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One year ago, I would have cried about this. Now, with probably the right influence. I think. This is very entertaining to read thanks to influence from Yomi. Of course, with the repetitive and stringed together as many times as possible in a single sentence shows how awesome and smart they are!

Anyway. I want to take this apart. This is fun. I swear it is because it doesn make sense.

Well, you were um, brave( enough to leave this behind. Be proud of yourself! Good job, my boy! I mean girl.

you bitch. what a fucked up fic. Yeah, see the pun

No I don see your pun. Apologies. Hint: Capitalize the in and the in Capitalization is always important to keep in my mind.

Have a fuck of a life time! Oh, there it is!

What is “it” Life time I thought it was suppose to be “lifetime”. At least you tried, right you ass, have a good time being a bitch whore, does your mom write this badley too is the bitch though Yes, I a fanwhore, but I don know who whore I am. Perhaps identifying the proper noun and then shifting the proper to the improper noun might make understanding much easier. No, my mom does not write at all. She mainly reads.

is this where you got your shity talents spelled incorrectly. The at the beginning of the sentence of should be capitalized. My parents do not write stories if that is what you mean. I discovered that ability on my own. Thank you for asking. I feel appreciated :)!

Or maybe you fucked your relatives and somehow got it from them.

As a sane, normal sophomore, now to be a junior, I do not practive incest, but since you brought up quite shamelessly,
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I may assume you do. As common knowledge, you cannot inherit wonderful traits by having sex with someone. If the world was that easy, then I would be passing Chemistry with a B right now :)!

Oh. And please do capitalize the in Commas should placed appropriately between and It is unclear where your verb or subject or even a consistent subject verb agreement lie.

Note I know some of you read it already on my livejournal but I felt like posting it here too

This can be totally opened for debate and I love to argue about this. No flames because I know this can be argued over intelligently.

Okay, so you can call me a pro feminist. Sort of. Perhaps many yaoi and shounen ai fans can relate since I dislike this as much as they do.

Anime girls. Video game girls. EVERYWHERE. SMILES. BIG EYES. SMILES.

Such a clear representation of what girls truly are. Right. I am not saying portraying girls/women like that is wrong, but there has been too much of it and too many of “us” support it.

Now to continue to the whoring part of this section.

No, I do not harbor “secret jealousy in the very deep dark corners of my mind” but it irritates me to find that the string of female leads in all anime appear to be the same. Of course, we have some that do not fall in this category like Haruna(o Sakura of Naruto and Tifa Lockheart of Final Fantasy VII.

A familiarity or exact similarity appears in all anime female characters like the large tendency to be damsel in distress, somewhat flawless of error, exists in a perfect enviornment, and when possessing power to fight, never faces the dirt nor ever suffers wounds that would damage the SMILING, perfect face of the anime girl.

Of course, X/1999 Yuzuriha (who has tasted dirt and blood), Clover Suu (suicidal by taking the park down with her), and Samurai X Tomoe (who is dramatic without having to whine, bitch, scream about it).

What is my point so many anime have been having cliched characters that are redundant over and over yet no one seems to notice. The male characters do not seem to bear that much of a problem always bearing the most human quality traits. Why is it that the female lead must be so perfect and why do girl fans love that yet complain about magazine models perfect complexions puzzles me.

And those who support the flat, dull, and perfect picture of the female lead do not seem to have any concrete reason to support their fandom except for an “I don know” response.

So what happened to the girl that can kick ass without needing to be dependent on a guy What happened to the girl that can kick ass, look good ,but does not need to say any words to prove that (excluding Faye Valentine and Julia of Cowboy Bebop and Haruko Haruhana of FLCL)

I mean, I am not implying that all girls cannot have a guy but not every story needs to be done the same way where a guy chases after a girl and girl is distressed, guy saves her, happy ending. When has a girl ever fell in love with a guy but never had love returned When has that ever been the female lead that people can truly identify with yea. I a feminist on the inside.
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Well, Grainger is studying for her PhD in homicide (she a criminologist) at King College, and Watkins is taking her PhD in math at Reading University.

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Also, I think about hot toddies, which for centuries have served as a home remedy for the winter crud. They’re popping up on cocktail menus everywhere right now, mostly because of the redonkulous cold that recently beset Washington. Yeah, yeah, I know: It’s colder in Chicago in spring, colder in Winnipeg, colder in the heart of Kylo Ren. But for Washingtonians, the freeze was brutal, and stepping into a warmly lit place to wrap one’s hands around a steaming mug, one that wafts aromas of booze and lemon and clove into your face, feels great once, of course, the feeling has returned to your face.

