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          ~ 再戰皇帝殿之刀山劍嶺 ~ ~ 於廿幾天前「淨空」由雲台山進入,登上「玉京山 大羅上仙府」參拜後,繼續由廟後山路登上「皇帝殿東峰」並朝西鋒方向的岩稜前進。位於接連東峰與西峰的稜線有多處為岩石的稜線登山步道,由於岩石稜線如同刀劍削切一般佇立山尖稜線,非常險峻,靈修人士稱此處為「刀山劍嶺」,兩側為萬丈深淵,由於通過的步道非常窄小,所以也有「一步稜線」之稱,只能容許一人通過,而且沒有可以抓扶的樹木,所以通過時非常的危險,由於此處沿途風光明媚又俱挑戰性,所以是北部相當著名的登山路線,例假日有很多愛好登山活動的遊客前往攀登,後來由縣政府在危險的路段加上了繩索及白鐵製成的梯子,大大減少了登山的危險性,也由於上次因時間與天氣的關係沒有走完全程就折返,一直心有不甘,於是今日早上決定再次前往橫越「刀山劍嶺」~ 「淨空」上次前往時有先到石碇市區逛了一下,剛好有發現一處上面寫著「皇帝殿風景區西峰登山口」的大型牌樓,而每次前往位於接近皇帝殿東峰山頂的「大羅上仙府」都是由往「平溪」的 106 縣道轉「雲台山」牌樓上去,再經登上 1600 多階的石梯上達「玉京山 酒肉朋友 大羅上仙府」,上次沒有到達西峰,所以這次才想說由皇帝殿西峰入口攀登,上到西峰後再走過「刀山劍嶺」到東峰再到「玉京山 大羅上仙府」參拜,雖後再原路折返我停放機車的登山口停車場。 今日早上騎車由台北市經木柵、深坑到達石碇後繼續往 106 乙縣道往「坪林」方向,過了石碇小鎮後的不遠處,左側有間派出所旁的道路上去約 100 公尺就是「皇帝殿西峰登山口牌樓」,過排樓後繼讀往山上前進,再經兩個彎道後即可到達登山口的一、二號停車場,由牌樓到停車場騎車約不到 5 分鐘。 ~ 「皇帝殿西峰登山口」位於二號停車場的對面,登山口有一對石獅子,一開始上山就是用花岡石舖砌而成的階梯,原本心想由「雲台山」上去要爬 1600 個階梯,那由西峰應該就可以輕鬆一些,結果是錯誤的選擇,「淨空」每次登 1600 格階梯上山約三十分鐘,而由這個登山口走階梯上到階梯的尾端「淨空」足足爬了一個小時又十五分鐘,而且坡度比「雲台山」的階梯更陡,「淨空」平時就缺乏運動,連爬一個多小時的階梯,加上艷陽高照的天氣, 買屋早就衣服全部溼透,體力不堪負荷。以前道友們講到要上「大羅上仙府」要爬 1600 階梯,經常都怯步,我都告訴他們比爬「仙山」去會「九天母娘」的階梯還輕鬆,因為雖然有 1600 格,但沒有「仙山」那麼陡峭,結果「淨空」沒事先做好功課,選擇從這個登山口上山,辛苦的程度是登「仙山」的好幾倍,「淨空」自嘲是偷懶的結果。 ~ 登山口的指示標牌標示距離「皇帝殿西峰」為 2150 公尺,行程約 72 分鐘,我想這 72 分鐘應該是一路都完全不休息才有辦法,所以這個標示牌應該是給經常登山的登山客參考的吧! ~ 一路扶搖直上的階梯,「淨空」走了十分鐘就感到腳有點不聽使喚,氣喘如牛。 ~ 爬了十幾分鐘後來到一座涼亭,終於可以稍做休息,「淨空」一直在想雖然平常缺乏運動,但自認體力上還算可以,每年參加「大甲媽祖」九天八夜徒步進香時,一天走幾拾公里的路程,都不會覺得累,今天才走了幾百個階梯就氣喘如牛、兩腿發軟,應該是「老祖」在處罰「淨空」想偷懶的下場。 ~ 一路爬著階梯,轉個彎還是階梯,巳經走了五十分鐘,天啊!什?關鍵字排名糪伎J才能爬到西峰。 ~ 花了一個小時十五分鐘終於抵達階梯的盡頭,剛才是由照片右側的階梯上來,現在要按指示牌所指的方向,向右往西峰前進。 ~ 指示牌標示往西峰要 15 分鐘,這次我想也是僅供參考吧! ~ 這裡到登山口牌樓標示要走 70 分鐘,這個我就認同,因為下山走階梯當然輕鬆,速度當然也快多了! ~ 結束階梯後,馬上就是在林間石頭上拉著繩索攀爬,前一段靠的是兩腳的奮鬥,珼在開始必須手腳並用才行。 ~ 經過約廿分的攀爬後終於抵達第一站「皇帝殿西峰」,而峰頂是這塊不很大的石頭,石頭上的紅色牌子寫著:西峰標高海拔 579 公尺,「淨空」拍張照片後從右邊山徑前進,開始進入西峰到達東峰的稜線步道,也就是開始走「刀山劍嶺」的路段。 ~ 走在部份稜線上視野極佳,風光秀麗,遠處還可看到 101 大樓的頂部突出在群山之上。 ~ 大部份的時間都在山頂稜線上的林間攀行,雖然有樹林遮蔽烈日的照射,但也因為這樣阻擋了山風,所以導致汗流夾背。 ~ 幾乎沒有平緩的步道,不是在樹根盤錯的細縫中或是長滿青苔的溼滑岩石上行走, 婚禮佈置一不小心就會趺倒,「淨空」巳有兩次滑倒,好在沒有受傷。 ~ 走到這裡必須鑽過這個岩縫,如果再低個十五公分,那「淨空」真的就必須用爬的過去了! ~ 這麼高的岩壁,如果沒有這些梯子真的不知道怎麼上去,真佩服早期那些登山客的功夫。 ~ 經過一座又一座的梯子,雖然有這些梯子可供攀爬,但因梯子緊靠岩壁沒有空間,有些根本腳踩不太進入,所以攀爬時也要特別小心! ~ 這座梯子中間有架高,但是也只撐起一小段,那麼可萬一摔下來那可不得了囉! ~ 休息一下!喝口水,欣賞一下美景 ~ ~ 開始「刀山劍嶺」最精彩的路段,現在已由縣政府派人在危險的岩稜架設繩索,否則兩側一有閃失就直接掉到山底,一命嗚呼哀哉! ~ 雖有繩索保護也不能不小心! ~ 岩稜只有幾十公分的寬度,旁邊就是萬丈深淵。 ~ 這樣的路徑真的有如行走在刀鋒之上,難怪大家會稱為「刀山劍嶺」。 ~ 有了這些護欄真的安全了許多,不過太陽也太強了吧! ~ 看到前面的岩稜上也有人在攀爬通過,這是一路上第一次看到有人。 ~ 又是一處要攀爬的梯子,這是最高的一座,還要 會場佈置倒退嚕給它爬下去才行。 ~ 啊!這個也是一樣的啦! ~ 經過「刀山劍嶺」的岩稜來到這裡有個指示牌子,由西峰到這裡是 1800 公尺的距離,要走約一個小時左右,由此處繼續往東峰走大概要 33 分鐘〔僅供參考〕。 ~ 到了這裡算是經由西峰方向過來巳經走過「刀山劍嶺」的路段,攀爬上去這座岩壁開始繼續往東峰前進。 ~ 一樣是在石縫中攀爬行走,樹根盤根錯節稍有不慎就會跌倒受傷。 ~ 又看到一處叉路,直走往東峰及石霸尖,上次我就是走錯方向,是由「大羅上仙府」後面山路上去,到了東峰山頂時向左走,才會走到石霸尖山又返回,如果要前往「刀山劍嶺」必須上到山頂向右走才對喔!整條皇帝殿登山步道叉路很多,必須注意!而這個指示牌另一邊標示的是往停車場,而且只要 40 分鐘,我花了快三個小時才從停車場走過來,怎麼從這裡下去只要 40 分鐘就可抵達? ~ 爬過這片高聳的岩壁就可抵達東峰了! ~ 終於抵達皇帝殿的東峰最高點 ~ ~ 東峰巨岩的左側這條繩索上去翻過岩石,往下行走約十幾分鐘就可抵達「玉京山 大羅上仙府」。 ~ 岩石尖頂有塊「玉京山 大羅上仙府」的指示牌。 ~ 站在 酒肉朋友東峰頂端欣賞群山風光 ~ ~ 回頭看看剛才花三個小時辛苦攀爬行走的稜線,特別用紅線標示出來,這僅是看得到的部份,看不到的還粉長喔! ~ 由東峰岩頂背面下去往最後一個目的地「玉京山 大羅上仙府」前進。 ~ 下去有一段徙坡,但並不難走,只是稍有溼滑。 ~ 十幾分鐘就可抵達熟悉的「玉京山 大羅上仙府」。 ~ 「淨空」又專程前來參拜 「老祖」 無上混一太聖祖、元始天王聖祖、太元聖母,參拜後趕快把握時間打坐,請求「老祖」加持。 ~ 在廟前休息與駐廟師姊聊天時,突然由後面石壁上掉下來一隻蛇,「淨空」跑過去照相時牠都不怕,也不走,上次來此時也在廟前看到一隻有這隻十倍粗的蛇,我想應該靈山寶地比較會聚集這些動物吧!〔幾次來此都遇到有竹雞和松鼠〕而且牠們都很溫馴不會主動攻擊人,師姊還跟牠說叫牠快走,不然等一下廟裡養的幾隻狗發現,就會來圍攻牠! ~ 稍作休息後看天空巳暫有黑雲,因為現在為典型的夏季氣候,早上艷陽高照,下午因熱對流的關係,經常會有午後雷陣雨的發生,「淨空」不敢多做停留,告別「老祖」與師姊,趕快返回,又上了東峰往原路線回去,突然「淨空」兩腳大腿卻同時抽筋,痛 室內裝潢得腳都抬不起來,天啊!還有那麼遠又難走的山路,這下抽筋怎麼辦,而且今天不是例假日根本沒有什麼遊客,只能坐下來休息,心中祈求「老祖」保佑,沒想到祈求後不到一分鐘,竟然抽筋好了,而且完全不痛又可繼續上路,真是「老祖」的保佑和幫忙,不然可就粉慘囉!走回到這個標示牌時,心想如果按原路走「刀山劍嶺」經西峰回去,那又要花兩個多小時,而且此時遠天空巳傳來陣陣的打雷聲,指示牌標示由左側叉路下去往入口停車場只要 40 分鐘,於是馬上決定由叉路返回停車場牽車。 ~ 這條叉路也是全部為石砌的階梯 ~ ~ 這條階梯處於山凹之中,比較無法接受曰照的關係所以比較溼滑,也非常陡斜,雙腳有點吃力。 ~ 沿途蟲鳴鳥叫陪伴,「淨空」幾個小時來獨自一人在山林中穿梭,有著一分自在和寧靜,如果是膽子小的人可能會有點怕怕的喔!「淨空」建議還是選擇例假日時結伴而來比較安全喔! ~ 最後終於走到登山口,但是「奈安哩!」這裡不是我來的登山口啊!明明寫著往停車場的呀!這是那裡?要如何到我停機車的停車場?而且四下無人可問,真是快昏倒,如果再爬剛剛下來的階梯我一定是沒辦法了! ~ 看看旁邊的路線圖,才發現我又偷雞不成,又為了偷懶 商務中心想走捷徑,結果要走更遠的下場,現在必須從這個登山口走到原來停車的地方,光看地圖就暈了,必須走下山然後再沿公路走到左方藍色標點那邊取車。 ~ 「淨空」把今天所走的路線用藍色線在地圖標示出來,紅色的「現在位置」,就是階梯下來的地方,下面的那一大圈就也我走回原停車場的路線。 ~ 這張照片是我在網路上找到的,就是我下來的登山口,例假日還有人在這裡賣登山用品。 ~ 沒有辦法的情況之下,「淨空」只能往下山的方向步行下山,雖然是平整的柏油路,但是很陡斜,兩腳要用力撐住,巳經快不行的雙腳更是吃不消。 ~ 走了一大段路後,看到左側有座停車場,天啊!縣政府的大官們,你們在做標示牌的時候請註明是那個停車場,不然就會像我車停「西峰登山口」停車場,結果我下來卻到了「小粗坑登山口」停車場,好在是在山的同一邊,如果走錯走到山的另一邊那不就完了,大佬們真的幫幫忙吧! ~ 終於走到了「皇帝殿風景區小粗坑登山口」,「淨空」就是事先沒有先做足功課,一般登山客大多會選擇經由這裡「小粗坑登山口」上去,比較好走,而我因不知有這個登山口,而從所謂的「西峰登山口」上去,其實往西峰登山口是與「湳窟山」同一個登山口,所以比較遠且陡,而 室內設計這個「小粗坑登山口」是往東峰的登山口,有左右兩條路線,「淨空」下來的地方是右側的路,大部份的人會選擇對面的左側路線,經「天王廟」和「皇帝殿」上到稜線再走東西峰,由「淨空」下來的路線回到原處,成為一個「O」型登山路線。 出了牌樓就是 106 乙縣道,再右轉往石碇走回「西峰登山口」再經牌樓上山走到停機車的地方,總共從「大羅上仙府」下山再走到原停放機車處花了兩個多小時,「淨空」從早上 9 點 50 分上登山口階梯,經西峰到「刀山劍嶺」再經東峰到達「玉京山 大羅上仙府」〔休息參拜約一個小時〕,再下小粗坑登山口走回到西峰停車處巳是下午四點整。從山頂的叉路走到我原停車的地方總共走了兩個小時,還以為標示到停車場只要 40 分鐘是條捷徑,真的是錯誤連連。 以「淨空」走過「雲台山」、「西峰登山口」、「小粗坑登山口」三條路線前往「刀山劍嶺」還是由往「平溪」的 106 縣道,由「雲台山」牌樓上去這條路線最輕鬆也最快,這條路線一般登山客比較少人知道,靈修人士前往「大羅金仙府」、「大羅金仙總府」、「劉伯溫廟」、「玉京山 大羅上仙府」都是由這邊上去,如果還要挑戰「刀山劍嶺」可由西峰登山口下山,再走一小段路到達石碇市區就有公車可坐,可到達木柵捷運站或坐到台北市區?酒店工作C  .

