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$1.00 for the whole album! Now that's what I call a real deal. Can't beat the price for such a classic album. 
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Stunning!!! His voice is hauntingly beautiful. Truly a gem among Tibetan musicians in exile! Enjoy #tenzinchoegyal   #tibetanmusic   #musichasnoborders  
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You'll probably have seen it... but just in case
I think both the article I linked to yesterday and this interview are worth recording for historic reasons, and the fact that the man is on fire. Extraordinary moment in our political life.
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Join me in donating to the Robin Hood Relief Fund to help the thousands impacted by Hurricane Sandy. https://donate.121212concert.org/ Rolling stone still rocks ! 
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Did that Shugden rep say that millions and millions of people are affected? What a blatant lie! Shugden worship is practised by a fringe group of Tibetans and misguided westerners only! As Dalai Lama has said repeatedly in the past, Shugden worship is not a religion, but spirit worship. I hope you all find the right path one day. 
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"One of the most important sites in Tibetan Buddhism, Labrang presents an idyllic picture of sacred devotion that is carefully curated by the Chinese government, which hopes to convince visitors that Tibetan religion and culture are swaddled in the Communist Party’s benevolent embrace."
XIAHE, China — Buddhist monks in flowing burgundy robes hurried along the dirt paths of the Labrang Monastery, trying their best to ignore the scrum of Chinese tourists following their every move, many with cameras fit for paparazzi. Pilgrims and those less spiritually inclined wandered through ...
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Classic rock never dies! Rock on for hurricane Sandy relief concert! 
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
After few unsuccessful visits, I finally managed to get their carrot cake. It's often sold out, but I got lucky that day. Anyways the cake was so delicious, not the type you get at big box grocery store like Metro. I'm glad that we have this bakery in our neighborhood.
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Excellent store for alterations! Thanks to him, I got a whole new wardrobe now.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Typical Chinese Hakka cuisine. Not the best in town but it's decent and very cheap Imo.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I went to this club for the NYE party with a group of friends. We had booked a table and bottle service that night. Well we ended up with the WORST NYE EXPERIENCE EVER! It was horrible to say the least, and I’ll never step foot in this place ever again. We spent close to $1000 for “VIP Treatment”, but our experience was anything but… here’s all that the club did wrong: • The bouncers were rude and as the night progressed, kicked out several members of our group claiming they were drunk. We were understandably tipsy (I don’t know what club expects patrons to be stone cold sober after ordering bottle service) – but we were well behaved, and all of us were dancing with each other within our “VIP area”. I don’t know how this qualified as grounds to have us kicked out of the club. By 1 a.m only 3 out of 10 us remained in the club. • In the rush to regroup, I forgot to pick up my credit card & drivers license from the server. I assumed it would be safe at the club since this is a common occurrence at clubs, but upon calling several times, and finally getting in touch with the manager and driving down to the club, he told me that I was mistaken and too drunk to remember taking my CC & license with me that night. • My CC was charged at the club after me and my friends had left the club, and at some other nearby store, which I pointed out to the manager. • He calls back in a few days, and tells me the server gave my credit card to one of my friends (whom she supposedly contacted by phone the next day). First of all, even if that were true – that’s bad practice in general – why would you give someones credit card to anyone else and further more let them sign off on the charges? Secondly that was obviously a lie, since we all left at the same time – and the friend the server claimed to have contacted/given my stuff to had lost his phone when leaving the club that night. I’ve read similar reviews about bouncers kicking out customers for no reason – rockwood might want to stop overcrowding the club and then picking random people to kick out after they’ve paid the cover charge. (The club was shut down after NYE for a few weeks because of overcrowding, use of controlled substances in the premises etc.) I had to cancel my credit card & get a new license, which is annoying, but what’s even worse is that the management didn’t even apologise. Instead they tried to blame me saying that I was probably drunk. Upon googling reviews on this club, I regret not having researched it before. I’m surprised that this club is still open! Take my advice and avoid this club like a plague! Spend your hard earned money where you’ll be taken care of and not abused!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago