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Tin Mining (1940-1949)
 
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British Instructional Films Ltd presents a Classroom Film. Graphic map of the world with arrows pointing to places where tin mining takes place. Flashing arrow points to spot in England - Cornwall. Cartoon drawing of a tin mine inside large arrow pointing to its location. Zoom in to the spot on the map. Pan down large metal tower with machinery operating inside it. Closer view of the tower with man walking towards the camera. A group of miners enter a lift. Man operates lift winch. C/U of the winch mechanism. The lift descends, we see the men's heads going lower then the top of the lift. Graphic animation shows how the lift goes deep into the ground. Closer view animation of the lift descending. Depths are indicated as the lift goes lower and lower until eventually it reaches 335 fathoms. The gate at the bottom of the lift shaft is open and the miners walk out into the pit. Graphic representation of the cage shafts, pump shaft and tramways. An arrow points to an area which is "Preparing to blast." Two miners work on the rock face, one is bare chested - they both wear miners helmets with lights. One of the miners operates a mechanical drill. He then inserts explosives into the hole, aided by the other man. C/U of taper being lit. Animation of the spark travelling up the taper and a cartoon explosion. Small mechanical digger scoops up the ore then dumps it into a truck on wheels. The miners push trucks along the tramways. Good shot of them pushing truck around a corner with their miners lamps alight. They tip the ore into a pit where another miner breaks it down into smaller pieces. C/U of a miner helping pieces of ore along a conveyor belt with a metal tool. Various views of ore being transported around the mine. It is poured into a container which is then lifted up a shaft to the surface. View of the metal tower with the container of ore being lifted then tipped. Large chunks of ore tumble down a slatted chute - seen from low angle. Interior - three men in flat caps move the chunks of ore with shovels. C/U of the ore being shovelled into a chute where water is poured on to the ore. It is then crushed. Various shots of machinery used to crush the ore. Man lifts off a board to show the wet ore being propelled through a machine. The powdered ore is washed. Shot of the beds of ore with water pouring off them. Man shovels wet ore from one vat to another. The ore is then dried in a calciner. C/U of man's hand opening a small door to show interior of calciner. Man with his mouth and nose covered with a protective mask shovels the powdered ore into a bucket then carries two buckets up some steps then pours them into a vat. A magnetic separator sifts the ore. C/U of the buckets being emptied. Highly magnetic iron, slightly magnetic iron and wolfram are sifted into different buckets. A larger amount of tin and waste emerges from the other end of the separator. Sand is then washed from the tin. A man shovels the powder into a machine which will wash it. C/U of man seen through the dripping water. Pan across the falling water to show the vat below where the sand is moved around through the water. C/U of two men in deep concentration as they use special tools to move the mixture around the vat. C/U of young boy at work. Two men work together shovelling the end product into a sack which is then weighed. C/U of small trowel of tin being put into the sack. Sack is loaded on to a trolley then wheeled away. Note: 2 negs and 2 prints exist - check for best quality. Cuts exist - see separate record. FILM ID:1613.04 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 13180 British Pathé
A Story About Tin Mining in Ipoh Year 1911
 
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This video clip shown at 49th MD 308 Lions Convention Opening Ceremony 30/4/2011 @ Indera Mulia Stadium Ipoh This Part 1, Part 2 is live acting on the actual event after this video clip ------------------------------------------------ Main Actors : Carman Loh / Lion Francis Lai / Lion A Balakhrishnan / Azman Bin Shamsudin Main Actress : Yoong Ching Ching / Lion Crystal Hor Supporting Actors : Lion Wong Lean Fatt / Lion Royce Ng Supporting Actress : Lion Bibi Lam / Lion Mary Goh / Lion Yong Sow Ngor / Lion Foo Mee Yoong / Lion Ee Poh Sam / Mrs Wong Lean Fatt Cameraman : Arts Video Filming Film Editing : Bow Creative ( www.bow.com.my ) Filming Locations Arrangement : PDG Oon Peng Lam / Lion Jimmy Chua / Lion Bibi Lam / Lion Mary Goh Filming Location : Dollar Valley (M) Sdn Bhd owner of Tin Mine area at Tanjong Tualang
Views: 9930 Roger P
Tin Mines - Nation on Film - Drill & Blast  - Cornwall
 
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Here's a fascinating documentary about the decline of the Cornish Tin Mining Industry - Nation on Film - Drill & Blast - BBC 2003. I copied this from a tape loaned to me about 10 years ago so sorry about the missing last couple of minutes of the programme. Nation on Film - Drill & Blast - Tin Mines. The tin that was mined in Cornwall helped to fuel the hi-tech consumer revolution that changed all our lives. But the close-knit communities that worked in the mines paid a heavy price. Until the post-war era, under investment in the mines made them hazardous places to work. Through archive film footage and testimony from miners and their families, Nation On Film examines the backbreaking toil that went on hundreds of feet below the Cornish landscape. The daughter of a miner describes how she would try and stop her father from going to work because of the dust disease that killed many miners. Early black and white film shows surface workers attempting to protect themselves from arsenic, which is also found in tin mines, by tying handkerchiefs around their faces. The mines began to close when the system for supporting the international price of tin collapsed. The Cornish miners took their case to Westminster but were refused long-term assistance. As the mines closed, a sense of betrayal was felt in the mining communities and the Cornish countryside still bears the scars of the disused mines."
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RR7043B BRITAIN: REVIVAL OF TIN MINING
 
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RR7043B BRITAIN: REVIVAL OF TIN MINING The tin mining industry in Cornwall died not because the mines were worked out but because of a world slump in tin prices in 1890, which killed off most firms, and then the Great Depression of the 1930s which closed the rest. But the spiralling price of tin in today's world market, coupled with new methods of mining the ore, look like producing a second mining boom in Cornwall. Already some of the old mines are being reopened and big mining interests are watching on the sidelines ready to make large-scale investment in the mines if world prices rise even higher. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6e88f979c3c6da4d9d6a5bda2c88130b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1379 AP Archive
Justin Timberlake - Mirrors (Official Music Video)
 
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the biggest tin dredge of the world Perak  Malaysia
 
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the biggest tin dredge of the world . built during the British colonial rule just before the second world war in the state of Perak , Malaysia.
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Exploring new ground in a old Cornish tin mine - Part 2
 
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We continue deeper into the labyrinth of levels in this old Cornish tin mine. This is more of a crawl around in places, I expect the mine was a lot bigger, but to save time taking the rocks to the surface the miners would have stacked the rocks in the stopes that would have had the tin ore, this is called backfilling, finished off with a nice stack of rocks in a wall, in the UK we call deads, but often referred to as gobbing. - Please drop by my new facebook page and give me a like: https://www.facebook.com/CornishMineExplorer/ - Important Note: We don't post the real names of the mines featured in our videos, to protect the sites and to stop others with less experience putting themselves in danger. If you know this place, please don't mention it by name or location. Our team consists of ex miners, cavers and mine rescue, every trip is taken with caution and callouts made to other members of where we are underground. Please do not put yourself at risk or others by entering these abandonded mines.
Geevor Tin Mine - Cornish Mineral Heritage
 
