Chan Chan


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Chan Chan

 (chän′ chän′)
A ruined pre-Incan city on the northern coast of Peru, built after ad 850. At its peak it was home to tens of thousands of people.
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Thirteen sportspersons -- gymnast Dipa Karmakar, judokas Kalpana Thoudam and Sushila Likmabam, boxers Sarita Devi, Mary Kom and Devendro Singh, hockey players Chinglensana Kangujam, Kothajit Singh, Chan Chan Devi and Sushila Devi, weightlifters Sanjita Khumukcham and Mirabai Chanu, and wushu player Yumnam Sanathoi Devi -- were honoured.
Wasabi Wasabi Chan Chan such (__) m m [sic] happy person is watched from so many people.
We have also experimented with many compositions, Chan Chan from Water being one of them.
The set is composed of Cuban classics like Chan Chan, with American jazz standards echoing in refrains like Summertime, As Time Goes By and Somewhere.
He cites the case of Chan Chan in Peru, former capital of the Chimu civilization and the largest pre-Colombian city in Latin America, which is already severely exposed to flooding linked to the El Nino weather pattern.
A Unesco World Heritage site, Chan Chan (which means sun-sun in the ancient Moche language) is an extraordinary place filled with geometric designs and images of fish and sea birds.
Chan Chan is the largest adobe city, consisting of a sprawling maze of courtyards and small enclosures.
Caracas (Venezuela), July 16 (ANI): Archaeologists have found evidence that a woman from the Chimu culture was buried alive in the 15th century at the Chan Chan archaeological complex in Peru to ameliorate the various effects of what we today call the El Nino weather phenomenon.
When I paint," she writes in a statement of her artistic vision, "I can almost feel the mud friezes of the citadel of Chan Chan, the threads of filigree of the Wari textiles, the stunning pectorals of the Lord of Sipan, the Nazea lines carved in the desert, the colors of the sacred vases of the Incas, the huge and perfectly cut stones of Machu Picchu.
Chan Chan by Buena Vista Social Club "This song is somusically rich that I was drawn to it the very first time I heard it," says drummer Kev McNally.
Thanks to a gutsy live band, the music is a real plus of this show with well-known tracks such as Guantanamera, Ay Candela and Chan Chan as well as mambo and salsa rhythms.
If they were celebrating this anniversary with a double disc containing just those familiar songs - Buena Vista Social Club's Chan Chan, Ali Farka Toure and Ry Cooder's Soukara, Radio Tari-fa's Rumba Argelina, Orchestra Baobab's El Son te Llama - that might make it an inessential addition to the well-stocked CD library.