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From Spirits columnist M. Carrie Allan.

3 dashes Angostura bitters

3/4 ounce dark rum, such as Plantation

3/4 ounce ginger liqueur

1 hibiscus tea bag or sachet (see headnote)

4 to 5 ounces boiling water

Lemon wheel pierced with whole cloves, for garnish

Combine the bitters, rum and ginger liqueur in a teacup or small mug. Add the tea bag, then pour in the boiling water. Let the drink steep for 4 to 5 minutes, then discard the tea bag. Add the clove studded lemon wheel and serve.

Nutrition Per serving: 130 calories, 0 g protein, 8 g carbohydrates, 0 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 0 g dietary fiber, 8 g sugar

The liqueur Chartreuse evolved out of a complex recipe involving hundreds of secret botanicals for an “elixir of long life” given to the Carthusian order of monks in 1605. This toddy blends the milder, sweeter yellow variation of the liqueur with citrus and chamomile tea.

From Spirits columnist M. Carrie Allan.

2 dashes orange bitters

1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice

1 ounce yellow Chartreuse

1 chamomile tea bag or sachet

4 to 5 ounces boiling water

Lemon wheel pierced with whole cloves, for garnish

Combine the bitters, lemon juice and Chartreuse in a teacup or small mug. Add the tea bag, then pour in the boiling water. Let the drink steep for 4 to 5 minutes, then discard the tea bag. Add the clove studded lemon wheel and serve.

Nutrition Per serving: 110 calories, 0 g protein, 12 g carbohydrates, 0 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 0 mg sodium, 0 g dietary fiber, 11 g sugar
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People that have been in the television business for more than a year can tell you about those that have helped them along the way and helped shape them in their professional style. had many of those mentors at my first job. Trently was one of them.

Jerry was the chief photojournalist when I broke into the business as a production assistant, and later a photojournalist, at WHP, the CBS affiliate in Harrisburg, PA. that he was actually the station news director. He had a wife and son, and I think he may have changed positions in order to have more time with his family, but I can be sure. the first time I met Jerry, I could tell this is a guy I should pay attention to. would be more aware of the scene around him then anybody I ever seen. shooting video for a news story was probably the most comforting thing for our reporters, because they had to know he would come back with much more than he needed, plus all the shots would be top notch.

I remember one fall afternoon as a production assistant, working on editing video for that night 5:00 newscast, and Jerry came down and asked me to join him and the news director in the office. told me there was an opening for a photojournalist and they wanted me to fill it. that time, it was the most gratifying moment of my young career.

After that, Jerry took me under his wing and was the perfect guy for a rookie to learn from. spent countless hours showing me the ropes of shooting the news and then adding things that would make it more than basic. like “zoom with your feet” and “you can get out of anything with a tight or wide shot” were pounded into my brain. are still phrases that I apply to my work today and that I tell our interns who are learning to shoot as well. Those that worked at WHP will remember the editing suite that was in the creative services department, where Jerry spent a good deal of time. would dissect my work in there, trying to help me become sharper.

The other thing I remember about Jerry is his absolute love for his profession. may not have been excited about every story he did, but he would treat them all the same. remember shadowing him one day and hoping that I would hang on to the love and passion for the job as long as he had. background in several areas of the newsroom really made him an excellent resource for reporters to bounce ides off of in the field, and I think he really enjoyed that.

In May of 2005, I knocked on the door of Jerry office to ask for a moment of his time, and told him that I was offered an on air opportunity in Virginia and that I was going to pursue. had a short conversation, in which he told me he wish I would stick around longer, but he understood wished me well.

Seven years ago this week in September of 2006, almost exactly two years after Jerry had called me in the news director office to give me that promotion, he passed away after a battle with brain cancer. left a hole at a station where he had been a constant for many years. Harrisburg, the ABC and CBS stations are directly across the street from each other. my understanding that on the day of Jerry funeral, the ABC affiliate shared all of its video with our station so that every person possible could attend the service. last interaction with Jerry was when I sent him an e mail shortly after I had learned of his diagnosis. promptly wrote me back thanking me for my thoughts and prayers.

I got the idea to do a blog post on this topic after I saw a former colleague and long time friend of Jerry shared a Facebook post this morning. won pretend to have known Jerry as well as many of my fellow employees at WHP did, but I did know him well enough for him to make a positive impact on my life and in my career. Seven years after his passing and nine years after working with him, I hope I continue to honor him through the work that I do. gave me many gifts in terms of knowledge in my profession that I continue to practice. I actually tweeze these individuals, one by one, in addition to sink these inside water and soap, emotion not only a mm involving regret.