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A short video of the Geevor Ti Mine Museum, including the mine and mineral processing, presented by Dougal Jerram
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IPOH
 
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Ipoh is the capital city of the state of Perak state and also one of the largest cities in the country. Ipoh developed into one of Malaysia's main cities around the turn of the 19th century due to the booming tin mining industry. During the British colonial era, Ipoh was Malaysia's second city for administrative purposes. There are several impressive historical buildings from the British Colonial era such as the Railway Station, the Town Hall and the Court House. Ipoh came into existence in the 1820s as a village at the highest navigable point of the Kinta River. Note: This video belongs to Tourism Perak Sdn Bhd (www.tourismperak.com.my)
Views: 2322 Jeff Ali
Rahman Hydraulic Tin is the largest open pit tin mine in Malaysia
 
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Rahman Hydraulic Tin Sdn Bhd (RHT) is the largest open pit tin mining in Malaysia located at Klian Intan, Hulu Perak, Malaysia. The mine was operated way back since 1907 and in November 2004, Malaysia Smelting Corporation (MSC) acquired RHT. The name “Rahman” as in Rahman Hydraulic Tin is not because someone by the name of Rahman discovered or founded the mine, but because the mine, when it was formed in 1907 was located in a Siamese State (Province) called “Reman” in Siam (now Thailand). Following the Treaty of Bangkok between the British and the Siamese in 1909, Reman State became part of Malaya.The British continued to own and operate the mine until about the 1970’s, after which it was owned and run by Malaysian enterprises. Producer/ Editor : Muhammad Syafirol Graduate Mineral Processing Engineer Special shutout to: Syafiq, Azmizan, Jamal, Hamizan, Raja, Syakir, Azif Zai, and everyone who support me during video production. Credits to : Your Akhi Productions (Earth Zoom Footage) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0i6DXHTD5og Music : 300 Violin Orchestra - Jorge Quintero 50 Cent - Ready for War
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How Chinese can speak Malay ? History of Multilingual Malaysian
 
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History of Multilingual Malaysians and how Malaysians are multilingual. An explanation and history telling on how Malaysian Chinese, Indian and Malay became multilingual. Malaysia is a country where it has a majority of mulitilingual people in this world. SOURCE : https://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/stories/9-of-the-worlds-most-multilingual-countries Ever wonder What Country Has The Most Languages Spoken ? What Percentage Of People In The World Speak More Than One Language? What Country Has Many Languages? Which Country Is Bilingual? How Many Countries Is Mandarin Spoken In? Top 10 Most Multilingual Countries in the World Countries speak the most languages? This history of Malaysia having one of the most multilingual speakers in the world is due to the history of how Malaysia was being formed. Before most of the Chinese came to Malaysia, Malaysia was mostly known as a traders port and was well known in the south east asia for their location. Not untill when the British conquered Malaysia and found natural resources which was beneficial for their country. The British then needed cheap labour workers that were hardworking enough for the tin ore mining and gold thus they recruited the Chinese labour workers from China and Indians from India for the coal mining and rubber plantations. Certain location in Malaysia is highly populated of different races as the British built villages based on races and schools based of races to prevent unity among the race to go against the British.All races in Malaysia speak malay as it is widely use in our daily conversations. and work. Disclaimer: The history of my great grandfather is not entirely true as there as still some puzzles in my chinese malaysian family mystery. if I ever wrote anything you disagree with and I believe there will be some disagreements, do let me know. If you have anything to add in, do comment down here so tourist would know when they visit Malaysia. Or just comment to say Where are you from ! I would be curious to know ! Have a nice stay in Malaysia. ► Please SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/feliciazoe90 Please THUMBS UP if you liked the video :) ♥My Other Social Network Links♥ Blog: http://www.feliciazoe.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/feliciazoe Twitter: Twitter: https://twitter.com/feliciazoe90 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Feliciazoe.my Business Email ONLY: [email protected] About Feliciazoe: https://youtu.be/0GlRPQtVn7w ———————Watch my recent videos————————— 10 Must not do in Malaysia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmLwbHeRQlQ Malaysia VS Indonesia VS Brunei Language 马来西亚VS 印度尼西亚VS文莱 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTKDpgBB6_A&t=4s Learn Travel Malay Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yev7G... Learn Travel Chinese Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKL7Y...
Views: 27192 Felicia zoe
Herberton - Historic Tin Mining Town and neighbour, Wondecla
 
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Herberton and Wondecla are located on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, Australia. Herberton had a population of 855 at the 2016 Census, while Wondecla’s population was 638. Herberton has a rich mining history being established in 1880 after Tin was found in 1875 by James Venture Mulligan, who was prospecting for Gold, but instead, found Tin. The Royal Hotel, was establish in 1880 as with the Post Office which was opened in November 1880. It became the richest Tin mining area in Australia, boasting 17 pubs (Hotels) and a brewery. Tin mining stopped in 1978. Historic Village – Herberton Information:- http://www.historicvillageherberton.com.au/ Music Track:- “Everybody’s Got a Banjo” Live at WFMU's Monty Hall, 11/20/2015 by The Defibulators http://thedefibulators.com/ Music Source – www.freemusicarchive.org
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Kampar : Of Communists and Tin
 
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A historical perspective of the communism era in Malaya during the tin mining economic boom.
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The Great Recovery workshop: Geevor tin mine
 
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Our first workshop, in Geevor Tin Mine, Cornwall. Seeing how ti is dug up out of the ground and how it's used in products. www.greatrecovery.org.uk
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History of Cornish Mining - Cligga Mine Revisited - Poldark Times
 
