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Lobsang Sangay, (born 1968, Darjiling, India), Tibetan scholar and political leader who became prime minister in the Tibetan Central Administration, the Tibetan government-in-exile, in 2011. He was both the first non-monk and the first person born outside Tibet to hold the position.

Sangay was born in a refugee camp for Tibetan exiles. His father, a former Buddhist monk, kept livestock and managed to save money to send his son to school. Sangay studied at the University of Delhi, earning a Bachelor of Laws degree; there he joined and soon became an executive with the Tibetan Youth Congress, a group of exiles advocating Tibetan independence. Upon graduation from Delhi in 1994, Sangay won a Fulbright scholarship to study in the United States at Harvard Law School, from which he earned a Master of Laws degree in 1996. He was awarded subsequent fellowships and contributed to reports on Tibetan issues for several nongovernmental organizations, including the International Commission of Jurists and the Pacific Basin Research Center. He then returned to Harvard for study toward a Doctor of Juridical Science degree, which he completed in 2004.

While a doctoral student, Sangay organized a conference of mainland Chinese and Tibetan scholars, which was attended by the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, who at the time was both the spiritual and the political head of the Tibetan government-in-exile. Sangay remained at Harvard after graduation as a research fellow with the law school’s East Asian legal studies program. In addition to performing research on human rights issues, Sangay testified on human rights abuses in Tibet before the U.S. Congress and, in 2009, organized a second conference of mainland Chinese and Tibetan scholars, again including the Dalai Lama, who also met with 100 Chinese scholars at Harvard University. He also became prominent within the Tibetan Buddhist community in nearby Medford, Mass.

In 2009 Sangay was nominated by Tibetan exiles as a candidate in the 2011 election for the office of kalon tripa, or prime minister, in the Tibetan Central Administration. The significance of the election, held on March 20, 2011, was increased by the Dalai Lama’s declaration earlier that month that he would devolve his role as head of state in the government-in-exile to the prime minister. Sangay campaigned by traveling to Tibetan exile communities in several countries, prompting comparisons to U.S. Pres. charisma and his ability to inspire confidence in his constituents. Moreover, his campaign message reassured those Tibetan exiles who had been uneasy about the prospect of the first government-in-exile not administered by the Dalai Lama, as Sangay promised to maintain the latter’s “middle way” of pursuing Tibetan autonomy within the People’s Republic of China rather than political independence from it.

Sangay easily won the election, garnering 55 percent of more than 49,000 votes cast from among the approximately 83,000 Tibetan exiles who were eligible to vote. Sangay succeeded Lobsang Tenzin as the second directly elected kalon tripa in an inauguration ceremony that was held on August 8, 2011.

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Plaza Isidro Ayora 100, 180250 Baños, Ecuador –Excellent location – show map

breakfast, location, staff, and the sound and view of the waterfall

Although the breakfast is said to be good, its not completely Heart Healthy and the staff is willing to cook up a Vegan dish to satisfy us with our diet choice.

Todo muy chevere, en el desayuno le falto un buen cafe espesso.

La habitación me encanto, amplia y con un bolsón con vista a las montañas verdes y una cascada.

Instalaciones en buen estado, limpio, seguro. El personal muy cordial, una buena experiencia en realidad lo recomendaría.

La distribución de los espacios físicos de uso general

Todo el hotel es increíble, sus vistas, instalaciones, el personal muy atento y amable, el desayuno delicioso, definitivamente no me quiero ir!

las instalaciones en general la comida del restaurante estuvo deliciosa

El personal muy cordial y hospitalario, confiables y preocupados en que disfrutemos de nuestra estancia! Nos encanta todo!

La comida y la vista estubieorn muy bien así como la camada muy cómoda

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“breakfast, location, staff, and the sound and view of the waterfall”

“Although the breakfast is said to be good, its not completely Heart Healthy and the staff is willing to cook up a Vegan dish to satisfy us with our diet choice.”