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“Nothing in this amendment would prevent Dominion and SCANA from going forward with their petition,” says Speaker Lucas.The Healing Place Director Melissa Bailey said the seminar provides support for those in attendance.”It was just a wonderful, wonderful day just to have him home. We have so much to be grateful for,” added grandmother Florence Sutton.
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Sitting in Allenby Square in Jerusalem by a monument to the 60th (London) Division which captured the Holy City from the Ottoman Turks in December 1917, my wife, an immigrant to America from Israel, took exception to my latest remark. I was relating what a Palestinian refugee woman from Bethlehem had said to me the day before about the current view by one influential segment of Jews here that this land was given to them by God. “That was thousands of years ago,” the woman from Bethlehem had said, ” I want to live in peace, now!”

“People need to get over ancient history,” I said to my wife as we sat on the bench at the spot where the Arab mayor of Jerusalem raised a white flag and surrendered Jerusalem to the British after seven centuries of Muslim rule, beginning Act One in a drama that still has the world on the edge of its seat exactly a hundred years later.

“Nonsense,” my wife said, “people do not ‘get over’ their history, two thousand years or all the way back to the beginning of present civilization. That’s our karma, it follows us,” and she paused, “unless we finally understand what we are doing.”

For the past month here, “understanding what we are doing” has never been far from my mind as I listened to people from across a spectrum of political and religious viewpoints. The following are a few of the viewpoints I heard.

My aged father in law’s caregiver, a pleasant young woman living in an orthodox Jewish community in Hebron, told me that she believes in a “miracle” which will just make all the Palestinians “vanish” from the land which God gave to his people, the Jews.

Furthermore, virtual apartheid conditions in the West Bank have kept outsiders away and nearly bankrupted him, he says.

A 92 year old veteran of the Palmach, the elite fighters whose courage helped bring about the state of Israel in 1948, said he’s disgusted with the policies of the current ultra right government, his wife adding that things started to go downhill in 1956 (when Israel invaded Egypt during the Suez Crisis).

A young Palestinian woman whom I interviewed in Ramallah who’s studying criminology and sociology in London deplored “the use of any religious ideology to justify actions,” and proposed a one state solution with three steps: no borders, cease oppression, return refugees home. She called for mutual forgiveness.

The daughter of parents who left England with youthful enthusiasm at the time of statehood said in their old age that if they had known what Israel would turn into, they wouldn’t have given their lives for this idea.

Modern Israel is the kind of country we all want to live in, beautiful, prosperous, with socialized caring of citizens from cradle to grave; except for one thing: the state rests on the military oppression of another group of people, Palestinian Arabs. to Israel, and whose daughter is married to a Palestinian, shared a telling, real life story. Three religious Jews were going on and on about their grievances and ill feeling towards Arabs (I heard such talk from both sides during my visit), when an Arab man landed in front of their house in a broken down car.

What was the first thing they did? Walk over and ask him if they could help.

The refugee woman from Bethlehem is afraid for her son, and so is my sister in law for hers. “This hurts women and children most. Men are the problem,” she says making a stabbing motion in the air with her hand, “that’s men,” meaning men on both sides, I gather.

A former Israeli air force navigator showed me on a high resolution map of Gaza the location of a just discovered tunnel used by the Hamas government of Gaza to bring in weapons from Iran. Every day, hundreds of trucks travel between Gaza and the West Bank, he said.
Transplanted Winnipegger Chelsea Carey, skipping one of the better teams in the country, out of Calgary, was in dire need of a third for the following season.Other women agreed that loss of a breast can provoke feelings of loss, anger, pain or anxiety.When asked why he would risk retaliation to testify the teen said because it’s the “right thing to do for the right person.” Seabrooks, he said, was like an uncle to him.(Photo by Joe Territo for Pretty Instant)You have considered what you expect out of yourself, others, and life in general. Most of us sooner or later come to the conclusion that things have to change in order for us to stay better. Relationships and work situations have to be looked at closely. Change has to happen for your recovery to work.
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An Amazon ad showcased different celebrities including actress Rebel Wilson, actor Anthony Hopkins, singer Cardi B and chef Gordon Ramsay subbing in as the voice of Amazon Alexa voice assistant.