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Cornish Tin Mine and Mining History - Cligga Mine Revisited - Cligga Head, Perranporth Cornwall. 3 ghostly images are in the footage from Nosferatu (copyright expired). Revisit of Cligga Tin Mine with much improved lighting, filmed on my GoPro3, 3 hour trip condensed into 30 minutes no software enhancement required. Cree t6 and XML-U2 lamps provide incredible lighting. Bob and myself both have extensive knowledge of mines and mining techniques through working in the industry, old workings are extremely dangerous and must only be entered with a full understanding of how they work, many transfer chutes, winzes, shafts and open stopes make it a hazardous environment. History of Cligga Mine. Cligga Wolfram & Tin Mine lies on the cliff tops about one and a quarter miles southwest of Perranporth on the North Cornish coast. The granite pegmatite cliffs have been altered to greisen and exhibit jointing and veining. The veins often filled with cassiterite (tin oxide), wolframite, mispickel (arsenical pyrite) and the copper/iron suphides, chalcopyrite and bornite. Silver ore has also been reported here. There is one shaft on the sett called Contact Shaft and two adits, one at beach level called Beach Adit, the other atop the cliffs and unsurprisingly called Cliff Adit. The mine worked in the early part of the twentieth century although 'Old Men's Workings' from the past are quite visible as you approach the area. Mining restarted in 1938 after a period of closure prior to the mine being taken over by the 'Rhodesian Mines Trust Limited in 1939'. Trials were carried out around this time to see if it was more feasible to work the stockwork as an open cast pit rather than an underground mine, but this came to nothing. There is surprisingly little information on Cligga although there are production records showing that between 1940 and 1944, 300 tons of wolfram and 200 tons of black tin were raised and sold. 1945 Cligga Mine closed. The War was nearly over and shipments of American tungsten were now arriving regularly in England. The high cost of producing a small quantity of tungsten from Cligga could no longer by justified and therefore, production at Cligga was halted. In 1962 the 'Geevor Mining Company took out a lease on the mine and in collaboration with the Sungesi Besi, Tronoh and Panang Companies started a programme of shaft rehabilitation and deepening with a view to re-opening the mine. Contact shaft was deepened to 550 feet from surface, drives 'on lode' were started both seawards and inland. However water was hit at about 250 feet from the shaft and work there abandoned. The seaward drive continued for some 800 feet before further exploration by diamond drilling commenced. The results were inconclusive, and by early 1964 Geevor had decided to unwater 'Levant' mine instead of re-opening Cligga. 1976 there was renewed interest in mining for tin on a small scale at Cligga, and Wheal Concord undertook a limited programme of evaluation. Wheal Concord Ltd planned to re-open contact shaft in 1984-1985, but the collapse of the tin-market in October 1985 put a stop to this. Cornish tin mines are dangerous only people with knowledge of working mines should enter but then only with extreme caution. History of Cornish Tin Mines collection All music composed with vst plugins and keyboard with mixer, even then had to re up due to a copyright issue and it was my very own work - crazy. 39 views until then. Cligga Mine modern history. 1938 September 21st the "Cligga Wolfram and Tin Mines Ltd" was founded and soon after completion of the installation the rich ore veins were exploited. 1939 The Rhodesian Mines Trust Ltd. took over the company Contact shaft was extended until it reached close to sea level and new stopes were drilled to fully exploit the ore body. 1940, vibration from blasting caused the first of several collapses of the area of cliffs housing the process water pumps (at the northern end of the beach). Eventually, a tunnel was driven to the northwest and a new pump chamber established just above sea level, well away from the effects of blasting. 1941 with the new pump system functional, it was possible to increase production. However, although production had increased, the cost of production had also increased. 1945 Cligga Mine closed. The War was nearly over and shipments of American tungsten were now arriving regularly in England. The high cost of producing a small quantity of tungsten from Cligga could no longer by justified and therefore, production at Cligga was halted. Early 1962 the ‘Geevor Mining Company took out a lease on the mine and in collaboration with the Sungesi Besi, Tronoh and Panang Companies started a programme of shaft rehabilitation and deepening with a view to re-opening the mine. Contact shaft was deepened to 550 feet from surface, drives ‘on lode’ were started both seawards and inland.
Views: 13989 Gary Parrott
Tin Mining in Jos (100 yrs of neglect)
 
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Tin Mining in Jos started way back in1902 and by the mid 1940s the British government formally entered tin exploration and mining in the region making it the number one foreign export from Nigeria. However, the discovery of oil in the mid 1950s and the subsequent shift in emphasis from tin mining left present day Plateau State with the huge challenge posed by degradation and devastation, with over 4,000 abandoned mining ponds dotting the state, neglected and have continually posed a serious threat to the environment and the inhabitants. Quite a lot of damages have been meted on the land, particularly around the Jos area of Plateau State.
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Malayan Rubber and Tin, 1950's - Film 249
 
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Malaya. Aerial shots of heavily wooded areas. Forests covering mountains. Ground shots travelling through the woodland. Women carrying large buckets balanced on sticks. A woman carves a tree to form a drainage channel for white sap (natural rubber), which is shown dripping into a small container. Lots of women carrying the buckets balanced across their shoulders, presumably full of the sap. A man ladles out the sap from a large container and places it into an upright cylinder. He puts an object in it which makes some of the sap overflow, and the object is then drawn out again. The natural rubber is poured into containers. A large train container carriage is marked latex and moves past. A man directs people surrounded by cut down trees. He walks to his car, gets in and drives off. He drives along a road, passing two people. He arrives at his destination and gets out. Meets a man in shorts and they shake hand briefly and talk. Scenes of mining, lots of industrial mining. A conveyor belt conveys mined earth from the mine location. Lots of earth being dug. Surplus earth is put into large troughs on rails which is winched up a hill. Mined earth is placed in a rotating beater and mixed with water. Dirty water being filtered out through a mesh. Men carrying buckets of water mixed with tin ore. Ships being unloaded by crane. Sacs being placed onto trolleys. Blast furnaces. Molten tin flowing. Tin ingots being lifted by a man onto a wheelbarrow. Port of Singapore, some large ships. A bus travels along a causeway, which connects Singapore with the Malayan peninsular. A map showing Malaya shipping routes. Lots of ships on water. A small boat travelling with a backdrop of large buldings. A packed dock. Men in shirts an ties standing outside a building (possibly a banking society). Busy streets, cars, cycle rickshaws, bicycles, and signs in English and Chinese. People walking in a market, mostly Asian. Busy market scenes. Fish, vegetables, rice and fruit in the markets.
Views: 3481 HuntleyFilmArchives
Illegal Indonesian tin mining damaging environment
 
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Tin is in abundant supply on the Indonesian island of Bangka and its sister island, Belitung. They supply one third of the world’s tin, but illegal mining is a major problem that the government is trying to tackle. Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Bangka Island. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Kuala Lumpur, Capital of Malaysia
 
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Kuala Lumpur, or simply called KL by locals, is the federal capital and the largest city in Malaysia. Literally meaning muddy river confluence in Malay, Kuala Lumpur has grown from a small sleepy Chinese tin-mining village to a bustling metropolis of around 6.5 million in just 150 years. Founded in 1857 under British rule, Kuala Lumpur is fairly new as far as Malaysian cities go and lacks the rich history of Georgetown or Malacca. Today, Kuala Lumpur has become a modern city, bristling with skyscrapers and with a modern transportation system. Despite this, Kuala Lumpur has still kept some of its historical charm. Kuala Lumpur is cultural melting pot with some of the world's cheapest 5-star hotels, impressive shopping districts, even better food and some of nature's wonders just an hour away, making this a dynamic city with much to offer. Kuala Lumpur is home to the tallest twin buildings in the world, the Petronas Twin Towers, which have become an iconic symbol of Malaysia's futuristic developments. As in most of Malaysia's cities and towns, Malaysian Chinese form a majority of the population in Kuala Lumpur. Malays and Malaysian Indians are also present in large numbers in the city, and there are substantial numbers of more recent immigrants and workers from South and Southeast Asia, Eurasians, and expatriates from Western countries and the Middle East. The result is a mix of cultures that meld together to make Kuala Lumpur a modern and diverse capital. Kuala Lumpur is said to be locked in an unofficial rivalry with nearby city-state Singapore. The ethnic Chinese-dominated Singapore was separated from the indigenous Malay-majority Federation due primarily to irreconcilable ideological differences. Singapore strove to become a viable independent state and spurred rapid development, which the Malaysians sought to keep up with by investing in Kuala Lumpur. QUESTIONS? We would like to hear from you! If you have any comments or questions about this destination or just need some general travel advice, feel free to leave a comment below! ABOUT VideoVoyage.TV is a travel channel specializing in informative videos about various travel destinations around the world. We are publishing a short video every day starting with places around Southeast Asia, but planning to extend our coverage to Europe and the Caribbean in the upcoming months. SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv?sub_confirmation=1 CONNECT Website: http://videovoyage.tv Facebook: http://facebook.com/videovoyagetv Twitter: http://twitter.com/videovoyagetv Instagram: http://instagram.com/videovoyagetv YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/videovoyagetv Google+: http://google.com/+videovoyagetv
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THE MOST MASSIVE LANDSLIDE EVER CAUGHT ON CAMERA EXTREME DESTRUCTIVE MUDSLIDE FOOTAGE UPLOADED 2017
 