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          一句話的好壞 大哥任職於中部一家上市上櫃的端子股份有限公司,在該公司已工作十多年了(從退伍至今),不時說著他的公司裡的一些雜事:誰刻意在工作上刁難他、他的組裡那個員工不服管教、.......,當然也說他們的員工福利有多好! 有時在一家公司能?信用貸款A務到退休是十分罕見且難得的事,在現今工商社會裡可能是微乎其微的少有人物了,不像我在外頭社會公司裡打滾了好幾家了,但是總得兄弟各自登山吧!!社會上有的 酒店經紀人是兄弟同心合力共創事業(如頂新集團),也有各登山頭的(如新光吳氏兄弟),世上的事沒個準,就像有人能出生在億萬家庭、有的人卻是一出生便無父無母,命運迥然不同。但是看過許多 部落格公司之後,有標榜一切以考試為基準的事業(如長榮集團),管理上雖是力求標準化,但卻難免意氣用事、結派偏頗(我個人就遇過);有家族經營的事業(如我待過的福華、通豪),這類家族關係的空降部隊並不少,往往阻礙了不少優秀人才的晉升道路,所以在 部落格管道滯礙難行的情況下,許多人是不如另尋良巢;當然社會上不盡然都得去大公司工作,許多中小企業也是有發展的空間,但是多數的公司在發展上最大的問題多是在內部關係冗員太多,這些關係冗員卻每每佔去一些重要的職缺,關係冗員的工作表現又是如何呢?往?部落格僧O不及格的表現,常是假藉權勢弄得公司人心不平,只因他們是靠關係的因素,這就是中國人"關係"舊觀,這樣的企業是很難有所發展。 家族企業就不好嗎?不盡然,主要還是主政者的魄力為何。公司裡誰是關係冗員的代表呢?人事、總務、特別助理等類的人就是,老是為 租屋虎作倀、虎假虎威的。 在現今臺灣如此不景氣的狀況下,大哥很想將我安排進他們家公司,但是不知道還好,知道後就不知道該說這家公司什麼了?!還沒進到公司前卻被人先詢問"你弟有沒有問題啊?"(或者是你弟正不正常啊?)這般的話一旦說出口是十分不禮?保濕面膜牧漕A身為公司的人事怎麼會無端問人家"你的誰正不正常啊?",什麼東西啊?問別人正不正常?我看這個人事頭腦才有問題吧!一般人若是不太正常會一路考高中聯考、大學聯考、研究所嗎?問別人正不正常?是不是代表問這個人頭腦是不是有問題啊?怎麼會想來應徵呢?我要是頭腦有?房屋買賣暋D才會去這家公司應徵!!怎麼會有如此不禮貌、不識大禮的人事呢?我家的人的特色就是老是喜歡講反話,老是用諷刺的話語來打壓,從來不會用正面話語來鼓勵人,像這樣的話一出,大哥居然一昧地想把責任歸咎在自己本身,說是他傳話傳錯了,或者是他聽錯了,一直想將話題轉移,完全不去究責說錯話的?長灘島 H,是啊!現今的社會不也是如此嗎?敢說真話的人不多,大家都是活在互相欺瞞的狀況下,說真話的人反而被說是龜毛、愛惹事的人,說錯話、說謊話的人卻一再地被包庇、原諒,這是什麼樣的社會啊!! .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 裝潢  .

