Eurasia Aviation Corporation (traditional Chinese:歐亞航空公司; simplified Chinese:欧亚航空公司; pinyin:Ōu Yà Hángkōnggōngsī) was a Chinese airline headquartered in Shanghai. The company was Sino-German. Eurasia, classified as a state-owned airline by the Ministry of Communications of China, operated the Junkers W33. The main fleet base was Hong Kong. When the Japanese began occupying portions of China in the late 1930s, the airline encountered difficulty.
Located on plot 12, is an office/recreational space with a total area of 207,542 square meters. It will be situated on a three-tier podium which will have a fitness centre, entertainment, restaurants, and shops. Other areas will be distributed as follows: 106,231 square meters will be reserved for office space, and residential apartments will occupy 21,185 square meters. On the bottom, there will be parking for more than 1000 cars. The external design of the building is a combination of classical and modernist styles. On the outside of the building, a scenic elevator will run up and down, allowing people to enjoy views of the entire city.
Although the earliest maps known are of the heavens, geographic maps of territory have a very long tradition and exist from ancient times. The word "map" comes from the medieval Latin Mappa mundi, wherein mappa meant napkin or cloth and mundi the world. Thus, "map" became the shortened term referring to a two-dimensional representation of the surface of the world.
Map is an indie pop band from Riverside, CA that consists of Josh Dooley (guitar, Voice, Harmonica), Paul Akers (Keyboards) and Trevor Monks (drums).
Josh Dooley formed Map in 2000, recording two EPs, Teaching Turtles to Fly, and Eastern Skies, Western Eyes.
Map released their first full length record, Secrets By The Highway, in 2003.
In the summer of 2004, Map released their second full length record, Think Like An Owner. This album was his first record backed by his current band line-up, consisting of Loop (bass), Heather Bray (guitar, voice) and Ben Heywood (drums).
Map released their third EP, San Francisco in the 90s, with more additions to their band line-up, consisting of Paul Akers (keyboards) and Trevor Monks (drums). This album gives tribute to late-80s Brit pop and mid-60s American jangle rock.