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BEIJING Lions Graham Glasgow Jersey , Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- All the starting five of Bayi scored in double-digit at home court against Tianjin, embracing the first win of the season 100-86 in the 15th round of the 2017-2018 Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league on Tuesday.
Bayi, the only team without foreign players in CBA, suffered 14 consecutive losses since the beginning of the season and sit at the bottom. Tianjin, with only 3 victories in the previous rounds, has never won an away game by now.
Eli Holman, powerful center of Tianjin, earned a game-high 40 points, nearly half of the total score of the entire team .
In the battle for the top position of the table, the visiting Shangdong beat Jiangsu 111-99. The two teams, together with Liaoning, shared the same top spot with an identical record of 11 wins and 3 losses before the game. Liaoning will meet Jijin on Wednesday at home.
Marshon Brooks of Jiangsu contributed a team-high 30 points, 14 rebounds and 9 assists, but missed 18 shots out of 34 attempts. The rising star Ding Yanyuhang of Shangdong, with the seasonal average 26.2 points, finished the crucial shots in the last quarter and sealed the victory. Shangdong made 22 points at the free-throw line, 8 more than the opponents.
Memi Becirovic, head coach of Jiangsu, told Xinhua the players felt some pressure before the game and did not play well in the second quarter and were 20 points behind.
""It's difficult to play against Shangdong,"" said Becirovic, ""it's hard to defend Ding and he could always score at the key moment.""
Elsewhere on Tuesday, the visiting Aolong edged Sichuan 100-99. Shavlik Randolph of Aolong contributed the game-high 40 points and 40-year-old Stephon Marbury got 8 points in 30 minutes.
Shanxi, ranked 15th in the league, claimed a surprising win at home over Xinjiang 116-114. Former NBA Rockets forward Luis Scola scored a team-high 37 points. Darius Adams of Xinjiang scored 51 points with 38 attempts in 47.2 minutes.
Qingdao lost to Guangsha 113-105, and the 20-year-old Hu Jinqiu of the visiting team earned 30 points and 9 rebounds.
LONDON, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- The first ever solo exhibition in the North of England featuring the work of celebrated U.S. artist and leading figure in pop art Andy Warhol is to be held at Tate Liverpool in November.
The exhibition, Transmitting Andy Warhol, scheduled to open on Nov. 7, will "star" one of the most iconic images of the 20th century, his artwork featuring the Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe.
The painting, Marilyn Diptych, has been named the world's third most influential work of modern art, and remains one of the most enduring images of all time.
The event will bring together more than 100 of Warhol's artworks across a range of media, all created by a man regarded as one of the most influential, controversial and notorious artists of the twentieth century.
The artist, who was born in Pittsburgh in 1928 and died in 1987 in New York, remains one of the most important and influential artists of the Post War period and the central figure associated with pop art.
Warhol's ideas and artwork brought to life his belief that "art should be for everyone" and the Tate exhibition will trace how his practice expanded into publishing, film, music and broadcasting.
From television commercials to featuring pop culture icons, Transmitting Andy Warhol shows how the artist combined the conceptual processes of making, marketing, publicity and distribution within a single artwork.
The exhibition, which will run until Feb. 8, 2015, will include some of his best known works. As well as Marilyn Diptych, his tribute after her untimely Marilyn Monroe, the exhibits will include Dance Diagram and Do-it-Yourself paintings.
During the 1960s Warhol made his name by painting celebrities such as blonde actress Monroe, the so-called King of Rock music Elvis Presley, the actor Marlon Brando and screen diva Elizabeth Taylor. Warhol also painted objects including Campbell's Soup Cans, dollar bills and electric chairs.
Tate Liverpool belongs to the nationally-run Tate and attracts more than 600,000 visitors a year to its gallery in the city's regenerated dockland complex, the Albert Dock.
Use Memory Training To Transform Your Memory Recall July 18, 2013 | Author: Lachlan Haynes | Posted in Education
Have you ever sat down and spent a small amount of time doing some memory training? Or do you just expect your memory to work perfectly and get frustrated when you can’t remember what you want to remember? If you do, don’t worry because you are not alone.
What would having a “good memory” mean to you? Would it mean that you could always remember people’s names? Would it mean that you can remember everything you need to know for that test that’s coming up soon? Or would it mean that you can remember everything that ever happens – like those people you saw on television that have photographic memories?
The truth is that our memory works the way it is designed to work. But we don’t take the time to understand just how it works! You see, the key for improving your memory recall (also known as “remembering things”) is to move your memories from your short-term memory to your long-term memory (and to then remember those memories in great detail!)
However, in order to move your memories from your short-term memory to your long-term memory you must understand and apply the five pillars of memory. Trying to improve your memory recall without understanding the five pillars is like trying to drive without a car, it’s not going to work and you might hurt yourself!
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