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The NFL scored with a charmer that showed New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. performing the choreography from the movie Dancing complete with their version of Patrick Swayze iconic lift of Jennifer Grey.

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Comedian Keegan Michael Key cut through complex jargon to put things plainly in a humorous ad for Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans. When a restaurant patron is confused by a gluten free pate, Michael Key explains: a burrito, filled with plants pretending to be meat. took a novel approach with Things actor David Harbor in ads that poked fun at typical Super Bowl commercials. Harbour popped up in familiar looking ads that appeared to be about different products: a car, an insurance company, jewelry and Old Spice (another P product). The twist? They really all Tide ads, because there are no stains on anyone clothing.

Diet Coke attempted to be quirky by showcasing a woman awkwardly dancing to a rap song, but it garnered a lot of negative comments on social media when the approach came off more weird than quirky.

has no clear message and it not really interesting, said Kimberly Whitler, a marketing professor at the University of Virginia.

Ram trucks used a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., to illustrate its motto, to Serve. The ad, timed to the 50th anniversary of the speech, showed people doing good deeds. But some thought the connection to the civil rights hero was too tenuous.

is being heavily criticized for its spot, said Tim Calkins, marketing professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. use of MLK to promote Ram trucks strikes many people are crass and inappropriate. tax preparer used a monster under the bed to allude to people fears about doing their taxes. But some thought that the ad was too scary during a game that a lot of children were watching.

goal may be to introduce a new trade character that can build awareness, as in the Mucinex Man. However, this ad was a complete disaster, Villanova University marketing professor Charles Taylor said.
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You see, mostly when we talk to ourselves we keep it as an internal dialogue that nobody else can hear. But whenever we open our mouths and actually make a noise in front of another person we speaking in public hence “public speaking”. So why do so many people find it so scary?But in his presentation introducing the 500X to North America at the Los Angeles Auto Show last week, Francois said it was time to retire the perception that Fiat has poor quality.If the introductions don’t go well, talk to a professional animal behaviorist. The longer the problem persists, the harder it will be to fix. Punishment doesn’t work and could make matters worse. Fortunately, most problems between dogs in the same family can be resolves.”We are both very different girls now than the ones we were when we first met each other,” Williams notes.Should you really feed a cold, starve a fever?
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Apologies for the scarcity of posts of late. No time to blog because of writing lectures, conference papers, proof reading, administration and teaching. However, Vasari visited Naples in 1544 and patrons in Naples looked outside to recruit early renaissance artists like Cavallino, Giotto and Colantonio (pupil of Antonello di Messina). High Renaissance paintings by Titian (Annunciation) and Raphael (Madonna of the Fish) in Naples below. Interest in Flemish artists by Neapolitan painters in mid 16th century. Paul Bril, a Flemish landscape artist, painted in Naples, in 1602. His views of bosky groves may have inspired Salvator Rosa, a native. Three significant altarpieces: The Flagellation, Seven Acts of Mercy below and the Crucifixion of St Andrew. Caravaggio influence on local paintings probably dates from 1608; also, Louis Finson, a Fleming, stayed in Naples until 1612 painting copies after Caravaggio. Caracciolo painted religious pictures on a small scale and worked for some of Caravaggio patrons; his Salome owes much to Caravaggio version (London).

Spanish artist Jusepe Ribera (Spagnoletto) moved from Rome to Naples in 1616. Though familiar with Caravaggio Roman manner, he did not start signing his pictures until the 1620s when he was confident he had assimilated Caravaggio style into his Neapolitan painting. Ribera Drunken Silenus (Naples) below is an interesting blend of Caravaggio, Rubens and the prints of the Carracci. Flemish art does slightly influence Ribera in his later period: the flamboyant drapery in Apollo and Marsyas is reminiscent of Van Dyck, whose paintings were in the Antwerp merchant Gaspar Roomer collection. Ribera lived and worked in Naples for the rest of his life.

Move towards Bolognese Classicism. Two of his pictures have been connected with Neapolitan clients: the Circumcision below and St Bruno being given the Rule. Though these two paintings, especially the Circumcision, show Caravaggio influence, they also demonstrate knowledge of the lighter palette of Lanfranco and Bolognese classicism. It was this stylistic dtente that served Vouet as he moved towards a more international style.

