the Bangladesh Forces were organized into eleven sectors and, as part of Mukti Bahini, conducted a massive guerrilla war against the Pakistan Forces. The war witnessed the 1971 Bangladesh genocide, in which the Pakistan Army and its allied religious militias carried out a wide-scale elimination of Bengali civilians, intellectuals, youth, students, politicians, activists and religious minorities. By winter, Bangladesh-India Allied Forces defeated the Pakistan Army, culminating in its surrender and the Liberation of Dhaka on 16 December 1971.
After independence, the Constitution of Bangladesh established a unitary secular multiparty parliamentary democratic system. The Awami League won the first general elections in 1973 with a massive mandate, gaining an absolute parliamentary majority. A nationwide famine occurred during 1973 and 1974, and in early 1975, Mujib initiated a one-party socialist rule with his newly formed BAKSAL. On 15 August 1975, Mujib and most of his family members were assassinated by mid-level military officers. Vice President Khandaker Mushtaq Ahmed was sworn in as President with most of Mujib's cabinet intact. Two Army uprisings on 3 November and 7 November 1975 led to a reorganised structure of power. A state of emergency was declared to restore order and calm. Mushtaq resigned, and the country was placed under temporary martial law, with three service chiefs serving as deputies to the new president, Justice Abu Sayem, who also became the Chief Martial Law Administrator. Lieutenant General Ziaur Rahman took over the presidency in 1977 when Justice Sayem resigned. President Zia reinstated multi-party politics, introduced free markets, and founded the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). Zia's rule ended when he was assassinated by elements of the military in 1981. Bangladesh's next major ruler was Lieutenant General Hossain Mohammad Ershad, who gained power in a coup on 24 March 1982, and ruled until 6 December 1990, when he was forced to resign after a revolt of all major political parties and the public, along with pressure from Western donors (which was a major shift in international policy after the fall of the Soviet Union).
Since then, Bangladesh has reverted to a parliamentary democracy. Zia's widow, Khaleda Zia, led the Bangladesh Nationalist Party to parliamentary victory at the general election in 1991 and became the first female Prime Minister in Bangladeshi history. However, the Awami League, headed by Sheikh Hasina, one of Mujib's surviving daughters, won the next election in 1996. The Awami League lost again to the Bangladesh Nationalist Party in 2001. Widespread political unrest followed the resignation of the BNP in late October 2006, but the caretaker government worked to bring the parties to election within the required ninety days. At the last minute in early January, the Awami League withdrew from the election scheduled for later that month. On 11 January 2007, the military intervened to support both a state of emergency and a continuing but neutral caretaker government under a newly appointed Chief Advisor, who was not a politician. The country had suffered for decades from extensive corruption, disorder, and political violence. The caretaker government worked to root out corruption from all levels of government. It arrested on corruption charges more than 160 people, including politicians, civil servants, and businessmen, among whom were both major party leaders, some of their senior staff, and two sons of Khaleda Zia.
After working to clean up the system, the caretaker government held what was described by observers as a largely free and fair election on 29 December 2008. The Awami League's Sheikh Hasina won with a two-thirds landslide in the elections; she took the oath of Prime Minister on 6 January 2009.
Satellite image of Bangladesh from space, including Ganges Delta, the world's largest delta with its three distributaries-Padma, Meghna and Jamuna
The geography of Bangladesh is divided between three regions. Most of the country is dominated by the fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra delta. The northwest and central parts of the country are formed by the Madhupur and the Barind plateaus. The northeast and southeast are home to evergreen hill ranges. The Ganges delta is formed by the confluence of the Ganges (local name Padma orPôdda), Brahmaputra (Jamuna or Jomuna), and Meghna rivers and their respective tributaries. The Ganges unites with the Jamuna (main channel of the Brahmaputra) and later joins the Meghna, finally flowing into the Bay of Bengal. The alluvial soil deposited by the rivers when they overflow their banks has created some of the most fertile plains in the world. Bangladesh has 57 trans-boundary rivers, making water issues politically complicated to resolve – in most cases as the lower riparian state to India.
The country is predominated by rich fertile flat land. Most parts of Bangladesh are less than 12 m (39.4 ft) above sea level, and it is estimated that about 10% of the land would be flooded if the sea level were to rise by 1 m (3.28 ft). 17% of the country is covered by forests and 12% is covered by hill systems. The country's haor wetlands are of significant importance to global environmental science.