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          客家文化活動 新北市政府在永和仁愛公園舉辦的客家鄉親挑擔活動 不但服裝鮮艷動人,歌聲和舞姿更是吸引大家的目光 相片的時間已經是下午三點半左右,一場大雷雨 讓我們趕緊穿?G2000W雨衣,帳篷裡面已經淹水,我們只好站在外面淋雨 大家都一身濕答答,護著供品,等?賣屋蛬R台上的師父念經祈福完畢 我們還寫了祈福卡,現場還有平安米贈送 舞台上正在表演的舞蹈,我們卻因為大 訂做禮服a>雨而躲雨去了 個個精心打扮 客家協會的合唱班等著上台 這麼巧右邊兩位是社大的志工,左邊兩位是我的公婆 結婚二十多年回味一下拍 情趣用品婚紗的感覺 客家人結婚的用品 婆婆打扮得美美的,準備上台去表演,脖子上的項鍊是我買的啦 每一區的貢品包裝都不一樣,來看看別人的,有些用環保袋,有些 褐藻醣膠堅持用竹籃子 有些綁上客家花布,還有環保概念的紙箱,可是最後下雨,紙箱都破底了 這是糯米做的豬公 大會的舞台 五隻大豬公都超過一千四百多公斤 靠近拍照還要檢查背包,非 seo常嚴格,因為大家長都會到現場 DIY區打發我們的時間,有摺汽球 蝶古巴特 拼布 吸管 黏土製作以前都是陪小孩玩,既然小孩沒來,我和老公也玩得很開心 等待老師發材料 很可愛的汽球造型 小丑遊行 騎馬隊最帥氣?房屋貸款F,我以為是鶯歌來的那幾匹馬,結果騎士說是同一隊的 大家都好熱情,親切的用客家話問候兩旁的民眾 拼命向兩邊民眾打招呼 糯米做的十二生肖 花花草草做的豬寶寶 上午的挑擔活動,每一區大約來了120個人,總共有36個隊伍 算算看 小額信貸人數不少哦,排隊的順序和流程的安排因為天氣熱都有一些小磨擦 本來是一根扁擔兩個人挑,出發前才知道我和老公要幫忙理事長挑 所以我也沒有機會賴皮不挑,雖然只走半小時,衣服已經流汗全濕了 大會發的水根本不夠喝,還好我有自備 公公每年都來,體力 設計裝潢超好,樂在其中 幫忙舉牌的義工妹妹,要拍她的時候還躲起來 一路上走走停停 趁機會拍個相片,每一區準備的供品內容也不太相同 例如有拉麵,米粉一定有,礦泉水,零嘴包,健康餅乾,還有汽水等等 這一家的擔子很亮眼 就看承辦人員的經費和用心了 下雨比較不會淋溼,看到米粉了嗎 保濕面膜??  .

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          趕一下羅 【97/6/10黑白寫-1】~趕一下羅 ←(點我) 早上陪同蔡會長與本會「訓練組」楊幹事、志工教練柯敏賢、蕭順福、黃彥喻等,前往位於鳳山 五甲 「龍成宮」,代表總會接受其主任委員黃振塊(高雄縣議會前議長),及委員會委員們和信士們所捐助之新台幣貳百萬元,將響應紅十字會「四川賑災」活動,為公開責信特舉行捐贈儀式 烤肉(如下照片及兩則影音檔)。【新聞稿→五甲龍成宮、聖母施大愛】 我們真的要感謝黃主任委員的引領率先捐助並發起該捐募活動,在近一個月來透過該委員會及信眾們,秉持人溺己溺側隱之心慷慨解囊,與聖母悲天憫人之大愛情操熱心支持 信用貸款響應,共募得上述款項統交由本會轉呈總會統理後續之重建工作。相信這份關懷的力量,將可為四川受災居民帶給許多溫暖,因此藉這個機會特別感激大家的愛心,同時也對於贊同與信賴紅十字會之執行能力,表示萬分的感謝。 在儀式當中,一位不願具名的熱?辦公室出租艄螻部A手捧著捐款箱前來,要代表所服務之「運動器材店」全體員工及客戶們,捐出他們的愛心,經志工教練們當場在天上聖母座駕前,立刻責信清點計有【美金201元、人民幣227元、台幣6,224元、港幣30元】,隨即由個人向現場公開徵信報告,正當要感謝這位民眾時,卻聽聞已走遠了。如此這 酒店工作般的為善不欲人知之精神,著實令人感佩。 黃主委、鄭副主委及委員們,親切引領我們參觀該「龍成宮」一切設施並詳細介紹其興建緣由,聽說所供奉神明神績顯赫,現在已成為日本觀光客必到之處,由高雄捷運和機場就在附近,交通相當便捷,應該後續參拜香客將源源不斷絡繹不絕才是。 因後續福哥他們要到「 租辦公室備災中心」去搬運明天早上那承辦【高雄縣97年度「戰時暨天然災害災民收容開設救濟站」常年訓練】之要用到的器材設備,故一行人乃先後告別離開。回程時蔡會長交代,要將黃主委所關切茲後相關進度,請總會務必要定期寄送報告書給廟方,使順利向所有捐款人徵信。 另外該筆捐款雖抬頭載明「中華民國紅十字會總會」,但因係本會代為接?關鍵字廣告A乃指示方會計先開立〝臨時證明〞以為佐證;又要我正式行個文給總會,請予列入該捐款報告書內,使安捐款者的心;還有在總會開立後的正式收據擲回時,還特別要我親自送達,由此可見咱們會長對於人家的愛心捐助,是多麼的慎重ㄚ。 下午則同「訓練組」楊護理師前往大社去接我們「急救訓練服務團」的葉團長,一起前往「高雄廣播電台(FM94.3)」接受〝 情趣用品午后陽光〞節目之製播專訪【現場錄製、即時撥音←】,而主要係談論有關本會於「急救與水上安全救生」領域各項減災之教育訓練與服務概況。而惠淇和王媽(葉團長)講得都很好,不急不徐也不慌不忙,尤充份表達咱們「紅十字運動」之宣廣精神,讓一旁的小弟相當的佩服。 回來後忙著截取上傳那「錄音檔」,也將早上「社區服務暨照顧服務計畫宣導」的照片、及前述那「捐贈儀式」之影音檔整?賣屋z編輯一下。期間接到社會處葉科員的來電,要我補一份公文明天見面時拿給他,乃留下來趕一下羅!.. 97/6/10 (二) 下班後晚于紅會 97/6/10(二)下午3-4時「高雄縣紅十字會」林總幹事偕同「訓練組」楊護理師惠淇,與「急救訓練服務團」葉團長玉緞前往「高雄廣播電台(FM94.3)」接受〝午后陽光〞節目之製播專訪剪影~ 【現場錄製、即時撥音←】 ◆以下節自下載編輯上傳於「紅十字會大小事」Vlog存檔→【 結婚西裝紅十字會接受「高雄廣播電台(FM94.3)」專訪【97/6/10第11集←(點我)】 【原音重現  mms://61.60.31.222/WMV/20080610/FM/0_200806101510_51173.wsx ←(點我) 】【 97/4/1第一集、97/4/8第二集、97/4/15第三集、97/4/22第四集、97/4/22第五集、97/5/6第六集 97/5/13第七集、97/5/20第八集(談「四川賑災」) 、97/5/27第九集(蔡會長專訪)、97/6/3第十集 、97/6/10第11集、97/6/17第12集、97/6/24第13集 (完)】&n 烤肉食材bsp;  .

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          古蹟懷舊獅球嶺隧道-基隆燈塔 古蹟懷舊獅球嶺隧道-基隆燈塔 中午想出去走走,想到假日才開放的基隆市市定古蹟獅球嶺隧道,一直無機會去看看,且離家又近,便循基隆火車站左側港西路,繞行至中山一路左轉,直行過高架橋底後?酒店經紀ㄓ[,經三叉路口右轉上坡走安樂路後到崇德路循指標抵達。 市定古蹟獅球嶺隧道前停妥車子,甫入隧道前導覽義工室,熱心導覽義工分發工 好房網安全帽,引導介紹古蹟獅球嶺隧道,隧道口一排相關簡介導覽牌示,隧道內並裝置地上投射燈。 隧道中以磚或石塊砌成半圓拱,內部路線呈弧形。 隧道中有 襯衫清朝時期裝置之電線絕緣礙子。 隧道內側壁上緣上留存方形小孔為當年搭架用建拱所留。 獅球嶺隧道清光緒十一年台灣巡撫劉銘傳主理台政時,積極建設台灣,推行洋務運動,並力倡?婚禮顧問]置鐵路。光緒十三年獲准設立「全台鐵路商務總局」。鐵路開工後,首築基隆經台北至新竹一段,其中位於基隆獅球嶺的隧道工程最為艱鉅,從光緒十四年春動工至十六年的夏天,前後耗時達三十個月始鑿通獅球 好房網嶺隧道總長11鎖70節約 二百三十五公尺 ,據文獻記載,當時因土質複雜,北段為堅硬的岩石,南段為潮濕的軟土,開鑿極為困難。 主要的工匠多係徵調兵工,另又聘請了英、德工程師為顧問,隧道南囗外觀以紅磚砌成,並由劉銘傳題額 借貸「曠宇天開」,左右之對聯日:「五千年生面獨開羽毅飆輪從此康莊通海嶼;三百丈巖腰新闢天梯石棧居然人力勝神工」說明了當年以人力開鑿的壯舉。 現隧道南囗外觀之對聯砌字,只剩 石棧居  餘皆磨滅。 隧道南囗紅磚砌成,並由劉銘傳題額浮塑「曠宇天開 房屋出租」,因曾崩塌修復,紅磚對比不同,且「曠宇天開」牌匾下部為舊古蹟題額字體,上部為不知名水泥匠用水泥刮刀修復曠宇天開牌匾字體。 離開獅球嶺隧道沿上山道路至頂代天宮.俯望基隆市區全景 參觀完獅球嶺隧道,小朋友吵著繼續走走,行船人便想到基隆燈塔,一直以來出入基 酒店兼職隆港口海域抬頭便見山崖角基隆燈塔,不知道在基隆港西岸何處怎走,前幾天同事聊天告知只要循著基隆火車站前之港西街轉中山一路、二路至復旦路進復興隧道(或光華隧道)光華路走到底端在白米甕砲台岔路到港警管制崗哨前,見左邊山坡紅磚圍牆水泥上山山徑,再循左邊上山道路步行即可抵達。 進入燈 建築設計塔門前懸有牌子「導航管制 非請勿入」,大門敞開未見管理員,行船人不知道可否參觀,所以便在燈塔外圍區看看風景 基隆燈塔光緒二十五年〈一八九九年〉著手興建,光緒二十六年〈一九○○年〉建造完成,燈塔塔身為磚砌圓塔,燈塔建築物窗戶均特殊突出水泥窗框,避免木質窗戶推開遭強風吹壞。 由基隆燈塔俯視基隆港港口及遠方雞籠嶼 售屋網  .

