Calm, serious, and controlled behaviour that makes people respect you:
He is a man of dignity and calm determination.
She has a quiet dignity about her.
I think everyone should be able to die with dignity.
1 Becoming a Gurkha for the British Army
10 mrt. 2014
2 Kids Of Palestine Risk Lives To Show Their Talent Winning Golden Buzzer! العربية حصلت على المواهب
23 mrt. 2017
4 Overcoming hopelessness | Nick Vujicic | TEDxNoviSad
17 okt. 2012
5 “How I Climbed out of Hopelessness” | Oudai Tozan | TEDxUniversityofGlasgow
3 apr. 2017
6 Forgiving the unforgivable: Colleen Haggerty at TEDxBellingham
23 nov. 2013
7 China’s Fake Boyfriends | Witness
22 mei 2016
Having recently turned 27, Li Chenxi has reached the age at which unmarried women in China are labelled ‘sheng nu’ or ‘leftover women’.
It’s a stigma that carries deep ramifications within her social life, workplace and especially among her family. But with a blossoming career in Beijing, Li Chenxi has no desire to get married.
As Chinese New Year looms she makes her annual journey home to face greater than ever expectations.
In search of a solution that staves off the marital pressures, Li Chenxi decides to commit the ultimate deception: She hires a handsome boyfriend in Beijing to take home to meet her family and friends.
What could possibly go wrong?
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With its harsh, windswept hills and six-month long winter, the remote Faroe Islands are hardly where you would expect a large ethnic minority from tropical South East Asia.
But since most local young women choose to move abroad, women from the Philippines and Thailand are helping to reverse the population decline of this tight-knit, traditional society.
Nestled between Norway and Iceland in the north Atlantic, life on this archipelago of 18 islands is a shock for those from the tropics.
Yet this remote community is proving that it’s worth going to the far reaches of the earth to look for love.
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