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Wilber Pan
... Wilber Pan also known as Will Pan (traditional Chinese 潘瑋柏 simplified Chinese 潘玮柏 pinyin Pān Wěibó Pe̍h-ōe-jī PhoaⁿÚi-peh) was born on ... He is an American-born Chinese Mandopop singer-songwriter, rapper and actor, who started his career as a host of Channel V programs ... Pan was awarded Best Leading Actor in a Television Series for Endless Love (愛∞無限) at the 46th Golden Bell Awards in 2011, Taiwan's equivalent to the Emmy Awards ...
Pan - Other
... Pan Club Copenhagen, Club in Copenhagen for homosexual people Pan (surname), Chinese family name (潘 or 盤) Fan (surname), Chinese family name (范 or 樊) Pan-pan, a ...
Winter Pan American Games - History
... The Pan American Sports Organization originally conceived of a Winter Pan American Games after the first Pan American Games were held in Buenos Aires in 1951, but the idea was abandoned due to a lack of interest from ... The idea was revived after the 1987 Pan American Games in Indianapolis ... PASO nations and participants from the 1988 Winter Olympics, it was determined that the first Winter Pan American Games should take place in Las Leñas, Argentina in 1989 and be held every four years ...
Pan-Turkism - History
... exiled Enlightenment leaders espousing Pan-Turkism fled to Istanbul, where a powerful Pan-Turkic movement rose ... From that time, the Turkish Pan-Turkism grew into a nationalistic, ethnically oriented replacement of the Caliphate by a worldwide state ... acknowledged that such a goal was impossible at the time and reluctantly replaced Pan-Turkic idealism with solely Anatolian nationalism aimed at preservation of an Anatolian nucleus instead ...
1990 Winter Pan American Games
... The 1990 Winter Pan American Games was held in Las Leñas, Argentina from September 16 to September 22, 1990 ... It was the only Winter Pan American Game realized ...

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