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The Pantai Remis landslide was a rock fall and flood that occurred on 21 October 1993, near Pantai Remis in Perak, Malaysia. The landslide took place in an abandoned open cast tin mine close. The Pantai Remis landslide was a rock fall and flood that occurred on 21 October 1993, near Pantai Remis in Perak, Malaysia. The landslide took place in an abandoned open cast tin mine close. Fri, Jul 13: Global National's Francis Silvaggio and crew were at the scene of an incredible mudslide at Johnsons Landing in British Columbia on Friday. Global News cameras were rolling the. A complete collection of the biggest and rock and landslides from around the world. This is a remake of 'biggest landslides worldwide with a few added new ones. I DO NOT
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Working Cornish Tin  Mines
 
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Tin mines in Pool Cornwall, a Whim ( wInding ) engine working and pumping engine not yet working owned by the National Trust.
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The Cornwall Tin Mines
 
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The antiquarian Sabine Baring-Gould relates a Cornish story about the honourable and wealthy disciple of Jesus Christ (the one who ultimately laid Christs body in his own tomb) "that Joseph of Arimathea came in a boat to Cornwall, and brought the Child Jesus with him, and the latter taught him how to extract the tin" ('A Book Of Cornwall', 1899, p.57) This video tells us that Cornwall was the tin centre of the ancient world
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Queen And Duke Visit Jos - And Duke Visits Tin Mines (1956)
 
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Unused / unissued material - dates and locations unclear or unknown. Queen and Duke visit Jos - and Duke visits tin mines. Nigeria. L/S aircraft taxiing on airfield. LS Queen and Duke descending steps of Heron plane, and are greeted. LS Queen and Duke walking from plane. Various shots, Duke at tin mines watching work going on. LS Duke looks at samples of tin. LS Duke watches excavation process. High angle. LS and GV Duke looking at excavation proceedings. MS Duke and others watching. MS Duke inspects sample of tin. LS Duke leaves mine. FILM ID:2532.11 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Malaysia Chinese History by PTUM'14
 
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Many centuries ago, the emperor of Ming Dynasty sent his people to the Malay archipelago to have trades and expand mutual relationships with the locals. The people from china sailed across the rough sea and arrived at the land of south east Asia. They trade with the locals people and some of them even stayed at south east Asia and never when back to their hometown. Many of the people from China married with locals lady and here it creates a new ethnic called "Peranakan". However, the immigration of the China people did not stop there. During the outbreak of Opium War, many of china people were imported by the British to south east Asia and one of it is Malaya and Borneo as the labors in the tin mining. Hence, so vast number of china people migrated from their homeland to earn a living in this foreign land. In Malaya, the china people worked in tin mining while the Indian from India worked in the rubber plantation. For a few centuries, the immigrates did not go back to their homeland but instead they lived in the foreign land from generation to generation. Well then the foreign land has become their homeland. In the year of 1957, Malaya and Borneo got their independent and on 1963 form Malaysia. From that Malaysia, the country of unique identity of multicultural and multiethnic form. ******************************­******************************­*********** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/loveptum Official Website: http://www.ptum.org.my/ Youtube: http://goo.gl/A8B9TJ ******************************­******************************­***********
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Tin Mining in Kampar
 
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Malayan Tin Mine, 1951 - Film 94333
 
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Tin mining in Malaya in the early 1950's. Washing the ore
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sg lembing Mine exploration
 
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Until the 1860s, Sungai Lembing was a major producer of underground tin. Sungai Lembing town developed in the 1880s when the British set up the tin mining industry, although the history of mining in this area extends much further back. From 1891, the Pahang Consolidated Company Limited, (PCCL), which was under British control, had a 120 -year lease to mine the area. PCCL managed the mine from 1906 until its liquidation in 1986 when world tin prices collapsed. The pit mines were closed in 1986 due to high operational costs and low yields, but during their heyday they were among the largest and deepest in the world. The total tunnel length is 322 km, with a depth of between 610 m and 700 m. A museum highlighting the tin mining industry was opened in 2003. The museum is housed in an old bungalow once used by the mine manager. The museum houses a collection of mining artifacts. Member Of Team Underwater Cave Explorer from IDREOASIA International Diving Research and Exploration Organisation found one of the wet and dry tunnel which approximately 300 meter walking distance and not an easy without crawling and bending position with your tank and gear around. More Passage and a long project are needed to see how far as the interconnected passage can be. And thanks to the team that we are able to run the full 100 meter line even with a tight swim through. So Far the deepest found at 25 meter the 1st passage. The effort and determination from our team member paid off finally.
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【#1 Yo, IPOH! -  Understanding Ipoh’s history - Tualang Tin Dredge No.5 (TT5) 】
 