In southeastern Bangladesh, experiments have been done since the 1960s to 'build with nature'. Construction of cross dams has induced a natural accretion of silt, creating new land. With Dutch funding, the Bangladeshi government began promoting the development of this new land in the late 1970s. The effort has become a multiagency endeavor, building roads, culverts, embankments, cyclone shelters, toilets and ponds, as well as distributing land to settlers. By fall 2010, the program will have allotted some 27,000 acres (10,927 ha) to 21,000 families. With an elevation of 1,280 m (4,200 ft), the highest peak of Bangladesh isTahjindong, also known as Bijoy located in Bandarban district.
Sundarbans, the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
In September 1998, Bangladesh saw the most severe flooding in modern world history. As the Brahmaputra, the Ganges and Meghnaspilt over and swallowed 300,000 houses, 9,700 km (6,000 mi) of road and 2,700 km (1,700 mi) of embankment, 1,000 people were killed and 30 million more were made homeless, with 135,000 cattle killed, 50 km2 (19 sq mi) of land destroyed and 11,000 km (6,800 mi) of roads damaged or destroyed. Two-thirds of the country was underwater. There were several reasons for the severity of the flooding. Firstly, there were unusually high monsoon rains. Secondly, the Himalayas shed off an equally unusually high amount of melt water that year. Thirdly, trees that usually would have intercepted rain water had been cut down for firewood or to make space for animals.
Bangladesh is now widely recognised to be one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. Natural hazards that come from increased rainfall, rising sea levels, and tropical cyclones are expected to increase as climate changes, each seriously affecting agriculture, water and food security, human health and shelter. It is believed that in the coming decades the rising sea level alone will create more than 20 millionclimate refugees. Bangladeshi water is contaminated with arsenic frequently because of the high arsenic contents in the soil. Up to 77 million people areexposed to toxic arsenic from drinking water. Bangladesh is among the countries most prone to natural floods, tornados and cyclones. Also, there is evidence that earthquakes pose a threat to the country. Evidence shows that tectonics have caused rivers to shift course suddenly and dramatically. It has been shown that rainy-season flooding in Bangladesh, on the world’s largest river delta, can push the underlying crust down by as much as 6 centimetres, and possibly perturb faults.
Several animals became extinct in Bangladesh during the last century, including the one horned and two horned rhinoceros and common peafowl. The human population is concentrated in urban areas, hence limiting deforestation to a certain extent. However, rapid urban growth has threatened natural habitats. Though many areas are protected under law, a large portion of Bangladeshi wildlife is threatened by this growth. The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act was enacted in 1995. The government has designated several regions as Ecologically Critical Areas, including wetlands, forests and rivers. The Sundarbans Tiger Project and the Bangladesh Bear Project are among the key initiatives to strengthen conservation.
Bangladesh is ranked by Freedom House as "Partly Free" in its Freedom in the World report. The Economist Intelligence Unit classifies the country as a hybrid regime, which is the third best rank out of four in its Democracy Index. The current legislature was elected in the controversial 2014 general election, which was boycotted by the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) led by Khaleda Zia; and other major parties including the Liberal Democratic Party, the Alternative Front and the Gano Forum. 153 out of 300 MPs were elected unopposed before the polls, as rival candidates withdrew their nomination. The polls were also shunned by international observers and were not deemed fully participatory. Opposition parties have demanded the restoration of the caretaker government system, which was repealed by the Awami League in 2011. The system was in place since 1996 and allowed for a neutral administration to hold elections after a parliament's tenure ended. Three caretaker governments held elections in 1996, 2001 and2008. The polls were considered the most free and fair in Bangladesh's history. Ironically, it was the League which campaigned for the system in the 1990s and pressured the BNP into introducing it.
Bangladesh's foreign policy priorities include promoting multilateral engagement, regional security and cooperation, combating terrorism and the expansion of trade and investment. Bangladesh is one of the world's largest contributors of UN peackeeping forces. As of 2014, it has taken part in over 54 UN peacekeeping missions in Africa, theBalkans, the Middle East and the Caribbean, with an estimated 113,000 military personnel. Bangladesh participated in Operation Desert Storm during the Gulf War in 1991. InAfghanistan, the development agency BRAC serves 12 million people in areas of primary and secondary education, the empowerment of women and microfinance.