One of the greatest exponents of Bolognese classicism was Guido Reni. While in Naples on his second visit during 1621 2, he painted the delicate and naturalised Meeting of Christ and St John which had an influence on painting in the city. Artemesia Gentileschi was one of the painters who began to outgrow her Caravaggism in favour of a more classical painting. She probably arrived in Naples about 1629 30. A formidable lady, she seems to have actively engaged with other painters rather than producing works in isolation for sale outside Naples, although she did that too. Her Annunciation (Naples) mixes Caravaggio chiaroscuro and Vouet colour quite effectively while the figures in her Corisca and the Satyr below betrays the influence of Reni. Mention should also be made of Stanzione, the so called Guido Reni of Naples His Massacre of the Innocents conflates the grotesque horror of Ribera with Reni version of the Massacre (Bologna).

From the 1630s there is marked movement away from solid forms towards a more painterly art, more Venetian in look. The realism of Ribera and the classicism of Stanzione was exchanged for a wave of painting that could be called neo Venetian, but this new painterliness was not a reaction against previous art it expressed the wish to paint more broadly. In addition, there was the influence of the pictures of Rubens and Van Dyck, whose Feast of Herod (Edinburgh) below and Susannah and the Elders (Munich) were in the collection of Gaspar Roomer. Also, works by Pietro da Cortona and Lanfranco had arrived in Naples while Neapolitan artists went to Rome and studied ceiling paintings there. It is true to say that Naples did not experience a “crisis of painterliness as Rome, since naturalism and classicism remained with the new style in Naples.
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For years, the Chinese private fund industry has operated in regulatory limbo, but a recent series of legislative and regulatory actions should provide greater certainty and help create a more favourable environment for the incipient hedge fund industry in the People Republic of China (hinaor the RC. Please note that these changes, which are summarised below, apply only with respect to domestic PRC private funds, although non PRC private fund managers may wish to bear them in mind as they seek to access China burgeoning investor base.

The cornerstone of the newly designed regime is a set of amendments to the Securities Investment Fund Law of the PRC and accompanying regulations (collectively, the mendments1 that took effect on June 1, 2013. Previously, PRC law explicitly regulated only publicly offered securities investment funds, causing private funds (both domestic and non PRC) to operate in an opaque regulatory environment. The Amendments address this uncertainty, at least in part, by providing a framework applicable to private funds that invest in publicly offered securities, such as so called unshine hedge funds In addition, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and the Asset Management Association of China (MAC the self regulatory organisation of the fund industry in China), released draft rules on private fund registration and reporting that are intended to complement the Amendments. Although these draft rules are not yet final, most industry participants appear to be proceeding on the assumption that the draft rules will be implemented substantially as proposed. In addition, many details of the new regulatory regime will need to be clarified via future rulemaking and emerging market practice.

Following is a summary of the key points reflected in the Amendments.

The Amendments apply only to domestic PRC private funds that limit their investments to securities (including stocks, bonds and investment funds) that are publicly offered and/or traded in the PRC, as well as other securities and derivatives specified by the CSRC.2 Accordingly, private equity funds and venture capital funds are not subject to the new regulatory regime, nor are non PRC private funds. The CSRC may further expand the scope of private funds covered by the Amendments at a future date.

The Amendments provide an exemption from CSRC registration for private funds with no more than 200 qualified investors. Each individual investor must invest a minimum of RMB 1 million in the fund. To be a ualified investor an individual investor must possess sufficient knowledge to identify and to undertake investment risks, and satisfy at least one of the following conditions: (i) total financial assets (personal or household) of at least RMB 2 million; (ii) personal average annual income of no less than RMB 200,000 for the last three years; or (iii) household average annual income of no less than RMB 300,000 for the last three years. An institutional investor qualifies if it has net assets of at least RMB 10 million. Draft regulations indicate that, in the future, investment products duly established and managed by CSRC supervised financial institutions, such as investment trust products, also will be deemed to be qualified investors for purposes of the Amendments.

Interests in a private fund may not be offered or sold to unqualified investors, or marketed through mass media such as newspaper, radio, television, internet, or seminars. A private fund manager may promote and sell fund products directly, or the manager may entrust a third party placement agent to do so. The fund manager and any placement agent are required to fully disclose investment risks to potential investors, and must avoid providing false, incomplete, misleading or exaggerated information in the course of marketing a private fund.

