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KIRIBATI- Gone in 60 years
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  • 1. Kiribati_ Gone in 60 yearsSources: Internet , Reuters.compps: chieuquetoi,vinhbinh, bachkienClick to continue
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  • 3. TarawaClick to continue
  • 4. American marines assault a Japanese bunkerduring the Battle of Tarawa, November 1943.Click to continue
  • 5. The U.S Marines fought the Japanese on thesmall island nation of Kiribati in the PacificClick to continue
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  • 8. Battle of TarawaClick to continue
  • 9. Bonriki_International_AirportClick to continue
  • 10. Kiribati (phát âm /ˈkɪrɨbæs/ ( listen) KIRR-i-bas;[1] Gilbertese: [ˈkiɾibas]), tên chính thức là Cộng hòa Kiribati, là mộtquốc đảo có khí hậu nhiệt đới nằm ở vùng trung tâm Thái Bình Dương. Nước này có tổng cộng 32 đảo san hô vòng vàmột đảo san hô cao, chiếm tổng cộng một diện tích khoảng 3.5 triệu kilomet vuông, (1.351.000 dặm vuông) gần rải rácquanh đường xích đạo, và giáp với Đường đổi ngày Quốc tế về phía đông.Cái tên Kiribati là phát âm địa phương của từ "Gilberts", xuất phát từ đảo chính của nước này là Quần đảo Gilbert.Kiribati giành được độc lập từ Anh Quốc vào năm 1979. Nước này là một thành viên thuộc Khối Thịnh vượng chung Anh,Quỹ Tiền tệ Quốc tế và Ngân hàng Thế giới, và trở thành thành viên đầy đủ của Liên hiệp Quốc vào năm 1999.Nguồn : vi.wikipedia.orgKiribati ([kɪribas] kirr-i-bas[4] or ˈkɪrəˈbɑdi;[5] Gilbertese: [ˈkiɾibas]), officially the Republic of Kiribati, is an islandnation in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. The permanent population is just over 100,000 (2011),[6] and the nation iscomposed of 32 atolls and one raised coral island, dispersed over 3.5 million square kilometres, (1,351,000 square miles)straddling the equator, and bordering the International Date Line at its easternmost point.The name Kiribati is the local pronunciation of "Gilberts", derived from the main island chain, the Gilbert Islands, whichin turn were named after the British explorer Thomas Gilbert, who discovered them.[7] The capital, South Tarawa,consists of a number of islets connected through a series of causeways, located in the Tarawa archipelago. Kiribati becameindependent from the United Kingdom in 1979. It is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the IMF and the WorldBank, and became a full member of the United Nations in 1999. Source: en.wikipedia.orgRibaberiki Kiribati
  • 11. Kiribati Presidential_ResidenceKiribati Parliament HouseKiribati supermarketBonriki_International_Airport welcome
  • 12. • Photographer David Gray spent time documenting life in the PacificIsland nation of Kiribati, a chain of 33 islands that stand just a few feetabove sea level, spread over a huge expanse of otherwise empty ocean.Studies show surrounding sea levels are rising, and Kiribati PresidentAnote Tong has predicted his country will likely become uninhabitablein 30-60 years because of inundation and contamination of its freshwater supplies. Nevertheless, while climate change poses a seriouslonger-term threat, many people now recognise that breakneckpopulation growth is a more immediate problem, particularly for thosecrowded onto Kiribatis main island of South Tarawa. Read Davidspersonal account here. 35 PHOTOS• Source : www.reuters.com
  • 13. North and South Tarawa are seen from the air in the centralPacific island nation of Kiribati May 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 14. The wreckage of a ship lies in water near Bikeman Islet, located off SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 15. A boat being repaired sits on the reef-mud flats of the lagoonlocated at South Tarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 16. Young boys cover each other in reef-mud near the village ofAmbo located on South Tarawa in the central Pacific islandnation of Kiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 17. A woman uses a fork to dig for shellfish on the reef-mud flats of the lagoon locatedat South Tarawa in the central Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 23,2013.REUTERS/David Gray
  • 18. A dog seeks shade from one mangrove treeas a woman uses a fork to dig for shellfish onthe reef-mud flats of the lagoon located atSouth Tarawa in the central Pacific islandnation of Kiribati May 24,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 19. A young boy covered in reef-mud reacts as he standswith other boys in the village of Ambo located onSouth Tarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gra
  • 20. An abandoned house that has beeneffected by sea-water during high-tidescan be seen next to a small lagoonlocated near the village of Tangintebuon South Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 21. Young children run through the village ofBetio on South Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 23,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 22. A woman prepares to feed a patientlieing on a bed placed outside due tolack of space at the NawerewereHospital on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation of KiribatiMay 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 23. A baby lies on a bed in the maternity ward ofthe Nawerewere Hospital on South Tarawa inthe central Pacific island nation of Kiribati May25, 2013. Kiribati has the highest infant-mortality rate in the western Pacific, more thanfive times that of Australia. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 24. Members of the congregation standoutside the church on South Tarawa inthe central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 26, 2013. REUTERS/DavidGray