Bangladesh is a key strategic ally of the United States in South Asia. Their relationship is bounded by shared democratic ideals, despite strains under the current Awami League government after the controversial 5 January election. According to a Pew research poll in 2014, 76% of Bangladeshis express a favorable view of the US. American companies are among the largest foreign investors in the country. The US Military has extensive cooperation with the Bangladesh Armed Forces. Japan and Bangladesh have strong relations with common strategic and political goals. Japan has been Bangladesh's largest development partner since independence, providing US$11 billion in assistance since 1972. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a further US$6 billion aid package for the country in 2014. The European Union is the most important trading partner of Bangladesh. The United Kingdom has strong security, political, economic and cultural relations with the country.
Bangladesh's most important foreign relationship is with neighboring India. The relationship is borne out of historic and cultural affinities; and strengthened by India's support and role during the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. Bangladesh is India's largest trading partner in South Asia. It is also India's fifth-largest remittance source. However, relations are plagued by concerns over border security, ease of doing business, trade barriers and water sharing on 54 common rivers. In recent years, the two countries have forged greater engagement and become strong allies in the fight against terrorism. Burma has a growing relationship with Bangladesh, despite irritants over Rohingya refugees. Bangladesh seeks to become a dialogue partner in ASEAN. Laos and Cambodia are the first countries to support its bid for associate membership in ASEAN.
Bangladesh enjoys very warm relations with the People's Republic of China. It is China's third largest trading partner in South Asia. China is also a major defence supplier to the Bangladesh military. Being the third largest Muslim-majority country in the world, Bangladesh is often praised as a voice of moderation. It mediated a ceasefire during the Iran-Iraq War and is a key supporter of the Palestinianstruggle. Bangladesh is one of the 29 UN member states which does not recognize Israel and maintains a complete economic boycott of the country. Bangladeshi passport restricts its citizens from traveling to Israel. Bangladesh has historic relations with the Russian Federation, dating back to the role of the Soviet Union during the Liberation War. 20% of Bangladesh's existing electricity infrastructure was built with Soviet and Russian assistance. In 2013, Russia and Bangladesh began constructing the Ruppur Nuclear Power Plant. Bangladesh enjoys growing relations with Brazil. Trade with Brazil crossed $700 million in 2013.
In 2012, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea announced the delimitation of the maritime border between Bangladesh and Burma in the Bay of Bengal. The two countries had a brief naval standoff in November 2008 over Burmese attempts at oil and gas exploration in disputed territory. The standoff was resolved through considerable back-channel diplomacy. In 2014, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague announced the demarcation of maritime boundary between India and Bangladesh. The court awarded Bangladesh 19,467 km2 out of the total 25,602 km2 of disputed territory.
Divisions are subdivided into districts (zila). There are 64 districts in Bangladesh, each further subdivided into upazila(subdistricts) or thana. The area within each police station, except for those in metropolitan areas, is divided into several unions, with each union consisting of multiple villages. In the metropolitan areas, police stations are divided into wards, which are further divided into mahallas. There are no elected officials at the divisional or district levels, and the administration is composed only of government officials. Direct elections are held for each union (or ward), electing a chairperson and a number of members. In 1997, a parliamentary act was passed to reserve three seats (out of 12) in every union for female candidates.
We ,Asian Pacific countries chaplain ,united together with Bible ,We trust the best in God we all stand together.
Soon I will see on person and I will make trip soon.Also this time I will emphasize the GMM(God made me) campaign on ASIAN PACIFIC CHAPLAIN ASSOCIATION .
Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Darussalam Cambodia China Mainland China, Taiwan Province of China, Hong Kong SAR India Indonesia Japan Korea, Dem. People's Rep. of Korea, Rep. of Laos Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam
American Samoa Australia Christmas Island Coco (Keeling) Islands Cook Islands Fiji Islands French Polynesia Guam Kiribati Micronesia, Fed. States of Northern Mariana Island Nauru New Caledonia New Zealand Niue Norfolk Island Pacific Islands Trust Tr Palau Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu Wallis and Futuna Island
We pray together
HOM movement felt terribly sorry ,elder Kang ,husband of Ms. Yang
MyungJa, senior SNU man from Seoul National Univ.passed away at1/15/2015 .Mr.Kang is leaving from the earth,another Kingdom of God is waiting for him,next to the Jesus as a kid of the God,for the eternal life.God will bless him and his remaining family ,temporary stay on the earth.We,Seoulbugo 14 family and all senior or junior from Seoul Bugo and Seoul National University pray together wherever you are and whatever you do to the Jesus Christ name.Amen ,Maranatha
HANMINZOK OVERSEA MISSIONARY( HOM MOVEMENT)
ATLANTA MISSION HOUSE AT SUGAR HILLS ,GEORGIA
PRAY TOGETHER COME TO THE LORD'S HOUSE ANY TIME
Also PanMoonJom seminary and Sunjune library
phnomphen prayer house
Quatemala prayer house
Walking missionary by foot and Emmanual Bible with one hand
I GOT THE JOB THROUGH THE CROSS
,MUST REWARD WITH THE CROSS
Happy birthday ,wedding to you.