In addition, the sale of interests in a private fund must be appropriate in light of an investor risk profile. However, PRC regulations do not yet provide guidance on how to assess the risk profile of prospective private fund investors. The only current guidance suggests that funds should be ranked on the basis of relative investment risk, and a fund manager or placement agent should only offer an investor a fund with a suitable risk ranking. In the absence of further regulatory guidance, use of an investor questionnaire to document the qualification of investors and the suitability of the offer and sale is recommended.3

Regulation of the fund manager

Under the Amendments, AMAC assumes a primary role in overseeing the operations of private funds and private fund managers. A private fund manager must register with AMAC if it manages one or more private funds with cumulative assets under management of at least RMB 100 million.4 Absent such registration, a fund manager cannot use terms such as fund, fund manager or similar terms in its name. In order to register with AMAC, fund managers must also: (i) have paid in capital of at least RMB 10 million; (ii) employ two licensed responsible officers and one compliance and risk control responsible officer; and (iii) have had a clean legal and administrative record for the last three years.

Under PRC law, private funds generally operate pursuant to a und contracta management contract entered into among the fund manager, each investor in the fund and the fund custodian. A fund contract typically will cover key issues such as the duties and rights of the fund manager and the custodian (if any), various operational matters, and investment objectives, strategies and limitations. The purpose of a fund contract is to document the manner in which a fund operates and the relationship among each of its parties, including their respective rights and obligations. An offeree becomes an investor in a private fund only when it enters into a valid fund contract.

Under the new regulatory framework, the parties to a private fund contract have greater leeway than in the past to define their contractual relationships, including allocation of gains and losses, as well as the extent of information to be disclosed by the manager and custodian to investors.5 However, under the Amendments, private fund contracts must include, at a minimum, provisions addressing the following matters: (i) investment (investment scope, strategy, and limitation on investment activities); (ii) profit distribution; (iii) allocation of expenses; (iv) manner of disclosing fund related information; (v) subscription, redemption and transfer of fund interests; (vi) amendment, rescission and termination of the fund contract; and (vii) circumstances under which the fund may be liquidated.

Under AMAC’s proposed rules, when a private fund offering is closed, a filing must be made with AMAC through the AMAC filing system within five business days after closing.6 The filing will convey certain basic information concerning the private fund, such as the name of the fund, the amount of capital raised, the number of fund investors and the fund contract. The fund should update the information within five business days after the end of each month. Funds offering interests on an ongoing basis should make the required filing within five business days after the end of the month in which the offering commences, and update the information on a monthly basis. AMAC will notify the CSRC of any private fund having assets under management in excess of RMB 100 million or more than 50 investors.

Unless the fund contract stipulates otherwise, a private fund must engage a commercial bank to serve as custodian of the fund assets. Private fund custodians must be members of AMAC. By officially recognising the existence of domestic private funds and providing a regulatory regime that seeks to strike a balance between oversight and operational flexibility, the Amendments should foster growth of the PRC hedge fund industry and broaden participation in the PRC domestic securities markets. Mr. Robinson previously led the firm Asian Financial Services practice during his residency in Dechert Hong Kong office from January 2008 through May 2011. and international financial institutions on a host of corporate and securities issues.

Karl Paulson Egbert is a Registered Foreign Lawyer in Dechert Hong Kong office. Mr. Paulson Egbert advises private and registered funds on regulatory, corporate and business matters. His experience also includes advising Hong Kong and Asian hedge fund managers with respect to fund structures and global fund offerings utilizing various investment styles and strategies.

Jingzhou Tao is the Managing Partner responsible for developing Dechert Asia Practice, and he is resident in the firm Beijing office. Mr. Tao has represented major American, European and Japanese companies in transactions in China involving joint ventures, tax planning, strategic alliances and intellectual property protection. He also has significant experience in international arbitration proceedings, both in China and before the major international arbitration institutions.

Gregory Louvel is an associate in Dechert Corporate and Securities practice in Beijing. Mr. Louvel leads mergers and acquisitions transactions in China for both international and Chinese clients. He also represents clients in the natural resources, technology, life sciences and financial services industries.

Dechert is a global specialist law firm. Focused on sectors with the greatest complexities, legal intricacies and highest regulatory demands, Dechert lawyers excel in delivering practical commercial judgment and deep legal expertise for high stakes matters. In an increasingly challenging environment, clients look to the firm to serve them in ways that are faster, sharper and leaner without compromising excellence. Dechert is relentless in serving its clients delivering the best of the firm to them with entrepreneurial energy and seamless collaboration in a way that is distinctively Dechert.

2 The Amendments require (i) any fund wishing to raise capital within the PRC to invest in offshore securities markets, and (ii) any qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) wishing to invest in PRC securities markets to first obtain approval from the CSRC for making such investment.

3 Use of investor questionnaires is already standard market practice in the PRC with respect to the offer and sale of retail investment funds.

