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Monthly feature photo January 2005
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2005, year of the rooster
According to the Eastern Zodiac 2005 is the year of the Rooster. This year will be exceptionally good for the application of scientific achievements to production. The year 2005 will also be a great period for creative works; great time for the emergence of new talents. Good thing have occurred in previous Rooster years, such as 1945, 1957, 1969 and 1993.

World War II, the war to end all wars, came to an end in 1945, and in 1957, integration began in Little Rock; the Treaty of Rome established what was then called the Common Market in Europe, the forerunner of the current European Union, and even Chairman Mao began to relax restrictions in China.

In another Rooster year, 1969, the United States and Soviet Union signed a nuclear non-proliferation treaty, Apollo 11 landed on the Moon, and, of course, we had the Summer of Love at Woodstock.

And during the last Rooster year, 1994, Nelson Mandela was elected the first black president of formerly white-controlled South Africa.

So Rooster years appear to portend reconciliation, love and an end to violence. This world these days could certainly use a year that embodies those attributes.

May all members experience this latest Year of the Rooster as one of peace and prosperity for themselves and their loved ones.

This flying kick of Blue Hennie is a copy of Bruce Lee's flying kick in the movie "Fist of Fury".

Thank you, Duong for the nice shot.
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There are several nice headshot in the gallery,

one of them was this headshot by Rich.

Thank you Rich for the photo.

Scales Reading
Double Daggers

Ga don that have Double Daggers scales on their legs are known as killers.

Their opponents usually don't live to crow after the matches.

(Scales source from Mong Lang)

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