China Sea Shipwrecks

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USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) - 1998 To 2008 (Homeport: Yokosuka)
... She was again underway to the Sea of Japan 22 October to participate in Exercises Foal Eagle and AnnualEx 11G. 2001, Kitty Hawk was buzzed by a group of Russian warplanes in the Sea of Japan, which proceeded to take pictures of the reaction on deck ... Kitty Hawk deployed to the North Arabian Sea for the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom ...
List Of Historical Drama Films - High and Late Middle Ages (1000-1453)
... Cid The Raid of the Aegean 1946 1096–1099 Eastern Mediterranean Sea First Crusade The Mighty Crusaders 1958 1096–1099 Levant First Crusade Rytsarskiy roman 2000 1096–1099 Byzantine ... The Adventures of Marco Polo 1960 1254–1325 China the Italian explorer who traveled to the court of Kublai Khan Marco Polo 1982 1254–1325 China ...
South China Sea Shipwrecks
... The South China Sea shipwrecks are two shipwrecks discovered in the South China Sea ... The shipwrecks may yield important archaeological evidence about the marine Silk Road trade route linking ancient China with the Western world ... South China Sea-I was discovered in 1987 and is the marine Silk Road area ...

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    ... overconfidence in one’s own ability is the root of much evil. Vanity, egoism, is the deadliest of all characteristics. This vanity, combined with extreme ignorance of conditions the knowledge of which is the very A B C of business and of life, produces more shipwrecks and heartaches than any other part of our mental make-up.
    Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)

    Anyone who tries to keep track of what is happening in China is going to end up by wearing all the skin of his left ear from twirling around on it.
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    Yes! in sea of life enisled,
    With echoing straits between us thrown,
    Dotting the shoreless watery wild,
    We mortal millions live alone.
    Matthew Arnold (1822–1888)