Hong chang ryung elder son newly wedding
Terribly sorry ,or get well soon
Mr. Byun Kang from the sickness
Keum JungHo parent passedaway
from may pics in huntington senior
Asian culture meeting with Tom
PAN MUN JOM MINISTRY SEMINARY ,LOOK AT EACH OTHER FARAWAY BUT CAN NOT MEET EACH OTHER.
WE WILL FIX MEETING TOGETHER WITH THE GOD'S SCRIPTURE .capital tool does not matter to see with love.
Recently I. editor ,found out some hacker (??) got in these pages and damaged whole section.STOP NOW, STOP NOW .Collect new or used roller walker and send to the Phnomphen city or Guatemala city
to the needy.
miracle chair from cambodia
hanminzok church for crusader
GIVE US CALL 917 238 2353 OR E-MAIL SUNLEE7@NETSCAPE.COM FOR PICK UP .WE
DETERMINED THE SEOUL STORAGE SHED WILL BE OPEN SOON IN GANGNAM .
from cafe.daum.net◈ 핸드폰 분실시 대처 방법◈
아래 글은 핸드폰 대리점의 검증을 받은 글입니다.
1. 핸폰을 잃어버리면 먼저 분실신고나 발신정지를
하시마세요. 그렇게 하면 안됩니다..그대로 놔두세요.
2. 경찰서나 지구대로 가서 분실 확인증을 떼세요. 어차피 못찾을거라지만 그 때문이 아닙니다.
우선 분실확인증을 떼세요.
3. 집에 남은 폰이나 네티즌에서 썩어가는 중고폰
이라도 구입을 합니다.
4. 그리고 그 폰으로 기변을 하세요.
5. 이삼일 정도는 기변한 폰을 그대로 사용합니다.
6. 자! 그러면 님께서 잃어버린 단말기는 공기계가
7. 공기계가 되어 있는데 전원을 켜면 등록을 하고
사용하세요..라는 문구가 뜹니다.
8. 요새는 티월드에서 쉽게 기변할 수 있기 때문에 그 공기계로 기변하는 사람이 분명히 있습니다.
9. 장물아비들은 빠른 처분을 위해 시세보다
10. 일주일에서 십일후에 지점으로 찾아가세요. 물론 걔네들은 개인정보이기 때문에 절대 안가르쳐
줄려고 합니다. 훔쳐서 기변해 쓰는 놈이나 산 놈이나 통신사
입장에서는자기 고객이니까요. 분실신고 하시지 그랬냐고 할 겁니다.
11. 바로 그때 경찰서 가서 받으셨던 분실 확인증을 제출합니다.
12. 그러면 통신사에서도 어쩔 수 없이 기변된 폰
고객정보를볼 수 밖에 없습니다. 각 단말기당 고유의 일련 번호가 있기 때문에
볼 수 있습니다.
13.그럼 지점에서 분실폰 쓰고 있는 고객에 전화를
할 겁니다. 그 사람이 실제로 주웠던 장물아비면
중고 시장에서 산 사람이라면 어디서 샀다고
이야기를 해 주겠죠. 여기서 일이 슬슬 풀려서
받는다고 끝내지 마시구요. 경찰에 신고해서 정신적 피해보상 등등 합의금도
받을 수 있습니다 복사하셔서 퍼뜨려주세요.
Also congratulations and happy joining ,Pan Mun Jom seminary ,with World Korean seminary association and Korean -American crusader league.
Amazing grace ,I saw my granddaughter and oh,you came out from my daughter.Amazing grace .Look at the greatest masterpieces from the God.
LOVE DOKDO AND PAN MUN JOM ARE SAME ,BUT THE CONVERSATION SEOUL AND NEW YORK TEAM ARE TERMINATED .FIGHTING LEE CHAN
PANMUNJOM MINiSTRY SEMINARY
What do you think about the immigration decision without the congress by Obama government?
