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Havent had time to properly check this site out but if anyone does please let me know what its all about thanks…

Snail’s Trail

 Welcome to Snail.com!

Hello there! My name is Snail, and I welcome you to my website! Here you will find a selection of my most exciting adventures, including favourites such as Snail’s First Christmas, Snail Makes Popcorn, and even my very first adventure, Snail Gets a Present!
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    Jay Chow’s ‘Snail’ recommended as patriotic
By Echo Shan (chinadaily.com.cn)
Updated: 2005-03-15 11:46
An education meeting held yesterday in Shanghai revealed that Taiwan pop singer Jay Chow’s single “Snail” is recommended as a patriotic song to middle school students in the eastern municipality.


Jay Chow on the cover of the album “Fantasy” [baidu]

Among the total 100 recommended songs, “Hero at Heart” by HK veteran singer Emil Chow and “The Chinese” by HK ever-fresh pop singer/actor Andy Lau are also on the list.

“Those pop songs recommended on the list are encouraging in lyrics and of tunes easy to follow,” said Wang Yueping, in charge of the selection work.

“We aim to enlist educational songs that appeal to students as well; ‘Snail’ by Jay Chow is one such example.” Wang said, adding, “It’s popular among students and what’s more, the theme of the song is positive.”

Jay Chow’s “Snail” (a single of his 2001 debut album ‘Fantasy’) embodies a man’s inner cry in a snail that firmly believes it’ll reach its dream for the sky someday.

“I climb up step by step and wait for the warm sunshine; One day there is the sky, just for me,” reads the lyrics.

HK and Taiwan pop music mushroomed in China, due to their songs boasting of relaxed themes and easy-to-follow tunes that quickly caught on among the younger generation soon after the nation’s opening up policy in the late 1970s.

Shanghai, as the business hub of today’s China, always leads the nation in almost every aspect. Including education.

Several weeks ago Shanghai’s education authority decided to include into local middle school textbooks, the stories of Shanghai-based world top hurdler Liu Xiang, and NBA center Yao Ming, also a Shanghai native, in a bid to boost students’ national pride and hard-working spirit.

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CRAFTY SNAILY

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FREE PATTERN AND INSTRUCTIONS HERE…. YOU CAN EVEN SEND YOUR PIC HERE TO BE DISPLAYED…

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SNAIL MAN

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‘Snail’3D Modeling, 3D Animation, 3D Model Texturing (Maya 4.5) Video Composition (After Effects 5.0), Textures (Photoshop 7.0)

‘Mr. Snailman’ was another play on words relating to the idea of Mr. Sandman bringing someone a dream. This animation was specifically created to elaborate a dream in fact.

A man continually wakes up during the night to hear strange noises about his bedroom. Repeatedly he brushes any fears away and drifts back to sleep. When his dreams begin to merge with reality, his “closet monster” (in this case played by an enormous snail – modeled after the ‘Racing Snail’ in the movie ‘The Neverending Story’) bridges the gap and arrives at his bedside.

Alarmed and disturbed, he grabs the monster and who then takes him into his own dream.

3:00 Minutes in duration. Music : Requiem for a Dream Sndtrk

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