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          日本第一天~~搭錯車烏籠 導遊說:我帶團二十幾年了,第一次遇到這種事,真是烏 小額信貸籠~ 裝潢~~ 我們拖著行李上了巴士,十五分 東森房屋鐘後到了飯店,導遊發現飯店不對!再次跟司機確認才知道搞了烏籠 節能燈具~~~~搭錯 車了~~~那ㄝ按ㄋㄟ~~~?結果,只好再回機場~~遠遠的看到我們的巴士在等人~~~ 賣屋而這輛巴士的人在等車~~~ 好有趣的畫面喔!我們悶聲不響的下車,閃過那一群人~~~心中竊笑〈沒有惡意〉真歹勢~~害他們 租屋在冷風中等車~~~ 到了飯店,用完晚餐,因為已經沒有行程了,所以導遊安排我們到附近的購物中心逛街~~ 乾淨,明亮的購物中心~~ 房屋二胎~其實,跟台灣的百貨公司差不多,只是人在日本,就連空氣都不一樣了呢! 購物中心內一家~~~柑仔店~~,賣的全部是兒時看過,吃過的零食呢!心情~~high~~的ㄋ~~ 太平洋房屋小時候的記憶都回來了~~ 這是我在日本的~~柑仔店~~買的,小時候很愛吃的~~黃豆黑糖飴~~很可惜,我一吃~~並沒有我熟悉的味道,有點失望~~ 尋覓只是一種樂趣,重點是不用太認真~~~開心就 結婚西裝好~~~~  .

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          泡茶~~~茶葉與茶包不可泡太久ㄋ! 朋友老爸住院(在高醫),有去探望後經過瞭解,情況如下: 大約在中秋節前後,身體並無異?代償活A但身上多處出現水腫尤?西服銗H手腳最為明顯,皮膚按下去之後會陷下去,久 ARMANI久才會回復。 經醫生診斷後表示,為腎衰竭的症況,到醫院檢查時發現兩個腎 景觀設計臟約90%都已纖維化只剩一小部份還在運作,因腎臟負責排水,但因已沒有排水的功能,所以導致體內積 酒店經紀水有很多水分都排不出來。 後來用類固醇去抑制讓病情不要再惡化,因已將近要洗腎的階段目前情況已控制下來,需後續再觀 買屋察 後 醫師經詢問朋友老爸日常生活作息及飲食習慣後分析出原因為長期大量喝茶(泡茶葉),但因泡茶習慣很不好,常會把茶葉浸泡過久導致茶葉會釋放過多 辦公室出租的鉀離子,對腎臟會很致命今年年初還做完全身健康檢查,有關於腎臟的資料都還很正常短短幾個月泡茶不好的習慣,就可以讓兩個腎臟全毀,實在是很恐怖…。 加上前一陣子早上 票貼起來都有蛋白尿的現象也沒有注意此症狀初期既無任何症狀,所以也不易察覺等到發現身上出現水腫及有稍微搔癢階段時已是腎臟損壞末期階段。 所以有在泡茶的人請不要將茶葉或是茶包泡太久如果又是經常 賣房子性有泡茶習慣的人更是要注意! 雖然現在洗腎健保有給付,但個人生命安全還是比較重要! .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 酒店工作  .

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          偽善的人...不會是我的朋友 憎恨你的笑容 看厭你的偽善 原來你 術後面膜>size:1px"> 澎湖民宿成人貼圖站是自私的 是現實的 系統傢俱 也不管別人死活的 理所當然的以為可以用笑容攏落人心真的噁 原 酒店工作來這就是所謂的衣冠禽獸 倘若你沒有用笑容佯裝自己的無辜 我或許不會這麼討厭你 然而看 新成屋透了你的面具後 你把這偽善的外貌當成利用別人的工具 還把這些你眼中的工具當成愚蠢的低等公民來奴役 當我從 酒店打工別人口中 聽到你說我也是你的工具時 我恨不得把你的笑容撕破 我沒有~我忍了 我也沒報復你 心中覺得你很可憐 等著看你用這偽善的面?租房子蓌~續這樣下去時 以後會有多慘..... .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 結婚西裝  .

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          99年9月14日食譜 主持人:冰冰姐,老饕:楊惠卿、李德全、郭月英 今日企劃:月餅就醬做最好吃 台灣在地食材特別企畫 一、蘭陽金桔港式月餅v.s桂花蓮蓉港式月餅蘭陽金桔港式月餅材料:主材料:低筋麵粉22兩、 酒店工作轉化糖漿一斤、花生油4兩、宜蘭金桔果泥、麥芽糖、蓮子、白豆沙、鹹蛋黃。桂花蓮蓉港式月餅材料:主材料:桂花醬?網路行銷B白蓮蓉、港式月餅皮、鹹蛋黃。蘭陽金桔港式月餅作法:1.將低筋麵粉、轉化糖漿、花生油拌勻後,靜置醒麵約30分鐘即為餅皮。2.將金桔?結婚G泥、蓮子、白豆沙拌入麥芽糖中拌勻成內餡。3.將鹹蛋黃包入內餡,再包入餅皮內,壓入模子中成型。(加入鹹蛋黃可以增加月餅的香氣及豐富感。)4.將月餅噴少許水?新成屋A刷上一層蛋液,入烤箱初烤以下火220度上火以250度烤約6分鐘,取出刷上一層蛋液再入烤箱以下火150度上火200度烤約6分鐘,在取出刷上一層蛋液在放入烤箱中烤約6分鐘即可取出,靜置兩天回 土地買賣潮即可食用。桂花蓮蓉港式月餅作法:1.將桂花醬和白蓮蓉拌勻成內餡。(加入桂花醬可以增加料理香氣。)2.將鹹蛋黃包入內餡,再包入餅皮內。3.許水,刷上一層蛋液,入烤箱初烤以下火220度上火以250度烤約6分鐘,取 網路行銷出刷上一層蛋液再入烤箱以下火150度上火200度烤約6分鐘,在取出刷上一層蛋液在放入烤箱中烤約6分鐘即可取出,靜置兩天回潮即可食用。二、玉井芒果港式月餅v.s南化龍眼港式月餅玉井芒果港式月餅材料:材料:低筋麵粉12兩、轉化糖漿8兩、花生?個人信貸o3兩、白蓮蓉、芒果乾。南化龍眼港式月餅材料:材料:白蓮蓉、龍眼乾、港式月餅皮。玉井芒果港式月餅作法:1.將低筋麵粉12兩、轉化糖漿8兩、花生油3兩拌勻後,靜置醒麵約30分鐘即即為餅皮。2.水加入烏梅、檸檬、鳳梨煮約1小時至起泡關火放涼即為轉化糖漿。( 室內裝潢加入轉化糖漿可以讓餅皮吃起來更滑順。)3.將芒果乾切成碎粒狀,再加入白蓮蓉拌勻成餡料,將餅皮包覆內餡入模敲出即成。4.將做好的月餅放入烤箱中以底火150度上火200度烤約20分鐘,取出後靜置兩天回潮即可食用。南化龍眼港式月餅作法:1.將龍眼乾切成碎粒狀,再加入白蓮蓉拌勻成餡料?褐藻醣膠A將餅皮包覆內餡入模敲出即成。 2.將做好的月餅放入烤箱烤20分鐘,靜置兩天回潮即可食用。 ★中秋節快到了,要如何做月餅呢?請鎖定週一~週四每晚7點,中天娛樂台為你上菜。 .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 房屋二胎  .

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          阿順蝦薯餅 阿順蝦薯餅 阿順蝦薯餅-辣味$50元 蝦薯餅沒有想像中的酥脆,但是 部落格辣味還蠻順口的^^售價與其他品牌差不多,可 部落格惜袋子不是拉鍊袋,需趕快吃完才不會軟掉! 老媽雖 部落格然口中唸唸有詞..天氣這麼熱,餅乾買那麼多那吞得下去..但是 關鍵字行銷,晚上打開後我只吃了幾塊,隔天?有巢氏房屋中o連個影子(包裝袋)都沒看到了 可見..口感不錯啦!不?燒烤M老媽是不會賞光的^^ 魔寶窩零食、泡麵 TEL:0926-726099 http://tw.user.bi 燒烤 d.yahoo.com/tw/booth/dp89127 .................................................................. 房屋二胎........................................................................................................................... 酒店打工......................ka-ka卡卡蝦薯餅 http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/jw!SQhzeMicGRkH6JiiZWub1hBe/article?mid=3528&prev=3570&next=3524&l 售屋網=f&fid=5  .