“Todo muy chevere, en el desayuno le falto un buen cafe espesso.”“0”

“La habitación me encanto, amplia y con un bolsón con vista a las montañas verdes y una cascada. ”“0”

“Instalaciones en buen estado, limpio, seguro. El personal muy cordial, una buena experiencia en realidad lo recomendaría. ”“0”

“La distribución de los espacios físicos de uso general”“0”

“Todo el hotel es increíble, sus vistas, instalaciones, el personal muy atento y amable, el desayuno delicioso, definitivamente no me quiero ir!”“0”

“las instalaciones en general la comida del restaurante estuvo deliciosa”“0”

“El personal muy cordial y hospitalario, confiables y preocupados en que disfrutemos de nuestra estancia! Nos encanta todo! ”“0”

“La comida y la vista estubieorn muy bien así como la camada muy cómoda ”“0”

Located right in front of Cascada de la Virgen Cascade, Sangay Spa Hotel features a swimming pool, a tennis court, and a football pitch in Baños. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Baños de Agua Santa Basilica is 400 m away.

With large windows overlooking the cascade, rooms at Sangay Spa Hotel are very bright. All of them have private bathrooms.

Guests can make use of the Turkish bath or relax in the hot tub. They can also enjoy themselves in the games room, which features table tennis, or engage in tennis and basketball matches. Trampolines are featured.

Free parking is provided. Sangay Spa Hotel is 800 m from the bus terminal.

This is our guests‘ favourite part of Baños, according to independent reviews.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.3 for a two-person trip.

Sangay Spa Hotel has been welcoming guests since 17 May 2013.

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Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan, Avrupa Birliği ile ilgili açıklama yaparken Şangay 5’lisinden bahsetti. Peki Şangay 5’lisi nedir? Şangay 5’lisi ne demek? Şangay 5’lisi ne zaman kurulmuştur

Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Avrupa Birliği ile ilgili yaptığı açıklamalarda; Türkiye’nin Şangay 5’lisi içinde kendine yer bulabileceğinden bahsetti. Peki Erdoğan’ın bahsetmiş olduğu Şangay 5’lisi nedir? İşte Şangay Beşlisi hakkında tüm detaylar..

1996 tarihinde Çin Halk Cumhuriyeti’nin Şanghay kentinde „Rusya, Kazakistan, Kırgızistan, Çin ve Tacikistan“ ülkelerinin katılımıyla adına „Şanghay Beşlisi“ denilen bölgesel güvenlik alanında derin iş birliğini öngören bir oluşum gün yüzüne çıktı.

2001 yılında Özbekistan da bu oluşuma katılınca ismi „Şanghay İşbirliği Örgütü“ olarak değiştirildi. Oluşum, ağırlıklı olarak 2000’li yıllardan itibaren, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’nin bölgelerindeki askeri varlığına sert tavırlar ortaya koymuş ve „tek kutuplu dünya düzenine“ karşı çıkmıştır.

2015 yılında Rusya’ya bağlı Başkurdistan Cumhuriyeti’nde düzenlen „Şanghay İşbirliği Örgütü“ liderler zirvesinde açıklamalar yapan Rusya Devlet Başkanı Vladimi Putin, Hindistan ve Pakistan için yeni bir üye kabul prosedürü başlatıldığını ve örgüt için yeni bir dönemin başladığını duyurdu.

Türkiye ise Şangay Beşlisi’nde Azerbaycan, Ermenistan, Kamboçya, Nepal ve Sri Lanka ile birlikte diyalog ortağı statüsünde bulunuyor.

Çin Halk Cumhuriyeti Kazakistan Kırgızistan Rusya Tacikistan Özbekistan

Azerbaycan Beyaz Rusya Ermenistan Kamboçya Sri Lanka Türkiye

Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Semerkant dönüşü gazetecilere yaptığı açıklamada, „Türkiye „Benim için varsa, yoksa AB“ dememeli… Kanaatim bu. Mesela, „Şanghay 5’lisinde Türkiye niye olmasın?“ diyorum. Bunu Sayın Putin’e olsun, Nazarbayev’e olsun, şu anda Şanghay 5’lisinin içinde olanlara da söyledim. Başlangıçta 5 ülkenin kurduğu Şanghay İşbirliği Örgütü’ne Özbekistan, Pakistan, Hindistan gibi ülkeler dahil oldu… İran da girmek istiyor. Sayın Putin, „Bunu değerlendiriyoruz“ gibi bir ifade de kullandı. Türkiye’nin Şanghay 5’lisi içinde yer alması, bu konuda çok daha rahat hareket etmesini sağlayacaktır diye düşünüyorum.“ ifadelerini kullanmıştı.