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【#1 Yo, IPOH! - Understanding Ipoh’s history - Tualang Tin Dredge No.5 (TT5) 】The LAST tin dredge in Malaysia! Today, Yo, IPOH! brings you to a place whereby it is an important part of Ipoh’s history, which is Tanjung Tualang, an small town located southern of Ipoh. Here, sits a very valuable historical monument, a tin dredge, it is the last, the only remain in this country - Tualang Tin Dredge No.5 (TT5)! Between 1920s - 1930s, Ipoh was a mining heaven for a special kind of metal, which is tin. At 1938, an English company, F.W. Payne & Sons built this tin dredge. This giant structure took about 18 months to complete, weighing about 4500 tonnes, 75 meters long, up to 358 000 meter cube, and it is equipped with a whopping 2247 horsepower! It has 115 units of bucket and each weighting about 2 tonne! It is unbelievable how heavy was this tin dredge were when all of the buckets were installed on to the belt. Based on the tour guide, the loud sound will produced when this tin dredge is operating. These buckets are moving upwards, carrying sands and tin particles, from underwater. After undergoing filtration, a full metal container of tin particles could weight more than 1 tonne! The dredge operating 24 hours non stop, up to 3 - 4 shifts of per day, with about 15-20 workers per shift. It was re-built on 1963, by Southern Malayan Tin Dredging (M) Sdn Bhd, the owner of that time. Due to the declining of tin mining industry late 1980s, this tin dredge had halt its function on 1982. 1985 most of the tin mining company had closed down, thus most of the tin dredge has been demolished by then, left behind this only tin dredge. Let’s watch this video. At the end of the video, we were honour to be able to learn how to do tin panning, instructed by an experienced staff. We were shock when we found out the actual color of tin! And I can not forget how heavy that the tin was! Address:9th KM, Jalan Tanjung Tualang, 31000 Kampong Batu Gajah, Perak, Malaysia Webpage:https://www.facebook.com/tanjungtualangno5/ Opening Hours:9am - 6pm, off every Monday Historical Tour @ The last tin dredge:10am, 11am, 12pm, 230pm, 330pm, 430pm. RM 10 for MyKad holder, RM20 for non MyKad holder. Follow us:https://www.facebook.com/iSEEiSNAPiPOST Youtube:iSEEiSNAPiPOST 【第一集 遊怡保! - 深入了解怡保歷史 - 督亞冷採錫鐵船5號 TT5】大馬僅存採錫鐵船! 今天,遊怡保!帶大家來到了一個在怡保的歷史佔據著非常重要位置的地方,那就是座落於霹靂州怡保南部的一個叫 “督亞冷” 的小鎮。這裡,有著一個非常具有歷史價值的建築文物,那就是採錫鐵船,而且這是大馬唯一仍然保存著的採錫鐵船 - 丹絨督亞冷5號 (TT5)! 1920-1930年時期,怡保爆發成採錫的天堂。而在採錫處於顛峰的時期,1938年,英國公司 F.W. Payne & Sons, 就開始建造這艘採錫鐵船。這艘鐵船費時約 18 個月建造,重達 4 500 噸,長約75公尺,體積達到 358 000 平方公尺,馬力高達 2 247匹。 這艘鐵船,擁有 115 個挖斗,據說每個挖斗都重達二噸。 可想而知,當那麽多個挖斗都在操作的當兒,這艘船會是那麽地重!導遊有說,當這些船在操作時,這些挖斗會發出非常響亮的聲音。 斗鏈上的挖斗是由下往上操作的,從水裡挖出來的礦砂,參雜著錫米還有砂石,經過篩選後的錫米,會裝入一個個鐵桶,而每個裝滿錫米的鐵桶,重達超過一噸。 鐵船24小時都操作,每天有三到四個班次,每班有大約15-20名員工當值。 在1963年,這艘鐵船被當時的擁有者,馬來亞礦業公司,而翻新。 80年代後期,隨著錫業慢慢地沒落,在 1982 年這艘鐵船也停止了運作。1985 年國際錫市崩潰,採礦公司紛紛停業,許多當時的採錫鐵船都已經被分解了,唯獨剩下這艘。 一起來觀賞這部短片吧!短片最後,我們有機會體驗到由專業人士教導我們如何洗琉琅的過程呢!原來錫米並不是我們所想像的那種顏色!而且還很重呢! 地址:9th KM, Jalan Tanjung Tualang, 31000 Kampong Batu Gajah, Perak, Malaysia 網址:https://www.facebook.com/tanjungtualangno5/ 開放時間:早上9點到傍晚6點,星期一休息 導遊帶領鐵船遊(包括講解)時間:早上10點,11點,12點,下午2點半,3點半,及4點半。每人收費10塊錢,非大馬公民者20塊錢。 關注我們:https://www.facebook.com/iSEEiSNAPiPOST Youtube:iSEEiSNAPiPOST Song: Asia Cruise - Selfish (THBD Remix) (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/ngDsAexdalA
Views: 341 iSEE iSNAP iPOST
Mining For Smartphones: Film 3 - The True Cost of Tin
 
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Mining For Smartphones - "The True Cost of Tin" The third and final episode of a new documentary series produced by Friends of the Earth, highlighting the effects of tin mining on the local population of Bangka Island in Indonesia. Friends of the Earth are calling on major international mobile phone manufacturers to take responsibility for the local and wider environmental and social impacts of the materials used in their products. We want them to make their products better and we need your help to make it happen. Join us: http://www.foe.co.uk/what_we_do/make_it_better_action_37571.html Film Release Schedule: Film 1: "The Tin Mines of Bangka Island" - 12pm, Friday 30th November: http://youtu.be/u6KxzGMF4co Film 2: "Coast, Coral and Community" - 12pm, Friday 7th December: http://youtu.be/sBaVbSY1trs Film 3: "The True Cost of Tin" - 12pm, Friday 14th December: http://youtu.be/2BilGmYtFuk Stay up to date with Friends of the Earth. Subscribe: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=friendsoftheearth Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/wwwfoecouk Twitter - http://twitter.com/wwwfoecouk Email - http://www.foe.co.uk/news_events/enews_index.html
Inside A Cornish Tin Mine
 
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Inside the ruined tin mine at Bosiliack, Cornwall.
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Sg Lembing Tour
 
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Sungai Lembing is a tin mining town 42 km northwest of Kuantan in Pahang, Malaysia. Lembing is Malay for spear, and "sungai" means river. Per local legend, the local ruler saw a vision of a spear in the nearby river and thus named his town after this vision. Until the 1860s, Sungai Lembing was a major producer of underground tin. Sungai Lembing town developed in the 1880s when the British set up the tin mining industry, although the history of mining in this area extends much further back. From 1891, the Pahang Consolidated Company Limited, (PCCL), which was under British control, had a 120 -year lease to mine the area. PCCL managed the mine from 1906 until its liquidation in 1986 when world tin prices collapsed...(Wikipedia)
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Ipoh : Street Art - Old Town White Coffee - Concubine Lane | Travel in Malaysia 2017
 
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Travel in Malaysia 2017 - Ipoh : Street Art - Old Town White Coffee - Concubine Lane - Plan B (Map: https://goo.gl/maps/AWqHvcxr56o). Wikipedia - Ipoh is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Perak. Located by the Kinta River, it is nearly 180 km (110 mi) north of Kuala Lumpur and 123 km (76 mi) southeast of George Town in neighbouring Penang. As of 2010, Ipoh contained a population of 657,892, making it the third largest city in Malaysia by population. The Old Town is west of the Kinta River. There is a vibrant commercial district with many historical 'shop-houses' centred around Leech Street (Chinese: 烈治街; now Jalan Bandar Timah). Other notable features include : - Ipoh railway station in neo-classical/Edwardian Baroque style nicknamed the "Taj Mahal of Ipoh". - Ipoh Town Hall, an Edwardian Baroque municipal building located across the road from the Railway Station. - Padang Ipoh or Ipoh Field is on Jalan S.P. Seenivasagam. The field is surrounded by historic buildings that feature classic colonial architecture, including the mock-Tudor style Ipoh Club, FMS Bar, HSBC Building and the St Michael's Institution secondary school. - The Anglo-Chinese School, Ipoh, officially named SMK Methodist (ACS), is located along Lahat Road. - Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Anderson is the most well-known secondary school with more than 100 years of history, located beside the General Hospital of Ipoh. This school has been producing numerous of figures in the country. - St. Michael's Institution, Ipoh, is a public secondary school in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. It is situated on Jalan S. P. Seenivasagam, formerly Clayton Road. - Han Chin Pet Soo, the Hakka Tin Miner's Club, located on Jalan Bijeh Timah (formerly Treacher Street) has been restored and turned into Malaysia's First Hakka Tin Mining Museum. - Muzium Darul Ridzuan is a historical museum of Perak, in a pretty former tin-mining tycoon's mansion on Jalan Kuala Kangsar. - Concubine Lane or better known locally as Yi Lai Hong in Cantonese is a narrow and small lane located off Jalan Bandar Timah (Leech Street) in Old Town, Ipoh. It now has different restaurants, souvenir and gift shops and an entirely respectable hotel. To some locals, Concubine Lane is already becoming too busy. - Ipoh wall art murals drawn by talented street art artists clearly breathes in new life into Ipoh Old Town city. The murals do relive a sense of nostalgic moments related to Ipoh’s heritage and culture. It is now a popular tourist attraction, adding more crowns to Ipoh apart from being a food paradise. - Birch Memorial Clock Tower is a popular historical landmark which is located near the Ipoh State Mosque or commonly known as Sultan Idris Shah II Mosque. The clock tower was built to commemorate James W. W. Birch, the first British Resident in Perak who was killed on 2 November 1875 at Pasir Salak. ( The name of thumbnail : An Old Uncle Drinking Coffee ) Music : Carroll Park and Here the Noise by John Deley and the 41 Players {YouTube Audio Library}. #ipohstreetart #ipohrailwaystation #ipohtheoldtown #oldtownwhitecoffee #planb #concubinelane #namheongwhitecoffee ------------------------------------------------------------- Special Thanks to All who participated! ////\More Info : ✩ Subscribe now for more videos : https://goo.gl/hyqNJw ✩ Blog: https://nhd688.blogspot.com ✩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nhd688 ✩ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/choimohinhdotnet I produce, film, and edit all videos myself. Thank you for watching.
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Avenged Sevenfold - A Little Piece Of Heaven [Official Music Video]
 