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          2-5人外星人房- Corner Backpacker 台中背包旅店 婕西在過年前終於將4樓的團體房整裡出來,內有大型外星人壁畫,讓團體可以在壁畫前一起合影紀念 關鍵字排名,也感謝二姐來協助婕西的壁畫上色 這間房是專門為 景觀設計團體或家庭 設計,有4個單人床,可以外加1張摺疊床墊,所以最多可以睡到 代償5人。然後婕西有準備外星人偶,撲克牌和疊疊樂供團體能夠一起玩樂。 因為才剛開放,連網路上相片 租房子和資料都還沒放,在過年期間就已經被許多團體訂滿,每一個團體一進入房間就是驚喜的驚呼"哇!" ,相信大家很滿意婕西的佈 澎湖民宿置,這樣婕西的心血就無白費了 有機會一起邀約三五好友一同來台中體驗一下外星人房吧!! Corner Backpacker 背包旅店 新推出~ Alien Mix Gr 住商房屋oup Room外星人4人男女混合房(供團體預訂,最多可以加1張床) 周日到周四每晚2000元,周五和周六每晚2100元。 加摺疊床,一張500元,最多加1張,一間房最多可以睡5人。 酒店打工 特色: 1.近SOGO/勤美誠品百貨和台中科博館。 2.附近有國光和統聯巴士站。 3.附近有計程車招呼站和公車站,交通十分便利。 4.房間內有大型外星人壁畫,提供撲克牌和疊疊樂。 5.每 土地買賣單人床都附有床包,枕頭,枕頭套及保暖毯子。 6.浴室附洗髮精和沐浴乳,房間內有吹風機。 附近有投幣洗衣店,便利商店,市場,早餐店,Bar等。可租台單車暢遊台中市(美術館和五權西4街綠園道,科博館,精明一街?建築設計A民俗公園,中友百貨商圈,新光三越商圈等等) 入房時間:下午2點~11點,退房中午12點 歡迎光臨!! 相關訂房資訊請上官網: Corner Backpacker 背包旅店 台中便宜住宿.背包客最佳選擇 恕不接受所有的口頭訂房! 床位保留以先匯款者優 室內裝潢先保留!  .

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          【星座解析】★∮十二星座外表成熟、內心幼稚的男生∮★ (參考太陽跟月亮)第一名:牡羊男牡羊男外表成熟,做起事來非常有規劃,可是牡羊男的人生有上下班之分?居酒屋A上班的時候很嚴肅、很專業,下班之後就是一個白痴,生活無法自理,應?租辦公室鴾ㄢq順,生活作息需要別人幫忙,是一個不折不扣的大孩子。而且他永遠單向思考,永遠都會 酒店打工為很簡單的事情而開心。第二名:巨蟹男巨蟹男的幼稚程度要看跟對方熟與不熟,如果跟對方不熟,就會裝老成,一定不?網路行銷|讓人覺得他很幼稚;但是跟他熟了之後,本性就會流露出來了。這跟巨蟹男覺得環境安不安全有關,當覺得這個環境對他是友善的,就可以放心了, 房屋二胎本性就可以表現出來,開始講笑話、依賴性...等等就出來了。第三名:天蠍男天蠍男永遠停留在青少年時期,愛玩、愛作弄別人,喜歡吸引別人注意,很像青少年時期的 信用貸款小孩,喜歡參加舞會派對,希望女生可以多看他一眼。等他長大、成熟了,就用事業成功來吸引異性,天蠍男就像小孩一樣,需要別人的讚美及肯定。第四名:魔羯男魔羯男的人生是倒著過的,年輕?酒店兼職漁伬圇O老成的,到了年紀越大就越想過沒有經歷過的青少年時期。魔羯男的幼稚是屬於青少年時期,當看到一大堆朋友時,就會很開心,曲終人散的時候,就會很失落。其實在這群朋友中,他也沒有做什麼,可是就會 情趣用品覺得這種場面人真多、真開心、真好,就是想把往日跟大家同樂的感覺找回來。第五名:雙子男雙子男做事還蠻有分寸,跟人家交往時,看起來老氣橫秋,一副少年老成的樣子,可事實上雙子男的幼稚是停留在幼年時期。雙子男之所以會陰晴不定 有巢氏房屋,是因為受了委屈,受了委屈之後就會想哭,可是會告訴自己男生不能哭,於是就會哭喪著臉,在他的內心裡,永遠有一個羞怯的男孩。 .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 酒店兼職  .

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          智邦業務副總離職感言 轉PO~勵志文章 智邦業務副總離職感言 親愛的業務處同仁: 雖然我用宇宙原則──沒有恆常來安慰我自己, 但是我還是覺得心裡好痛。實在是捨不下每日走進office看見你們充滿快樂前景笑容時的感受‧對於共事時光較長的同事,虔心希望你們能再激勵自己,更上一層樓‧至於相處時間較短的新夥伴們,請接受我一聲真心的抱歉,沒能有更長時間來互相勉勵‧以下面的小文章來和大家 房地產分享。 快樂不是自來水。有一次我以「快樂」為題演講。事後,聽眾中有位女士站起來說:「要是我丈夫也來聽就好了。」她說她深愛丈夫,但丈夫老是很不快樂,和她一起生活著實不容易。這位女士的話,讓我想到道理應該是這麼講的:為己為人,要把尋覓快樂當一回事‧我告訴她,為了我們的配偶、我們的子女 景觀設計、朋友,我們要儘量快樂。你若不相信我的話,不妨去問問,孩子跟不快樂的父母長大是什麼滋味;或者問問做父母的,如果他們有一個不快樂的孩子有多痛苦。 我的童年生活並不特別快樂,而且跟大多數少年人一樣,沉溺在自己以為的痛苦中‧但有一天我忽然醒悟,其實我是在畏難而取易‧要悶悶不樂並不難;那種事不需花心思力氣‧真 會場佈置正的成就在於盡所能以求快樂。很多人想都沒想過:快樂是必須去求、去找,才會有的。我們都以為快樂只是一種「感覺」,源自碰巧發生在我們身上的好事,而那種好事會不會發生,則非我們所能主宰。但真相剛好相反。快樂主要是由我們支配的,我們應該主動爭取,而非被動等待。  快樂的三個障礙 要有快樂人生,就要克服一些障礙,其中三個障礙是 太平洋房屋:  與別人比較 多數人都拿自己跟我們以為人生順利的人比較:有些是親友,有些是我們其實認識很淺的人。 有一次我認識一個年輕人,看來就是人生有成,日子過得開心那種人‧他談起他摯愛的妻女,談起他在他中意的城市當電台節目主持人,喜不自勝。我記得當時我心裡想的是:這傢伙就是那種事事順遂的少數幸運兒。接著我們談起電腦的互聯網‧他告訴我,他感激這世界上 有巢氏房屋有互聯網,因為他可以從中查索關於多發性硬化症的資料‧‧‧‧‧‧他妻子正在飽受此症煎熬。我先前以為他人生沒有任何不順遂的事,此時只覺自己愚不可及。 侷限於「完美」 幾乎每個人都有想像中完美的生活‧問題當然是很少有人事業與家庭都合乎他們自己想像中的標準。我個人就是個例子,我出生的家庭沒有人離過婚,在我看來婚姻是一生一世的事。因此我和第一任妻子在結婚五年,兒子出世三年後 小型辦公室離異時,我整個人垮掉了。我覺得自己是個窩囊廢後來我再婚,婚後向妻子芬妮坦認擺脫不了自覺家庭生活失敗的心頭陰影。她問我現在這個家有什麼不妥 ( 這時我們的家包括我的兒子和她與前夫生的女兒 )。我說,除了與兒子在一起的時間太少之外(我與前妻共同擁有撫養權),現在這一家人倒幸福的很。"那麼你為什麼不因此而開心生活?”她問。理當如此。但首先我必須擺脫「完美」家庭的假象。 過份注意缺憾 破壞快樂 小型辦公室的有效方法,莫過於對任何事物只集中注意「瑕疵」。例如望向天花板時,只盯著缺了塊鋪板的那處地方。正如有個禿子對我說的:「每次我走進人多的房間,只會注意到人家沒有一個是禿頭。」一旦你找出自己缺了哪一塊鋪板,就要探討:若重新取得這塊鋪板,是否真的可以使你快樂?然後你有三個行動選擇:去找到這塊鋪板,或用另一塊不同的餔板鋪上。又,或者根本不予理會,把注意力放在你生命中沒掉的鋪板上。  快樂的三道秘方 我多年來研究快樂的道 裝潢理,得到最重要結論之一是:人的一生遭遇,和他會多快樂並無太大關連。稍加細想就明白,這道理很明顯。我們都認識一些人,生活頗為順利,但從根本上來說不快樂;我們也知道有些人吃過不少苦頭。卻能樂天知命處世。  第一道秘方是感激── 快樂的人都有感激之心,無感激之心的人不會快樂。我們總以為人是因為不快樂才「抱怨」,其實「抱怨」可致人不快樂的說法,更有道理。  第二,要知道快樂是另一件事情的副產品── 最明顯的快樂泉源是:各種使我們生活 室內裝潢有目標的活動。例如研究昆蟲或打球。你越投入你所喜愛的活動,越可體驗更多快樂。 最後,應有如下的信念:這世界上有些永恆的事物是超越我們的,而且我們的生存有更重大的意義。這信念會使我們更快樂。我們需要精神上或宗教上信仰,或者秉持自己的人生觀。 無論你的人生觀是什麼,都該包含這個道理:如果你凡事都從好的方面看,對人生一定有好處。如果你總是從壞處想,日子就難過了。就如你想不想開心日子一樣,這事完全在於你的態度。很多人想都沒想過,快樂是必須去求、去找才會有?買房子滿C  .