4 Managers of smaller private funds with assets under management below RMB 100 million apparently may not register with AMAC and may not take advantage of the new regulatory framework.

5 Unlike with respect to PRC retail fund contracts (which are subject to CSRC review as both a primary fund organizational document and investor disclosure document), PRC law does not impose significant disclosure requirements on private funds. Instead, private fund disclosure practices are primarily determined by negotiations between the parties, as well as by market practice.

6 It is not clear at this stage whether the contents of this filing will be made available online.

7 Among other possible options, the Qualified Domestic Limited Partner (QDLP) program will provide non PRC private fund managers with a direct avenue to connect with Chinese institutional investors. Details about the rollout of the QDLP program will be announced publicly shortly and will be discussed in a separate DechertOnPoint.
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The various ways a victim can be defrauded are as limitless as the bounds of human ingenuity. But under California law, wrongful actions are generally characterized as civil “fraud” only under one of the following legal theories:

1. Intentional Misrepresentation. Probably the most common type of fraud is a false statement. But not every false statement is fraudulent. The elements of a claim for intentional misrepresentation are:

a. An intentionally or recklessly false statement of fact. Not every false statement is a false statement of “fact.” Statements of opinion generally are not actionable. Sales talk, or “puffing” (“This is the best location in the county!”), is generally not actionable. However, if the defendant claims to be an expert or there are other reasons to expect that the victim would rely upon the defendant’s opinion as a statement of “fact,” an opinion may be treated by the court as a statement of fact. Also, a statement need not be made directly to the victim. For instance, if the defendant made the false statement to a third person with the expectation that the statement would be repeated to the victim, the victim may have a valid claim for fraudulent misrepresentation.

b. Intention to defraud.

c. Reasonable reliance upon the false statement. The false statement need not be the only reason the victim changed his or her position, but it must be at least part of the reason. Also, the victim’s reliance on the false statement must be reasonable. If the victim knew or should have known the statement was false, the victim did not reasonably rely. Even an unsophisticated victim, however, “may not put faith in representations which are preposterous, or which are shown by facts within his observation to be so patently and obviously false that he must have closed his eyes to avoid discovery of the truth.” Seeger v. Odell (1941) 18 Cal. 2d 409.

d. Resulting in damages. There must be measurable damages that were caused by the fraud.

2. Negligent Misrepresentation. A claim for negligent misrepresentation is generally the same as a claim for intentional misrepresentation, except the victim must only prove the defendant did not have “a reasonable basis” to believe its statement of fact was true (as opposed to proving the defendant knew its statement was false). If the defendant’s false statement was both honestly made and based upon reasonable grounds, however, there is no claim. Punitive damages are not available for negligent misrepresentations.

3. Concealment. A claim for fraud may also arise if the defendant concealed or failed to disclose a material fact during a transaction, causing damage to the victim. The elements of a claim for fraudulent concealment are:

a. The defendant failed to disclose or concealed a material fact with an intent to defraud the victim.

b. The defendant had a duty to disclose. There is not always a duty to disclose facts during a transaction. If there is a duty, it generally arises in one of four different circumstances: (i) The defendant is in a “fiduciary relationship” (such as being a partner) with the victim; or (ii) The defendant took steps to hide important information from the victim (as opposed to simply failing to tell the victim); or (iii) The defendant disclosed some information to the victim,
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but the disclosed information is misleading unless more information is given; or (iv) The defendant is aware of key information and knows the victim is unlikely to discover that information. In addition, California laws may create a duty to disclose in certain transactions. For example, sellers of residential property in California generally are required to make written disclosures about the condition of the house.

c. The victim must have been unaware of the fact and would not have acted as he or she did if he or she knew of the fact.

d. The victim sustained damages as a result of the concealment.

4. False Promise. A claim of fraud may arise if a defendant entered into a contract and made promises that it never intended to perform. The elements of a false promise claim are:

a. The defendant made a promise.

b. The promise was important to the transaction.

c. At the time he or she made the promise, the defendant did not intend to perform it.

d. The defendant intended the victim to rely upon the promise.

e. The victim reasonably relied upon the promise.

f. The defendant did not perform the promise.

g. The victim was harmed as a result of defendant not carrying out his or her promise.

h. The victim’s reliance on the defendant’s promise was a substantial factor in causing the victim’s harm.