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GET HAIL TO THE KING: DEATHBAT MOBILE GAME TODAY Buy for iOS: http://appstore.com/deathbatgame Buy on Google Play: http://bit.ly/DBGandroid Learn more at http://deathbatgame.com Download Avenged Sevenfold's latest album and past albums at http://smarturl.it/itunesa7x. Visit http://avengedsevenfold.com for tour dates, news and merch. Subscribe to more new music on Youtube- http://bit.ly/YbmcT8 Facebook- http://on.fb.me/11J5jHK Twitter- http://bit.ly/XPOa8S Spotify: http://bit.ly/1hA3xR0 Soundcloud- http://bit.ly/XbNzNz Tumblr- http://bit.ly/QjSxIj Instagram- http://bit.ly/11Jn5dZ Tour Dates- http://bit.ly/dCSBaa "A Little Piece of Heaven" Lyrics: Before the story begins, is it such a sin, for me to take what's mine, until the end of time We were more than friends, before the story ends, And I will take what's mine, create what God would never design Our love had been so strong for far too long, I was weak with fear that something would go wrong, before the possibilities came true, I took all possibility from you Almost laughed myself to tears(hahaha) conjuring her deepest fears (come here you fucking bitch) Must have stabbed her fifty fucking times, I can't believe it, Ripped her heart out right before her eyes, Eyes over easy, eat it eat it eat it She was never this good in bed even when she was sleepin' now she's just so perfect I've never been quite so fucking deep in it goes on and on and on, I can keep you lookin' young and preserved forever, with a fountain to spray on your youth whenever 'Cause I really always knew that my little crime would be cold that's why I got a heater for your thighs and I know, I know it's not your time but bye, bye and a word to the wise when the fire dies you think it's over but it's just begun baby don't cry You had my heart, at least for the most part 'cause everybody's gotta die sometime, we fell apart let's make a new start 'cause everybody's gotta die sometime yeah but baby don't cry Now possibilities I'd never considered, are occurring the likes of which I'd never heard, Now an angry soul comes back from beyond the grave, to repossess a body with which I'd misbehaved Smiling right from ear to ear Almost laughed herself to tears Must have stabbed him fifty fucking times I can't believe it Ripped his heart out right before his eyes Eyes over easy Eat it eat it eat it Now that it's done I realize the error of my ways I must venture back to apologize from somewhere far beyond the grave I gotta make up for what I've done 'Cause I was all up in a piece of heaven while you burned in hell, no peace forever 'Cause I really always knew that my little crime would be cold that's why I got a heater for your thighs and I know, I know it's not your time but bye, bye and a word to the wise when the fire dies you think it's over but it's just begun but baby don't cry You had my heart, at least for the most part 'Cause everybody's gotta die sometime, We fell apart Let's make a new start 'Cause everybody's gotta die sometime yeah But baby don't cry I will suffer for so long (What will you do, not long enough) To make it up to you (I pray to God that you do) I'll do whatever you want me to do (Well then I'll grant you a chance) And if it's not enough (If it's not enough, If it's not enough) If it's not enough (Not enough) Try again (Try again) And again (And again) Over and over again (Over and over again) We're coming back, coming back We'll live forever, live forever Let's have a wedding, have a wedding Let's start the killing, start the killing Do you take this man in death for the rest of your unnatural life? (Yes, I do.) Do you take this woman in death for the rest of your unnatural life? (I do.) I now pronounce you... 'Cause I really always knew that my little crime would be cold that's why I got a heater for your thighs and I know, I know it's not your time but bye, bye And a word to the wise when the fire dies you think it's over but it's just begun but baby don't cry You had my heart, at least for the most part 'Cause everybody's gotta die sometime, we fell apart Let's make a new start 'Cause everybody's gotta die sometime yeah But baby don't cry
Views: 84048410 Avenged Sevenfold
Indonesia: The Curse of Treasure Island | Global 3000
 
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Bangka is an island rich in a valuable natural resource, tin, and that is why it is being destroyed. Tin has many uses. It is to be found in cans, smartphones, and computers. Mining began thirteen years ago on Bangka. Much of the mining is illegal, ignores environmental-protection regulations and worker-protection laws. More Global 3000 on: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798
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Why.....Malaysia
 
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During the 50s....we are so desperately in taking over back of our country and to run it our-self..its the the Federation Of Malay State with the combination of Perlis,Kedah,Perak,Selangor,Johor,Pahang ,Negeri Sembilan,Terenganu , Kelantan and Pulau Pinang as a rented place of Kedah to the British as a base Port and also the Seberang Prai as a province to Mr Wellesly (British) to developed the area or well known as Province Wellesly.. The British administrate or managing the Federation Of Malay State since all the state lack of expertise and also we are under the British Colony but we are not under the Germany Colony.During the 2nd world war we were attack by Japanese since they are under the German Colony...Its lasted 3 years 8 month...The German Colony (Japan)surrendered to the British. After the war still the British administrate in helping the Federation of Malay State .They make us the largest rubber producer in the world and the largest tin mine producer in the world . In the year 1957 we choose to take over the Federation of Malay State from the British as we are looking forward to managed our-self. .And finally we declare independence (Merdeka)..in 31 Aug 1957...and we call our-self as Malaysia....similarly it sound just like our close brothers country Indonesia... After 50 over years of independence...we have gone thru a lot....from the emergency period of the locally communist attack,....And the successful development of the country....From one leader to another...we achieve our goal as the fastest developing country in the world...We are no longer see as many poor citizen as before..We managed to educate our citizen..and we are equip with all kind of infrastructure .... As this past by...It is sad to see we are lost again....Lost in a difference environment...Lost in perception....Lost in ideas.. Lost in understanding..Lost in sacrifice ..Lost in harmony...Lost in putting hope to our future generation...and the most important that we lost....Lost in what we are of being a Malaysian...to original Malaysia....
Elementos taps rising tin demand with Spain, Tasmania and Malaysia projects
 