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          小小發財夢 這期大樂?酒店工作/a>px">暴力虐待變態</ 明星情色小說span>z已連摃了N期,頭彩獎金高達6億,人 房屋貸款人都想中頭彩,我也不例外,和媽媽到了彩券行,買了100元電腦選號,希望今 系統傢俱晚億萬富翁就是我喔! 如果中了頭彩,我的奶粉 房屋買賣錢~尿布錢~學費~也都不用媽咪爹地操心了! 如果中了頭彩,還要幫拔?西裝外套瑋糧織咫j房子,還要去環遊世界ㄛ! 如果中了頭彩,別忘了也要做善事ㄛ! 新成屋 結果開出~2~3~10~21~25~34~,當晚果真又誕生了3位億萬富翁,雖然我沒有中頭彩,但是中了400元,也幫媽咪賺到一包尿布耶!也算是小小的收穫喔 術後面膜!  .

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          12月27日的食譜~~ 粗豆醬燒赤?魚 柯俊年-粗豆醬燒赤?魚 材料: 赤?魚3尾  蔥3根  薑30克 調味料: 粗豆醬3大匙 糖 襯衫1大匙 醬油1大匙 味霖2大匙 酒2大匙 做法: 室內設計 1. 將赤?魚兩面各劃一刀至中骨處,薑切絲,蔥切絲備用 2. 取一個碗 燒烤,倒入粗豆醬、醬油、味霖、酒和糖調拌均勻成為調味醬備用 3. 鍋中燒熱2大匙油,先放入赤 買屋網 ?魚以大火將兩面煎至微焦,再轉小火加入調味醬,並倒入水至淹蓋過食材後,轉大火煮至湯汁濃稠,再放入薑絲和蔥絲拌?票貼N均勻即可完成 程安琪-味噌肉絲 材料: 肉絲150克  茭白筍4支  乾木耳1小撮 蔥1支  太白粉1小匙 調味料: 醬油1小 關鍵字廣告匙 味噌2小匙 味霖半大匙  麻油數滴 做法: 1. 肉絲加入醬油和1-2大匙的水拌至吸收,再加入太白粉拌勻後略微醃放備用 2. 乾木耳泡開後摘好並切絲,茭白?買屋咫蟋楚A蔥切段備用 3. 取一個碗,倒入味噌和4大匙的水調勻,再加入味霖和麻油拌勻成為味噌醬汁備用 4. 鍋中倒入4-5大匙的油燒至6-7分熱,放入肉絲炒至9分熟後,先盛出備用 5. 接著將 信用卡代償餘油倒出只留下1大匙油,先放入蔥段和茭白筍拌炒,再放入木耳略微炒一下後,加入少許水炒熱,再淋下味噌醬汁炒至茭白筍略微變軟,然後放回肉絲炒勻即可完成 李明芳-雙芋燉肉 材料: 芋頭600克  馬鈴薯30 酒店工作0克  里肌肉300克  蒜頭5顆 調味料: 醬油3大匙 味霖2大匙 做法: 1. 芋頭切塊,馬鈴薯切塊備用 2. 鍋中倒入芋頭塊、馬鈴薯塊、蒜頭、里肌肉片、醬油、味霖和4碗水開火煮滾後,再轉小火繼續燉煮至熟透鬆軟即可完成 租房子  .

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          耳鳴還怪鄰居吵 男子錄音告上法庭 更新日期:2009/07/04 12:23 社會中心/綜合報導 高雄市一名吳姓男子因為罹?酒肉朋友w主觀性耳鳴,會常自覺聽?室內裝潢鴗ㄘ瑭n音,但其實都是耳鳴在做怪,根本沒 好房網有任何聲音,他卻怪罪是隔壁鄰居在深夜製造噪音,害他睡不著,甚?591亃惕i對方。而對方在當了40年的鄰居後,如今卻要為莫須有的噪音挨告,讓他們相當無奈。 兩家 部落格鄰居住40年原本都相安無事,沒想到,從2年前開始,吳姓男子開始在房子中央砌牆,而且越築越高,他表示,都是因為林居老 部落格在深夜製造噪音,害他睡不著、受不了。鄰居無奈喊冤,明明沒有吵鬧卻還被錄音,甚至告上法庭。 結果,醫師證明吳姓男子是罹患主觀性耳鳴, 部落格症狀就是自覺聽到不明聲音,但旁人都無法聽到。鄰居表示,自從吳姓男子開始耳鳴後,還會拿雞蛋、碗盤等物品朝他們家門口砸,說是要抗議噪音,但他們只覺 烤肉食材得莫名其妙。 因為男子本身病狀,無辜挨告的鄰居只能忍受配合,不過,他提供的噪音證據,法官認為只有偶爾狗叫聲和車聲,最後都以不起訴結案。(新聞來源:東森新聞記者崔顯亞 西服) 取自>http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/090704/17/1mftt.html .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 買屋網  .

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          繁華宇都宮 台女被迫賣淫 更新日期:2009/06/20 14:18 社會中心/綜合報導 台北市中山分局破獲竹聯幫玄武堂逼迫台灣女子到日本 情趣用品酒店賣淫,其中一名林小姐透過紙?買屋屭D救,在台日警方合作之下順利被救出火坑。這位林小姐被 會場佈置逼在宇都宮的「花之森」酒店工作。宇都宮被稱為「餃子之都」,45萬人口,到處都有居 房屋買賣酒屋,也是台灣觀光客經常到的地方,現在林小姐即將返台,對於脫離魔掌,心情平復很多。 來到熱鬧的宇都宮市 情趣用品,街道上商店林立,有餃子店、有居酒屋,裡頭還不乏有女陪侍的酒店。被賣到日本的林姓女子,就是在這種燈紅酒綠的地方工作,今 酒店打工年27歲的她家住在桃園,長相甜美,卻離鄉背井在日本宇都宮的花之森酒店賣淫,一年多來始終過著暗無天日的痛苦生活。 說起宇都宮市,台灣民眾對它或許並不陌?辦公室出租矷A宇都宮位於櫪木縣內,面積不大,人口也不多,但因為宇都宮是著名的「餃子之都」,也是「雷都」,距離東京約50分鐘的車程,是很多台灣遊客到東京會順道一遊的城市。 宇都?關鍵字排名c市的熱鬧繁華,讓台灣遊客慕名而來,卻也意外撿到林姓女子的求救紙條,寫著被囚禁的地點。或許是老天爺冥冥之中自有安排,台灣人救了台灣人,林姓女子結束賣淫苦日子,正準備回台灣重新開始。(新 燒烤聞來源:東森新聞) 取自>http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/090620/17/1lme9.html .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 節能燈具  .

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          學生為獨居老人義剪 同獲心靈快樂 更新日期:2009/06/02 17:19 (中央社記者李錫璋台中市2日電)獨居老人需要關懷,年輕 景觀設計世代需要學習關懷,創世基 酒店兼職金會台中南屯天使站今天將二者結合,安排明德女中?裝潢肮倏W居老人修剪頭髮及指甲。學生與老人家都獲得心靈上的快樂。 南屯天?房地產炟蜓﹛A獨居老人平時較少出門及與人交往,生活欠缺變化與活力,長期關懷獨居老人的南屯天使站,每年 酒店經紀都會為獨居老人舉辦關懷活動,鼓舞老人家走出家門,增強健康與歡樂。 天使站今天特別協調明德女中學習美容、美髮的學生?土地買賣A為南屯地區的獨居老人免費修剪頭髮與指甲,藉此幫助學生學習社會關懷,同時磨練技術,而且也利用機會關懷獨居老人,讓老人家整修門面、神清氣爽, 建築設計並享受子孫關懷的人倫樂趣。 92歲的楊老太太說,學生們的剪髮手藝都不錯,讓她感覺精神大為提振,也在剪髮過程中,感受到學生們的細心與關懷,生活也因此增加不少的快?酒店兼職痋C 帶領學生為老人家修剪頭髮與指甲的明德女中童姓老師說,學生們都已學得不錯的修剪技術,幫老人家免費修剪正好可以磨練技巧,而且又有關懷弱勢的學習機會,對學生而言,是一個實習的大好機 襯衫會。980602 取自>http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/090602/5/1kj8e.html .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 酒店經紀  .

