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Carlos Saavedra Cid

Golden, black and blonde with cauchao, calafate, jalapeno, or honey is the proposal of flavors that the family company commercial Saavedra & Berndt company limited company today makes the Aysen Region. It is the craft beer Finisterra, who will arrive to Coyhaique, and hence the entire region as a new ally to the gastronomic offer with identity of these southern landscapes from Puerto Cisnes. The quality of our waters and that the beer is made with love, wanting. Since this is like cooking, where if you do a rice with love is not the same as if you arrive and strips the ingredients to the water. It is the phrase that Carolina defines the main comparative advantage of this new product, which has conceived and brought forth his father, Carlos Saavedra Cid, for whom today is officiating of producer of the official launch day Thursday in the Ricer historic Restaurant. Several years than this Professor of the school of Guido Gomez of Puerto Cisnes was looking for the formula that would allow him to deliver an artisanal product in the category of the Brewery. He left with incipient facilities somewhere in your House, which allowed him to produce preliminary 50 liters for local consumption. But time passed, he saw the need to grow to become a family business dedicated to this activity and as a way of contributing to the economic development of their community.

That’s what he wanted, that people identify with us, which prefer us, feel yours and see us as something special for his people. And also see that you can do things that are not so common. And that it is possible to fulfill the dreams reminds Carolina. It was so after receiving seed Capital of Corfo programme resources in 2005 to start work and carry out a market study, in 2009, was awarded $40 million of similar programme of the entity, but this time in its second line of work, with the patronage of Codesser and as a consequence of having been a prize winner at the national level in innovation. The aim of the project, definitely implement the initiative under the name Finisterra, craft beer with Patagonian flavors. Through these resources, most of the family company, managed to acquire the factory of industrial level and develop the ultimate corporate image. IN the variety is the taste a diversified offer is that the Finisterra brewery delivery to the regional community: pale ale, porter ale, bock, producing type lager from autumn to winter and spring to summer style ale, with the flavors of the Patagonian fruits already defined.

Today they are already preparing a volume of 3,200 litres per month. In a first phase distribution will seek to cater to our region, to then venture into the national level explains Carlos Saavedra, who adds that after five hard years of work and hopes we identified our aspirations. An industry with a label distinctive and unique as it is to produce a quality product in the unparalleled geographical and environmental conditions of Patagonia, giving insights into an initiative that began as a dream and this Thursday will see the light as a new option for culinary proposals of this southern land.

Shaolin Temple

Li, a master of Chuan Fa as well as other martial way (can that you including Chin Na) he traveled and trained with Shueh for some time developing Chuan Fa to achieve a total of 170 techniques. And what’s more, they categorized them into 5 distinct groups differentiated by various animals whose instinctive reactions better reflect this new Fa Chuan movements. Craig Menear describes an additional similar source. To return to the Shaolin Temple, to which both belong, presented to the other monks Wu Sing Quan, the shape of the 5 animals, and led to the monastery to a new stage in the evolution of martial arts. Over the following centuries the story of Chuan Fa and its evolution towards the Kempo is fragmented into small stories and is difficult to get precise descriptions. What you do know is that the art of Chuan Fa still survives and is practiced in China, but their knowledge is also extended to the islands of Okinawa and the Ryky kingdoms, as well as Japan. In both places, this art is called Kenpo or law of the fist. Between the Sui and Ming periods (a space for 800 years) it is believed that many monks pilgrims crossed the sea to Japan and Okinawa carrying with them the knowledge of the art of the Kempo, which would explain a widespread distribution.

Art of Chuan Fa (and by extension the Kempo) be taught as an adjunct of the spiritual training that the monks supported. Many of these monks would surely be disciples or cadres in various Buddhist temples spread the word of Buddha and the power of Chuan Fa. From the temples the art of the Kempo could easily extend equally between the townspeople and the nobles. Another reason for the establishment of the Kempo seen in numerous trips Japanese and Okinawans made to China to learn the fabulous art of Chuan Fa. Some used to disappear for years.