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Elementos Limited (ASX:ELT) executive director Chris Dunks speaks to Proactive Investors about nearing a final investment decision on the tin developer's Oropesa Mine in Spain, The metal, which is used to solder electrical components, is enjoying steady growth that could significantly increase because of its use in batteries. Elementos hopes to tap steady growth in the demand for tin while it also progresses with regulatory approvals for its Tasmanian Cleveland mine, as well as a promising joint venture project in Malaysia.
Port dickson beach malaysia (4K Ultra HD) New 2019
 
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History....... Port Dickson began history as a small Malay village inhabited by fishermen and traders. It used to be first known as 'Arang', which means coal, a reference to a carbon mine in the area. Around the 1820s, tin ore was discovered in Lukut town about 7km north, leading to an influx of Chinese migrants into the area. In the 1880s during the colonial era, a British official named Sir Frederic Dickson turned Arang into a port for transporting the rich tin ore deposits from Sungai Ujong to Klang.
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History of Cornish Mining - Holman's Test Mine Explored - Poldark Times
 
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Today I have been kindly invited to explore the Holman's test mine. Whilst I show you around the mine I will tell you a bit about the history of the rock drill and the famous Holman's Factory. Holmans was formed in 1801 by John Holman, then in 1881-The brothers John Henry and James Miners Holman, had taken over running the business from their father John. The Holman Brothers Test Mine - was originally developed to showcase and test Holman's rock drills and other equipment. Their earliest rock drills were put to the test here in 1882 and to commercial use in Cornish Tin mines and South Wales Coal mines, it marked the start of an era lasting until the 1990's. However it was a market the Brothers had to break into as rock drills by Doering had been in use in Cornish Mines since 1867. The invention of the first rock drill dates back to a patent in 1849 belonging to W.J Fowle of Boston USA, this was a steam driven drill that was an extension of the piston with rotation added. Early rock drills were waterless and the effect on miners health was catastrophic, silicosis cause through breathing the rock dust into the lungs lead many miners to an early grave, probably to a greater extent than their predecessors, these drills had the nickname of widow makers because drill operators at this time had a life expectancy of 4 years. It was not until the 1920's that water was introduced at the tip of the rock drill making it a lot safer to work with. Development of this type of drill led to a boom in the 1960's with the Holman Silver 303 as a sinker, stopper and air leg machines. The silver 303 was the drill I used while mining at Geevor on 18 Treglowns lode, I used the stoping variety and it was extremely fast at drilling granite and very accurate due to the built in air leg making narrow vein stoping a real art. During an 8 hour shift I would drill between 17 and 21 8 foot holes, then charge and blast them by means of electric detonators. We would still hold our breath whilst collaring the hole due to the dust but as soon as full power was on the dust would instantly die. Holmans Brothers factory was situated in Camborne near Tesco supermarket and at its height employed over 3000 people on 3 different sites, it shows the amount of wealth and work that mines from around the world can bring to an area . Camborne School of Mines now manage the test mine located south of Camborne, Students are able to learn how to drill charge and fire explosive rounds as well as learning how to survey the mine using both traditional and cutting-edge methods, such as using laser 3D scanning equipment. Being a granite mine with no lode makes it a safe environment for the next generation of future Cornish Cornish miners in an area almost certainly to prosper from current metal prices. Filmed 16th July 2013 with GoPro3 Hero Black Edition. Tags. cornish tin mining, mining, cornwall, tim mining, stoper,stoping, pasty,mining history, cornish history, hand drilling, drilling, blasting, holmans, holman, History of mining or mining history
Views: 3813 Gary Parrott
🇵🇭 Typhoon Mangkhut: Illegal mining linked to landslides | Al Jazeera English
 
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A grim wait for dozens of people still missing continues, after super Typhoon Mangkhut tore through the Philippines burying dozens of people under a massive landslide. At least 81 people have been killed and the death toll continues to rise. Recovery operations are underway but they are proving extremely difficult, especially in a region where infrastructure has always been a major challenge. Decades of unrestrained mining has made many areas of this mountain-range precarious and dangerous, leading environmental activists blaming the illegal mining for the landslides. Al Jazeera's Jamela Alingogan reports from Itogon, decades of unrestrained mining has made these tragedies all too common. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 3374 Al Jazeera English
The Malayan Emergency Part 8/8
 
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The Malayan Emergency was a the deadliest guerrilla war fought by the Commonwealth armed forces. The war with the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military arm of the Malayan Communist Party, from 1948 to 1960 was an important part of Britain's colonial past. The Malayan Emergency was the colonial government's term for the conflict. The Communists termed it the Anti-British National Liberation War. The rubber plantations and tin mining industries had pushed for the use of the term "emergency" since their losses would not have been covered by Lloyd's insurers if it had been termed a "war." Despite the communists' defeat in 1960, communist leader Chin Peng renewed the insurgency in 1967; it would last until 1989, and became known as the Communist Insurgency War. Although Australian and British armed forces had fully withdrawn from Malaysia years earlier, the insurgency still failed.
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Malaysia And Singapore, 1950s - Film 9353
 
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Malaya. Malaysia Singapore, streets. Raffles Place. Guthrie Co. Liner arrives. More Singapore, river scenes. Palm plantation. Sir John Hay. Clinic for workers. Narrow Gauge railway. Malayan airways, small plane. Kuala Lumpur city. Coffee. Tin dredging from clay. Rubber trees. Malayan temple and children. Latex rubber sap collected from palms.
Views: 1452 HuntleyFilmArchives
Economic growth and development of Malaysia, 1960's -- Film 8089
 
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About the economic growth and development of Malaysia, focusing on increased integration of its three separate cultures, but stressing the need for greater racial integration and way that bigger industrial investment will assist this process. Traditional Malay shadow play contrasted with posters for Hollywood and Asian films, neon signs in the three different languages, poor families at home interact with shots of more modern, westernised Chinese house interiors, and young Chinese by the pool listening to western music. Ox driving plough, fisherman sorting catch. Different religious and commercial activities of Chinese, Tamil Indians and Malay peoples - including Chinese tin-mining and stock exchange dealing, Tamil rubber plantations, changes to traditional rural life of Malaysian stressed with shots of hydro-electric power station and demonstrations of new farming equipment. Commentary stresses need for Malaysians (the largest ethnic group) to grab new national economic opportunities. Different-race schools shown in process of adapting to standardised syllabus and common national language (also seen learning English colloquialisms). Racial integration and co-operation in industrial factory. Malayan Airways plane flying to less developed states, first Malaysian Prime Minister Abdul-Raman and Independence Day celebrations.
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Kuala Lumpur travel guide (HD)
 