Rusya’da parlamentonun üst kanadı Federasyon Konseyi’nin Savunma Komitesi üyesi Aleksey Puşkov, Twitter hesabından Erdoğan’ın sözlerini değerlendirdi. Puşkov, „Türkiye’nin Şangay İşbirliği Örgütü üyeliği Erdoğan için mantıklı bir adım. Şangay İşbirliği Örgütü, Avrupa Birliği’nin yerine geçemez. Ama AB’den farklı olarak üyeler tamamen egemen.“ ifadelerini kullandı.

Sangay

Sangay has been erupting virtually continuously since at least 1934. Eruptions are Strombolian in character. Mild explosions frequently emit ash. In August of 1976, an expedition was caught near the summit during an explosion that dropped blocks up to 14 inches (35 cm) in diameter on the group. Two people later died from their injuries. The first documented eruption of Sangay was in 1628. Photograph by G.E. Lewis, 1946. Courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey.

Satellite imagery on January 27 showed a narrow ash plume at a height of ~6 km a.s.l. that drifted SW

This information was summarized from the GVP/USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report

Sangay is the southern most stratovolcano in the northern volcanic zone of the Andes. Volcanism in the northern volcanic zone is the result of subduction of the Nazca Plate beneath the South American Plate. South of Sangay the angle of subduction is too shallow to generate magma. These relationships highlight the critical role of the asthenosphere in producing magma for the volcanic arc volcanoes. Photo by Pete Hall.

Pete Hall at the Instituto Geofisico in Quito, Ecuador recently wrote Chuck Wood:

The biggest highlight of the year was a 2.5 week trip to Sangay Volcano, which we undertook beginning in late November. Sangay is a very majestic stratovolcano (5200m) (17,100′) in the Eastern Cordillera, located about 40 km northwest of the town of Macas. There are no roads or horse trails near to it, so getting to the base of the cone requires 2-3 days of strenuous hiking. Once there, camping o n the pyroclastic apron at elevations of 3600-4000m one could hear and see frequent explosions being generated from a central on the summit of the volcano. The sounds generated are reminiscent of the combined force of several jet but can also soun d like heavy surf or strong exhalations. The explosions were all phreatic and occur when the conduit to the surface becomes blocked by debris, stopping the free flow of gases and heat, causing an increase in pressure until the buildup is great enough and the plug is blown out. These explosive event s occurred irregularly, at 30 minute to 8 hour intervals. A portable seismograph recorded the activity for the duration of our stay. Most notable are the distinctive high amplitude, high frequency seismic signatures created by the explosions, less so i s the presence of .

Our trip to Sangay was part of a cooperative program that the Institute has with the French scientific mission (ORSTOM), and two volcanologists of this group headed up the team. Our main mission was to make a reconnaissance geologic map of the volcano, d etermine its long and short term eruptive history and to record the seismic activity with the idea that in the future we might be able to install a telemetered seismic instrument on the West side of the cone. We were able to accomplish all our goals; a c ouple years from now a report will be published on our findings.

Besides admiring the splendor of the volcano and the tremendous views we had over the Amazon Basin, we also had encounters with rare forms of plants and animals. Most notable perhaps were the „Matefanga“ plants which have kingsize umbrella leaves and cre ate dense grooves, which are the favored habitat of the mountain tapir (danta) – – a 400 pound hippo-like herbivore which lives on the cloudy east slope of the Andes, and is in danger of extinction. The trails of the danta were virtually everywhere and p roved invaluable for the ease of movement.

Lewis, G.E., 1950, El Sangay, fire-breathing giant of the Andes: National Geographic, v. 98, p. 117-138.

McClelland, L., Simkin, T., Summers, M., Nielson, E., Stein, T.C., 1989, Global volcanism 1975-1985: Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and American Geophysical Union, Washington DC, 655 p.

Simkin, T., and Siebert, L., 1994, Volcanoes of the World: Geoscience Press, Tucson, Arizona, 349 p.

Snailham, R., 1977, The Sangay tragedy: Geographical Magazine, v. 50, no. 2, p. 129-134.

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