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          USPACOM Commander Willard’s interview by Asahi Shimbun●朝日新聞(2010.12.28) USPACOM Commander Willard’s interview by Asahi Shimbun●朝日新聞(2010.12.28) Question: What is your assessment of the current situation in the Korean Peninsula? Are the tense moments behind us? What kind of military posture and deployment do you maintain, and will there be any change because of the change of situation? Answer: As we both know, there was not a response from the North Koreans to the artillery exercise that was conducted by the Republic of Korea on Dec. 20. Given that the South Koreans had been attacked two times by North Korea, I thought Ambassador Susan Rice, our ambassador to the United Nations, put it very well when she said that to everyone it should be obvious why the Republic of Korea feels it necessary to maintain their military readiness through the exercise of their military forces. I think, for now, we're past this particular crisis, but we have no doubt, given North Korea's history, that a next provocation is readied. It's a matter of assessing how it might be deterred or how the North Koreans might be dissuaded from exercising the next provocation. We think the U.S.-Republic of Korea alliance is part of that deterrence effort. We think the international community and China in particular are another part of it. Q: Looking at what happened in the Cheonan incident and also the recent shelling of the island, some people ask whether deterrence is effective and if it's working. Are the North Koreans deterred? A: There are various levels of deterrence. For 60 years, we've successfully deterred war on the Korean Peninsula. The U.S.-ROK alliance, 30,000 U.S. soldiers, the command structure, the advances in the Republic of Korea military, all of those things together have been a successful deterrent across the DMZ and have enabled us to maintain this armistice for many decades.That said, the other forms of deterrence, deterring their nuclear weapon advancements, denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, our ability to deter that development has not been successful to date, and likewise, in this instance, our ability to deter a series of provocations has not been particularly successful. We don't know what we're able to prevent, given the closed nature of North Korea, but it shouldn't stop us from continuing to attempt to posture ourselves and to have the international community apply what levers they can to try and deter the next provocations. Q: In March, you told the Senate Armed Services Committee, "China's rapid and comprehensive transformation of its armed forces is affecting regional military balances." Could you elaborate on how China's military expansion is affecting the regional military balance? A: Two 褐藻醣膠 ways. In one sense, the tremendous advancement in China's military itself is shifting the overall balance of military powers in the region. It's been rare in history that any country underpinned by the kind of economic power that China possesses has developed its military so rapidly. But at the same time, the other countries in the Asia-Pacific region that are troubled by and uncertain of China's intentions are also advancing their own military capabilities, and this is particularly true in the acquisition of submarines and advanced aircraft. We're seeing not only China advance, but (also) the other militaries in the region that can afford it seek to advance alongside. Q: Do you think that kind of procurement, or arms race, is detrimental to stability? Or is it better to have other countries procure a certain level of weapon systems to balance out China's expansion? A: I think that's a very fair question. I think that the nations in the region have a responsibility to be able to maintain security within their territory, and not all of the nations in the Asia-Pacific are self-sufficient militarily. To an extent, the acquisition of systems (and) the advancement of our regional militaries will assist all of us in sharing the responsibility to maintain security across Asia-Pacific. To the extent the acquisitions are specifically to counter China or any other nation's growing military, it would raise the question whether or not those acquisitions are properly balanced to achieve self-sufficiency or whether it's targeted against counter-balancing other military powers. Q: Is the strategic balance in the region tipping toward China's favor because of its military expansion? A: Well, when you say "strategic balance," you and I would have to help define that because there's more to strategic balance than just a growing military. I would say that the military balance is undoubtedly shifting as China's military expands faster than other regional nations, but the strategic balance remains in flux. And again, there is an economic factor in that. There is a diplomatic factor in that. There is a military factor in that. (And) there is an economic factor associated with that. When we talk strategic balance, we have to talk about relative influence in the international community globally. China bears a responsibility, given its growing economic power, growing diplomatic power globally and growing military, to be a greater contributor to the overall security--of not only the Asia-Pacific but elsewhere--brought about by its many elements of national power. Japan and the United States, two longstanding economic powers, are good examples of nations 婚禮顧問 that have achieved a strategic balance in the world and are meeting many of their global responsibilities. Q: Let me go into China's anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities. What is the current status of China's anti-ship ballistic missile development, and how close is it to actual operational deployment? A: The anti-ship ballistic missile system in China has undergone extensive testing. An analogy using a Western term would be "initial operational capability," whereby it has--I think China would perceive that it has--an operational capability now, but they continue to develop it. It will continue to undergo testing, I would imagine, for several more years. Q: China has achieved IOC? A: You would have to ask China that, but as we see the development of the system, their acknowledging the system in open press reporting and the continued testing of the system, I would gauge it as about the equivalent of a U.S. system that has achieved IOC. Q: Has China already perfected the technology to fly that missile and also the sensor systems for targeting? Has the entire system integration been completed? A: Typically, to have something that would be regarded as in its early operational stage would require that that system be able to accomplish its flight pattern as designed, by and large. Q: But they have not conducted the actual flight test or the test to attack moving ships yet, have they?A: We have not seen an over-water test of the entire system. Q: But do you believe they already have that capability?A: I think that the component parts of the anti-ship ballistic missile have been developed and tested. Q: Is it a bigger threat to the United States than submarines in terms of their A2/AD capabilities? A: No, I don't think so. Anti-access/area denial, which is a term that was relatively recently coined, is attempting to represent an entire range of capabilities and capacities that China has developed and that other countries have developed. It's not exclusively China that has what is now being referred to as A2/AD capability. But in China's case, it's a combination of integrated air defense systems, advanced naval systems such as the submarine, advanced ballistic missile systems such as the anti-ship ballistic missile, as well as power projection systems into the region. The anti-access/area denial systems, more or less, range countries, archipelagos such as Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam, so there are many countries in the region that are falling within the envelope of this, of an A2/AD capability of China. That should be concerning--and we know is concerning--to those countries.While it may be largely designed to assure China of its ability to a 開幕活動ffect military operations within its regional waters, it is an expanded capability that ranges beyond the first island chain and overlaps countries in the region. For that reason, it is concerning to Southeast Asia, (and) it remains concerning to the United States. Q: Do you think China already has the area denial capability inside of the first island chain? A: I think they are growing the capability inside of the first island chain. There is not one system that connotes an A2/AD capability. It's multiple systems. Some of those systems have the range capability to encompass the first island chain. Other aspects of A2/AD do not. To the extent that China is developing that capability, it is in development and advancing. I think that eventually, it's very likely that it will encompass what China is referring to as the "near seas," that extend to the first island chain. Q: What's the impact of China's growing A2/AD capabilities on the power projection capability of the United States? Is the U.S. power projection capability deteriorating because of China's A2/AD capability?A: No, I don't think so. Certainly, this kind of capability should be a concern to the region, and it poses a challenge to any naval or air operations that would be conducted in that area were it to be employed. Is it affecting my operations today? Not at all. Were it to pose a challenge to the United States, I'm confident that I have the capability to operate in that air space and water space. Q: It may have an impact on the U.S. power projection in the years to come, but at present, there is no impact at all, right? A: I would say that it's my responsibility to assure that the U.S. capabilities pace those kind of challenges, and we're endeavoring to do that. Q: In 1996, China launched missiles over Taiwan to influence its election; the United States sent two carrier battle groups close to Taiwan. Some experts say the United States cannot do that anymore unless you are ready to take a lot of risks because of China's A2/AD capabilities. Is it a fair statement to say you have to run much bigger risks to conduct the same kind of operations near Taiwan now compared with 1996? A: The anti-access/area denial capabilities, fully employed, will present a challenge to military operations in the region. That will have to be overcome. Q: The next topic is the collision off the Senkaku Islands. What should we read into the recent Senkaku incident between Japan and China in terms of China's maritime strategy or expansion?A: Clearly, China has articulated broad claims, both in the South China Sea and the East China Sea, and as a consequence of that, the Senkakus fall into (those) claims, as we all kn 房屋二胎ow, and remain a contested area between Japan and China. For the United States, we don't take sides in those contested claims areas but rather leave it to the claimants to solve the sovereignty issue between themselves. That said, in the case of the Senkakus, and regardless of the blame regarding the actual incident that occurred between the fisherman and the Japanese Coast Guard, China's subsequent actions were illustrative, both to Japan, to us in our observation, and to the region, regarding their willingness to be very assertive regarding those claims. From the detention of Japanese representatives that were in China to the suspension of rare earth mineral contracts, it was clear that China had intended to exert a number of levers in order to very strongly establish its position regarding the claim and the incident itself. At the end of the day, that was a signal to the region, and I think it was certainly eye-opening enough to raise concerns in ASEAN and in some of the dialogue that occurred subsequent to that. Q: Don't you think it backfired?A: In a way, yes. It appeared to be overplayed and, as a consequence, revealed a great deal to many of the countries, such as that they will be guarded regarding their exposure or their vulnerability to levers such as (the ones) China was exerting. Q: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the Senkakus fall within the scope of Article Five of the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty. Don't you think it is necessary for Japan and the United States to work out a joint operation plan for contingencies and conduct a joint exercise based on that plan? A: First, Secretary Clinton was articulating a longstanding obligation that the United States has, so the fact that an administered set of islands falls under Article Five is not new. To the extent that Pacific Command is obligated to coordinate the defense of Japan with the Japanese Self-Defense Forces and that the U.S. government and the Japanese government are obligated to come together in issues regarding defense of Japan, again (it) is longstanding. General (Ryoichi) Oriki, (chief of staff, joint staff of the Self-Defense Forces), and I are obligated to discuss my defense relationship and obligations as it pertains to our treaty together and plan accordingly. Q: So is there going to be planning? A: There is constant planning (for overall defense of Japan). Q: The next subject is the air-sea battle concept. It got a lot of attention in Japan when it appeared in the Quadrennial Defense Review, but it hasn't been clearly explained by the United States. Can you tell us what the joint air-sea battle concept is? A: There was formerly a ground-air battle construct between our Army and our Air Force that was an effort some years back 帛琉 to more optimally combine the capabilities of our Army and the capabilities and capacities of our Air Force to optimize