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Kuala Lumpur travel guide , Kuala Lumpur trip, Kuala Lumpur tourism, Kuala Lumpur vacations Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Kuala Lumpur (called simply KL by locals) is the federal capital and the largest city in Malaysia. Literally meaning "muddy river confluence" in Malay, Kuala Lumpur has grown from a small sleepy Chinese tin-mining village to a bustling metropolis of around 6.5 million (city-proper population of 1.8 million) in just 150 years. A cultural melting pot with some of the world's cheapest 5-star hotels, great shopping, even better food and some of nature's wonders in just an hour away, this dynamic city has much to offer for every visitor. See in Kuala Lumpur =================== Kuala Lumpur is short on must-see attractions: beyond the Petronas Twin Towers, the real joy lies in wandering randomly, seeing, shopping and eating your way through it. KL hosts an amazing variety of architectural delights. The grandest old British colonial buildings lie in the city centre and include the former offices of the Colonial Secretariat (now the Sultan Abdul Samad Building) on Merdeka Square and the old Kuala Lumpur Railway station. They blend themes from the architecture of Britain and North Africa. On Merdeka Square's west side, looking like a rejected transplant straight from Stratford-upon-Avon is the Royal Selangor Club. Near Merdeka Square is Masjid Jamek, a charming Moorish-style mosque set at a confluence on the Klang River. The National Mosque, Masjid Negara, (1965) celebrates the bold ambitions of the newly independent Malaysia. The National Monument in the pretty Lake Gardens is inspired by the Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. The ASEAN sculpture garden is nearby. Also in the lake gardens is Carcosa Seri Negara, the former residence of the British High Commissioner, which now houses an upmarket hotel and colonial-style tea rooms. While some buildings in the high-rise Golden Triangle, such as the KL Tower, are uninspired copies of other famous structures, the Petronas Twin Towers are truly marvelous. Within the city centre is also the fascinating narrow streets of Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur's traditional commercial district, with its many Chinese shops and places to eat. KL is hot, humid and sometimes crowded, so schedule some cooling off in air-conditioned shopping malls or restaurants. You may find that most attractions are only crowded on weekends and holidays and are otherwise deserted on weekdays. Do in Kuala Lumpur ==================== KL is mainly known for its eating and shopping, which are adequately covered by the Eat and Buy sections. Other activities include usual urban sports such as golfing, cycling, running, jogging and horse riding. If you’re into rock climbing, the Batu Caves in the Northern suburbs is popular. However given Malaysia's stunning terrain, you’re better off heading to other places for anything more strenuous or challenging. Several good theatres and performance halls have emerged as part of Malaysia's drive to encourage greater cultural expression. These include the National Theatre (Istana Budaya) and the KL Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) in the northern part of the city, the KL Philharmonic in the Twin Towers, and the Actors Studio at Lot 10. Leading museums in the city centre are the National Museum, which covers the region's history, and the well-regarded Islamic Arts Museum, which houses a small but captivating collection. Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery is a modern museum linked to the country's national bank with well-designed galleries on Malaysian economic development, Islamic finance, the history of the central bank, and the national's banks own art collection. Pampering and spas can be found in several five-star hotels and independent centres in the Golden Triangle. There's also nail parlours and beauty salons, which are generally good value, there's also high-end ones offering similar services for a premium. Reflexology and foot massage places are everywhere, especially in Bukit Bintang in the Golden Triangle and in Chinatown. Kuala Lumpur also has several theme parks around the city and in the surrounding cities. The most famous of these parks is Sunway Lagoon in the neighbouring city of Subang Jaya. The theme park has rides, a huge waterpark, an extreme park for adventure junkies, a scream park for those wanting a good scare, and a petting zoo for children. Sunway Lagoon is a 40 minute drive from central Kuala Lumpur in good traffic. You can also watch the local football match at the KLFA Stadium in Cheras. Kuala Lumpur FA is a football team based in Kuala Lumpur and currently plays in the top divison of football in Malaysia. the Malaysia Super League. Match schedule and fixture can be seen at the KLFA website.
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The Malayan Emergency Documentary
 
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This documentary on the Malayan emergency is based on the side of the CPM ( Communist party of Malaya ) and not necessarily their through their views. Some of these clips here are from these videos: YouTube. (2015). Travel Kuala Lumpur in a Minute - Drone Video | Expedia. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpWSnpSeaQY [Accessed 24 Oct. 2016]. YouTube. (2010). The Forgotten War in Malaya. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LP3p10Scx4A [Accessed 24 Oct. 2016]. YouTube. (2014). No Prisoners - The Fall of Singapore. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWHDHHOCl1Q [Accessed 26 Oct. 2016]. -Malaya the undeclared war. (1998). [video] Malaysia, Thailand and England: Robert Lemkin, Paresh Solanski. You can get the videos from these channels: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ00py08CD-0Z9OwafTx_DQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzBrn9saT6cgIcShM1AdFbQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7dZPGMtuQe6FM04yjBnFig
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At least 30 killed in gold mine accident
 
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Tunnel collapses on illegal dig… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2019/01/06/at-least-30-killed-in-gold-mine-accident What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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The Malayan Emergency Part 1/8
 
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The Malayan Emergency was a the deadliest guerrilla war fought by the Commonwealth armed forces. The war with the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military arm of the Malayan Communist Party, from 1948 to 1960 was an important part of Britain's colonial past. The Malayan Emergency was the colonial government's term for the conflict. The Communists termed it the Anti-British National Liberation War. The rubber plantations and tin mining industries had pushed for the use of the term "emergency" since their losses would not have been covered by Lloyd's insurers if it had been termed a "war." Despite the communists' defeat in 1960, communist leader Chin Peng renewed the insurgency in 1967; it would last until 1989, and became known as the Communist Insurgency War. Although Australian and British armed forces had fully withdrawn from Malaysia years earlier, the insurgency still failed.
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The War Years - Billiton, History of BHP
 
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Professor Geoffrey Blainey discusses the War years for Billiton.
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The tin mine dance
 
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Playing with a tin mine engine house which was closed in 1866. Alien 5" Kiss FC & 24a ESC DYS SE2205 2300Kv Gemfan 5040 Tri
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Tin mining set to return to South Africa after quarter century break
 
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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) -- Tin mining is poised to be resuscitated in South Africa 25 years after the tin price collapsed and forced South Africa's once resplendent Zaaiplaats and Rooiberg tin flagships to close.
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The Malayan Emergency Part 5/8
 
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The Malayan Emergency was a the deadliest guerrilla war fought by the Commonwealth armed forces. The war with the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military arm of the Malayan Communist Party, from 1948 to 1960 was an important part of Britain's colonial past. The Malayan Emergency was the colonial government's term for the conflict. The Communists termed it the Anti-British National Liberation War. The rubber plantations and tin mining industries had pushed for the use of the term "emergency" since their losses would not have been covered by Lloyd's insurers if it had been termed a "war." Despite the communists' defeat in 1960, communist leader Chin Peng renewed the insurgency in 1967; it would last until 1989, and became known as the Communist Insurgency War. Although Australian and British armed forces had fully withdrawn from Malaysia years earlier, the insurgency still failed.
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