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Living and Working in Hong Kong by Rachel Wright Pdf
Living; 1. The reality of life in Hong Kong; 2. Lifestyles; 3. Costs and Standards of Living; 4. Types of Accommodation; 5. Food; 6. Shopping; 7. Healthcare; 8. Childcare and Schools; 9. Leisure - sports, culture, entertainment, travel; Working; 10. Job Hunting; 11. Public and private sector work; 12. English Language Teaching; 13.
The Impact on Seafarers' Living and Working Conditions of Changes in the Structure of the Shipping Industry by International Labour Organisation. Joint Maritime Commission Pdf
This report is divided into four parts. It begins with an examination of some of the main changes which have occurred in world shipping and which have influenced the labour market and conditions of work and life of seafarers. It then examines some aspects of the labour market for seafarers as well as a number of changes which have had an impact on conditions of work. Another chapter reviews the current conditions of work and life in the shipping industry, concerning wages, hours of work, food, accommodation and welfare as well as certain issues such as gender and abandonment of seafarers, with particular emphasis on shipboard conditions. The report concludes with a summary and a list of suggested points for discussion.
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Author : European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions Publisher : Unknown Page : 40 pages File Size : 40,8 Mb Release : 2002 Category : Quality of life ISBN : UCSD:31822042087007
A Living Work of Art by A. J. Kox,H. F. Schatz Pdf
Hendrik Antoon Lorentz was one of the greatest physicists and mathematicians the Netherlands has ever known. Einstein called him "a living work of art, a perfect personality". During his funeral in 1928, the entire Dutch nation mourned. The national telegraph service was suspended for three minutes and his passing was national and international front-page news. The cream of international science, an impressive list of dignitaries, including the Prince Consort, and thousands of ordinary people turned out to see Lorentz being carried to his last resting place. This biography describes the life of Lorentz, from his early childhood, as the son of a market gardener in the provincial town of Arnhem, to his death, as a towering figure in physics and in international scientific cooperation and as a trailblazer for Einstein's relativity theory. A number of chapters shed light on his unique place in science, the importance of his ideas, his international conciliatory and scientific activities after World War One, his close friendship with Albert Einstein, and his important role as Einstein's teacher and intellectual critic. By making use of recently discovered family correspondence, the authors were able to show that there lies a true human being behind Lorentz's façade of perfection. One chapter is devoted to Lorentz's wife Aletta, a woman in her own right, whose progressive feminist ideas were of considerable influence on those of her husband. Two separate chapters focus on his most important scientific achievements, in terms accessible to a general audience.