What Others Say About Silk Road Travel & Technology
A place of adventure and invention… – Dr. Sam Willis, historian and broadcaster, BBC documentary: The Silk Road.
The most influential people moving along the Silk Road were refugees. Waves of immigrants brought technologies from their respective homelands, practicing those skills or introducing motifs in their new homes. – Valerie Hansen, Yale professor, historian and author of The Silk Road: A New History, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization
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Neil Squire Society
The presentation will showcase and explain some of the different solutions Neil Squire Society offers for people with disabilities and other barriers to their work related activities.
The solutions in the PowerPoint presentation will be hi-tech, lo-tech, and ergonomic in nature. Presenters will be talking about solutions for people with vision challenges, hearing challenges (Roger Pen) and ergonomic solutions they recommend most often and a few other surprises!
Discover Malaysia – Truly Asia. The country is one of Asia’s top destinations for adventure, food, fun and where the loonie can go a little further. Find out new and exciting happenings for Visit Malaysia 2020.
Live out your dreams in Puglia – Italy, where sun, sand, delicious food and wine, captivating attractions, and friendly locals welcome discerning visitors seeking a less travelled, relaxing holiday for a great value.
Planning for your next vacation? Explore Silk Road destinations: Mongolia, India, Morocco, Turkey, France & Spain with Yvette Crossley of Personal Travel Management, and get firsthand tips on must-see attractions.
The Silk Road
A contribution of many civilizations, the Silk Road paved the way to global trade; rich cultural, scientific, technological and religious exchanges, and shaped our interconnected world today.
Theme: Bridging Cultures, Engaging Communities, Inspiring Discoveries. Date: July 6 & 7, 2019 Venue: Vancouver Art Gallery, North Plaza
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