It is important to understand that a broken promise, alone, is not a sufficient basis for a fraud claim. More than a mere broken promise is required. The victim must also prove that the defendant did not intend to perform the promise at the time the promise was made. In practice, it is usually difficult to tell the difference between a broken promise and a promise made without an intention to perform. Courts generally look for circumstantial evidence to support a false promise claim (as opposed to a broken promise claim), such as the defendant broke its promise immediately after making it.

Characterization of a claim as fraud has many advantages to a victim; primarily, the victim may be able to recover punitive damages in addition to actual damages. Also, the measure of damages is generally more liberal under fraud and other “tort” theories, allowing victims a more complete recovery. But even if a wrongful action does not fall under the definition of “fraud,” it still may lead to a valid legal claim. For instance, a broken promise while not necessarily fraudulently may still constitute a valid breach of contract claim. While punitive damages and emotional distress damages are generally not available for breach of contract in California, the victim still should be able to recover his or her monetary damages.
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Ventura homeowner Adele Bonge steps on a piece of her rooftop as neighbors David Carlson and Amy Crittenden dig through rubble for lost possessions on Thursday morning.(Photo: CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR)Buy PhotoLaura and Ron Van Rossum were just about out the door of their Ventura home Monday night, a few minutes after an alert about a Santa Paula fire jolted them awake.

Less than a mile away, Nick Bonge was also tracking the fire. He texted friends in Santa Paula, asking if they were OK and offering his place up to anyone forced to evacuate.

Within hours, the wind whipped fire that sprinted from its origins around Thomas Aquinas Collegehad destroyed both of their Ventura hillside homes.

A street in ruinsHillcrest Drive is a narrow, winding road where custom builthomes overlook views of the picturesque downtown, the Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands. The Van Rossums moved to the city in 1989, and in their 1940s era hillside home they settled into a community they grew to love. They also loved the houseand had remodeled it various times the most recent, just finished projectinvolvedthe third floor.

On Thursday, the couple returned to the charred remains of theirhome for the first time and instantly set about, with the help of neighbors and Fresno firefighters, trying to open a gun safethat contained important documents.

“I’m not crying over the house. I’m crying when someone does something nice,” Laura Van Rossumsaid. “I’m so absolutely humbled by so much love. I didn’t know we were loved that much.”

Laura Van Rossum lost her Ventura home. But what’s been more overwhelming to her has been the support she’s getting everywhere. Now, it is those businesses who are supporting her. At The Wharf on Front Street, where she went to buy new clothes, she was overwhelmed by the kindness of the store employees.

Without a doubt, she said, the couple will rebuild after the Thomas Fire. In fact, they’ve already been in contact with the Ojai architect who worked on theirrecent remodel.

“I love this community,” she said.

In the rubble, determinationBuy PhotoVentura homeowner Adele Bonge, center, is assisted by neighbors David Carlson and Amy Crittenden as dig through rubble for lost possessions on Thursday morning. (Photo: CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR)

In the 600 block of Briarwood Terrace, neighbors Amy Crittenden and David Carlson helped Nick and Adele Bonge dig through the rubble of their house. The fireproof box they sought contained documents related to the Bonges’ house, their marriage and other important things.

Nick thought they were digging where the bathroom had been, but Adele recognized a box from her closet and thought they might be getting close. The side of the shower leaned precariously. In their backyard, the glow coming from Hall Canyon signaled the fire was near. Then they got closer. Aside from a charredwall facing the street, the house was a pile of unrecognizable ash and twisted metal.

Buy PhotoNick Bonge, right, of Ventura, and wife Adele Bonge, talk with neighbors David Carlson and Amy Crittenden before they dig through rubble for lost possessions on Thursday morning. (Photo: CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR)

Nick planned to meet with his insurance adjuster laterThursday and, with his help of his daughter, had leads ona house to rent. “We have a lot of memories here. We raised our kids here. Our son’s soccer trophies melted,” he said. “But we’re optimistic. We’re going to rebuild and make it better.”

Bonge said he wouldn’t even consider leaving the hillside, a place that because of its people and eclectic homes is so special it’s difficult for those unfamiliar with it to fullyunderstand.

Ventura’s lossAt the Thursday night news briefing,fire officials said439structures had been destroyed, and 85 had been damaged. Most of those were in Ventura.

On Hillcrest Drive, home after home was in ruins, with a fireplace, twisted plumbing fixtures, a grill andblackenedtreesamong the remains. The neighborhood wasn’t even the worst, Fresno fire officials checking on the street said Thursday.

Among the homes still standing isone owned by the family of Nichole Hocamp. She said she felt overwhelming feelings of guilt but also deep appreciation.
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