1.Looks all right ,needs some time to pass the congress, for the people. USA is immigrant country.
2.In case of fire the house ,we have to take care of baby first.
3.Sharing the love is good investment to in USA.
4.I say good decision for all the human being .
The author of 3books,Daniel,Revelation1 and Rvelation2 ,Pastor Heung C. Rha of all nations deciple church of New York was process of semiar in Japan . from www.nyandc.org
We terribly sorry we lost internet photgrapher as well as reporter
,Mr.Dino (jinyoung)Kim,front in the center with sun glasses.His
dedication to the Korean community will be with him in the right side of The Lord in the heaven.God blessing him. from rev.sunjune lee in La.
Solar dynasty is coming soon on the earth.The fuel resources are drained down soon. We have to look at the Sun,main source of energy and spirit .I think the God gave us a source of promised land for our generations. Blessing us to use unlimitted promise. Maranatha.
It was constructive and intimate meeting between Mr.Hur of chairman of seoulbugo and rev.Sunjune Lee in Seoulbugo office in owon bldg in Seoul,Korea.Past is past and we discussed about
some promotion of future events and projects,specially I asked him about Cambodia project of shoulder wheelchairs donated to the Daniel Cho,missionary .
from apf in Canada
Above//////////// Fighting rev.Kimkitaik from central America
What do you think about action from Russia to the Crimea ? a. looks against the international majority opinion. b.Pres..Putin played solo like Sochi olympic game. c.Worried about the escalated nuclear war all over the world. d.Typically the trouble between EU and the Russia themselves.
Cambodia festival in Siem Reap by Han-Asean on March 19 2014
Cambodia fest.in Siemreap
New bus route in the big blvd. in Phnomphen city created the job or restrict ???
The history of Asian Pacific Chaplain Association just warmed up now!
Asian Pacific Chaplain association page
The confusion of these dynasty of the earth should be focusing on the complete guidance biblical purpose of our short life .Why we stay here should be study by the great Bible history.Who is our maker and the lord is very important to these our life span.
Asian Pacific Chaplain Association is waiting for you to join and study together how to guide or communicate the gospel through the edge of earth .
See the blood Chaplain
North Korea Tradegy from cornerstone international
HOPES IN UKRINE,How come Russia in now? FROM Billy Graham site
HOM movement pages
Hom town planning mission
Why we launching the HOM town planning???
HOM town planning in Guatemala city and Phnomphen city
as a hanminzok village .
HELP THE POOR WITH GOOD HANDS
God is calling you on the edge of the earth for
24 /7/356 for God's service to the poor,non-believer and
global plain people.
HOM(HANMINZOK OVERSEA MISSION) MOVEMENT
GOMAPSO CAMPAIGN FOR 24/7/365 DAYS
HOM town planning in Quatemala city and Phnomphen city
as a only Jesus town for Hanminzok
HOM MOVEMENT W/ BIBLE
tO THE HEAVEN ROAD IS jESUS SILK ROAD TOO FAR FROM THE EARTH BUT A LIITLE SHORT FROM NEW yORK HANMINZOK CHURCH
From cafe.daum.net/seoulbugo14, Beautiful old high schopol day brought to me to recollect the Sung
God's people came to my town ,Welcome
서울기후 다양하다,북에서 부는 미사일 공갈풍 ,그리고 어느
조각 전시회에 갔는지 조각의 황홀함에 조금 만진 것이 죄인가
아니면 밤중에 나타나 들구 튈러는 것은 중범죄인가? 알리는
권리와 알려는 권리가 충돌하여 열을 뿜는 여름이 시작하려고
하는 찰라에 있다.옛날에 하와가 선악과를 만진후 에덴을 떠나야
했던 것처럼 이번에는 아담이 무얼 좀 만졌다고 아담죄가 성립되어
낙마한 것 같은데 주님은 여지없이 용서하실 것이다.이 모든 것이
열을 받아 여름으로 가기에 충분한 것 같다.
god and me
I am the smallest thank you God for sent us
your only son Jesus to save us ,now we need saving the south Korea from the sin and war sombody pray give the flood and earthquake near the monster missile launching area
Also ask the almighty God why this is happened in the small area not the continental God please be fair small area needs tiny turmoil
By your Words every war you controlled God's people won every minutes.
God this time also destroy the monster , missile.
South korea wants only believing and church for the peace. please be advised this time solve the problems with the flood. Thanking God again with us all the time forever we won't be forget your decision. God blessing us, America and Korea.