their ability to conduct joint warfare together. This, similarly, is the same construct, related to our Navy and our Air Force. The secretary of defense was interested in ensuring that all the things that we're procuring in terms of future capabilities in our Air Force and our Navy have been optimally combined to achieve the maximum synergy that those two services can achieve in their operations together, and that's what the study has been about and has accomplished.This is attempting to optimize not only our current capabilities but our future capabilities together, so that when we are conducting joint warfare between those two services, it is maximizing the capability of both.They've added Marine Corps capabilities into it, and in the future, we're going to add and complement Army's capabilities as they relate to the maritime domain. At the end of the day, it's about joint warfare at an even higher level than simply combining our current capabilities and establishing command relations accordingly. Rather, this is about ensuring that our capabilities are optimized and synergistic. Q: Is it against the A2/AD challenge? A: That is one of the challenges that it's designed to be optimized against, but it's much more general than that. It's trying to maximize the capability of the two services in any environment. If anti-access/area denial environments are considered to be a particular challenge, then it would optimize the two services' ability to operate within that kind of an environment. Q: How does it apply to the Western Pacific or Asia-Pacific in your area of operational responsibility (AOR)? What kind of change are we going to see? A: The Asia-Pacific AOR is inherently maritime. Look at the Japanese archipelago as an example. It's an inherently maritime environment, where naval forces and air forces become particularly important in addressing contingencies throughout this region.As a consequence, the end result of this study and the actions that we take to optimize the naval and air contributions should benefit the Asia-Pacific as much as any other area of responsibility in the world. Q: What kind of role do you expect Japan to play in this air-sea battle concept?A: I would hope that, at the point in time when it's matured enough, that we'll have that discussion with the Japanese Self-Defense Forces in terms of assisting them in seeing the same benefits in combining the capabilities of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force.We've learned a great deal through the course of this study and the development that's resulting from it, 酒店經紀and it should benefit our allies and partners as well. Q: Japan has just renewed its National Defense Program Guidelines, a 10-year-long defense plan. One of the pillars is to shift the strategic focus from the north to the southwestern islands, including Okinawa. The idea is to enhance its role as a gatekeeper of those exits in the first island chain. Do you think this is the right way for Japan to shift its strategic focus? A: In a discussion that I had with General Oriki, we were having a strategic-level discussion of the importance of maritime security (and) sea lines of communication in the region. He showed me a chart. It was a view from the coastline of China and Russia and Korea northward, or upward, to Japan. It was informative in terms of the expanse of the Japanese archipelago, and the relative importance of the East China Sea and South China Sea regions and the sea lines of communication to Japan. General Oriki made the point to me that the East China Sea and South China Sea are vitally important to Japan and its economy for the purpose of the security of the commerce there. The idea that Japan would balance Self-Defense Forces' locations to try and optimize those regions that are of utmost importance to Japan's economy makes very good sense. Q: What is the main concern that the United States has for the South China Sea? Is it that the freedom of navigation along the sea lines of communication (SLOCs) would be jeopardized or is it that the South China Sea would be turned into what they call a "bastion" for China's nuclear submarines equipped to launch ballistic missiles (SSBNs)? A: It's very much the sea lines of communication, the fact that this region of the world carries about something in excess of $5 trillion annually of commerce, $1.3 trillion of annual trade for the United States. Those sea lines of communication are exceedingly vital. They're a national interest to the United States. I would offer they're a national interest to Japan. And their safety is a major concern. The idea that any nation would become overly assertive in terms of its claims or in terms of its relative influence in the South China Sea, at the expense of the other nations who have that same commercial interest, is the issue at hand. The ASEAN discussions--the ASEAN Regional Forum, the ASEAN Defense Minister Meeting Plus that occurred, the Shangri-la Dialogue, all of the multinational dialogue that occurred throughout 2010--that asserted the importance of the South China Sea, the importance of the sea lines of communication and freedom of navigation in the South China Sea and the relative national interests in the South China Sea were illustrative of that point and, I think, represent the answer to your question. Q: Some experts I've talked with in 澎湖民宿 Washington have said that one of the reasons why China calls the South China Sea a "core interest," but not the East China Sea, is because of this "SSBN bastion" theory. You don't quite buy that? A: I don't. In fact, we would cast it a little bit differently. We would tell you that the South China Sea "contains" what China refers to as their "core interests," both economically and from a sovereign standpoint. So does the East China Sea. Q: What do you think is China's strategy beyond Taiwan? Do you think they're just pursuing sea control out to the second island chain or do you think they seek a larger strategic goal, even global hegemony? A: I think China has global aspirations, and economically, socially, diplomatically and militarily, they are focused presently on what they term their "near seas"--the Bohai, Yellow Sea, South China Sea, East China Sea. They are interested in minimizing foreign military influence in that region, and that's what we see occurring. I think they have an interest in being able to influence beyond that point, and they have aspirations to eventually become a global military. In the capabilities that we're seeing develop, that is fairly obvious. Q: What's the strategic chemistry between the United States and China, and is that a competition between the United States and China over primacy in the Asia-Pacific? How do you characterize the nature of the strategic chemistry or competition between the two countries? A: There is an effort on the part of the United States to engage China. I think there is an effort on the part of China to engage the United States. And I think that it's very broad. At the Strategic and Economic Dialogue that I attended with Secretary Clinton, I was struck by the very rich and mature engagement across many of our secretariats and many of China's ministries and the depth of commitment that they both had to their dialogue. On the military side, we're relatively immature and behind in our relationship, and I think it affects the perception of that strategic relationship between the two nations. I think that one of the purposes of the restart of our mil-to-mil engagement, on the part of the United States, is to be convincing to the United States regarding the importance of maintaining a continuum of that dialogue so that eventually it can catch up to the other engagement that's ongoing.I think there are differences, frankly, in China's overall approach, strategic approach, and there is divergence in some areas, convergence in others with those of the United States. In those areas of difference, I think the two nations have got to (engage in) dialogue and eventually work those out. When you say, "competition," I would offer "engagement, with areas of divergence that ultimately have to be resolved bet 訂做禮服ween the two countries." Q: You said the mil-to-mil dialogue between the United States and China has resumed. But it's been suspended over half a year because of the Taiwan arms sale. Japan has also experienced a similar suspension because of the Senkaku and other issues.How can we overcome this kind of on and off dialogue with China and make it into a continuum? A: We need China's cooperation to do that obviously. The appeal that I made was the relative risk associated with the on-again, off-again nature of mil-to-mil. As China becomes a more consequential military and as the United States and Japan continue to maintain their forward presence in the region, we will come into contact at an ever-increasing rate, and we are doing that now. Therefore, it becomes very important that there be no misunderstanding or no miscalculation between our militaries as they contact with one another. During those periods when mil-to-mil relations are suspended and there's no dialogue, we will tend to lose fractions of or whole generations of young officers and enlisted personnel who aren't familiar with the other military. As a consequence, when they do come into contact, there is risk of misunderstanding, miscommunication and miscalculation. It's very important that we prevent that, and it's a responsibility that China bears, as do we, to ensure that that military dialogue is a continuum. We're making that appeal to them now. It's appealing to their leadership and to their responsibility. But again, unless they're willing to embrace it, it will be hard to overcome what has traditionally been an on-again, off-again experience with them. Q: Regarding multilateral relationships, Japan is pursuing the enhancement of a security relationship with South Korea and is perhaps looking at some sort of a virtual Japan-U.S.-South Korea trilateral arrangement eventually. I understand the United States is very eager to develop this kind of relationship. Will you discuss how you see the potential of a Japan-South Korea-U.S. trilateral security arrangement? A: First of all, I think it's a natural fit. I mean, when you look at our three militaries, and the fact that the United States is allied with both the Republic of Korea and Japan, we've grown our militaries to be very complementary, very interoperable and very capable. All three nations' militaries are a match, if you will. All three nations are like-minded in many ways. From a security standpoint, we have similar objectives.It would seem natural that we would combine those capabilities and cooperate with one another to ensure the future security of Northeast Asia and, frankly, the broader Asia-Pacific.In our view, it's a natural trilateral security arrangement if we can overcome some differences (and) some policy gaps. The things tha 宜蘭民宿t would enable us to bring three nations' militaries, three nations' security establishments, more closely together. That's been the purpose of the dialogue that has been occurring. I've had the opportunity to meet with chiefs of defense of both nations. We've had those similar dialogues at the ministerial level and higher. We're eager to see this advance. I think Japan has been very forward-leaning. We're encouraged by Korea's willingness to engage as well. Small things, like Japanese observers in the recent Sea of Japan exercise, or Korean observers invited into Keen Sword. Those are very positive steps to bring our three militaries together, and when we do come together, all three of us will find ourselves very similar in capability and very like-minded in terms of our military objectives. Q: What is the impact of eventual operational control (opcon) transfer from the United States to South Korea, upon the future command structure of the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM)? Will it change the status of United States Forces Japan, which is currently an administrative command, so that it can assume the command of, perhaps, Joint Task Force (JTF) in time of war? A: Well, when you refer to operational control transition in 2015 in the Republic of Korea, that's intended to address the relationship of Combined Forces Korea and the ROK military, such that Combined Forces Korea becomes a supporting command to the ROK in time of war. Right now, the Republic of Korea Forces chop to, become under the operational command of, a United States general, in time of war. And we think that, after so many decades of development of the ROK military, that they're more than capable of assuming the supported role in their own defense. In terms of how that opcon transition will affect broader command relations in the region, I would only offer that I see potential in U.S. Forces Japan, as a command and staff, in assuming a more effective role in dialogue with the Japanese Self-Defense Forces and their needs insofar as defense of Japan is concerned. I've been working with General Oriki to imagine, at the operational level of command, the kind of command structure that would meet his needs the best, and whether or not United States Forces Japan is the right staff to have that dialogue with. Those discussions continue.We have a ways to go to see whether the shift in who's supported and who's supporting on the Korean Peninsula, what ripple effect that could have in PACOM. But right now I would offer that I regard USFJ (U.S. Forces Japan) very highly and a command with more potential, perhaps, than the administrative nature of its work in the past. http://www.asahi.com/english/TKY201012270241.html   .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 房屋買賣  .

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