  • 25. A woman sits atop a grave in a graveyardlocated near the town of Bairiki on SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 26. A man sleeps in a hammock above gravesin the village of Betio on South Tarawa inthe central Pacific island nation of KiribatiMay 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 27. A girl sits on a log located near herhome and next to the roots of a treethat have been exposed as a result ofhigh-tides near the village ofTeaorereke on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation of KiribatiMay 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 28. A young girl stands on an oldWorld War II Japanese bunker, thatis being used as a pig sty, locatednext to her home in the village ofBetio on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 23,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 29. A toy bear sits next to a battery storingsolar power in the home of BinataPinata on Bikeman Islet, located offSouth Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 30. A boy washes himself with waterfrom a well outside his home inthe village of Antebuka located onSouth Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 31. A man lowers a tin into a well tocollect water in the village of Betio onSouth Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 23,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 32. Binata Pinata checks the roof of her homeas a storm approaches Bikeman Islet,located off South Tarawa in the centralPacific island nation of Kiribati May 25,2013.REUTERS/David Gray
  • 33. Rubbish lies in a dumping ground on SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 26, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 34. A man swims next to a man-made wall builtto stop the rising tides located near thevillage of Eita on South Tarawa in the centralPacific island nation of Kiribati May 26,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 35. A fisherman walks in shallow water near theshoreline near the village of Tangintebu on SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25, 2013.REUTERS/David Gray
  • 36. Newly-made sandbags sit atop the Nippon causeway,so-named after it was financed by Japan, that connectsthe town of Bairiki and Betio on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 37. A local villager wades through a small lagoon that athigh-tide laps at the base of homes near the village ofTangintebu on South Tarawa in the central Pacific islandnation of Kiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 38. A full moon rises behind a young boyas he stands in the doorway of astore called the Sunrise Storelocated in the village of Ambolocated on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 39. A sign misspelling the wordChinese hangs above arestaurant in the village of Ambolocated on South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 26,2013.REUTERS/David Gray
  • 40. A boy stands atop an old World WarII gun used by the Japanese locatednear the village of Betio on SouthTarawa in the central Pacific islandnation of Kiribati May 26,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 41. The huts built by Binata Pinata and herhusband Kaibakia can be seen above the tidalmark on Bikeman Islet, located off SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 42. A boat floats on the lagoon near Bikeman Islet,located off South Tarawa in the central Pacificisland nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 43. Storm clouds can be seen above the small huts andtower on Bikeman Islet, located off South Tarawa inthe central Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 25,2013.REUTERS/David Gray
  • 44. Shifting sands can be seen as Kaibakia Pinatawalks from his huts to cast his fishing nets onBikeman Islet, located off South Tarawa in thecentral Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 25,2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 45. Binata Pinata scales a fish her husbandKaibakia just caught as she sits just offBikeman Islet, located off South Tarawa inthe central Pacific island nation of KiribatiMay 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 46. Binata Pinata stands atop a rock holding a fish herhusband Kaibakia just caught below her on Bikeman Islet,located off South Tarawa in the central Pacific islandnation of Kiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 47. A storm approaches as Binata Pinata and herhusband Kaibakia walk back to their huts afterfishing on Bikeman Islet, located off SouthTarawa in the central Pacific island nation ofKiribati May 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray
  • 48. Abaiang_top_view
  • 49. An island country (33 islands) of thewest-central Pacific Ocean
  • 50. Blue-water fishing with Kim Anderson, DiveKiribati, Christmas Island, Kiribati
  • 51. Fairy Basslet Fish Dart among Blooms of Lettuce Coralnear the Phoenix Islands, Kiribati, Micronesia. PaulNicklen-National Geographic
  • 52. Fanning Island , they dont have therephones, electricity, gas,…
  • 53. Fanning Island
  • 54. Fanning Island
  • 55. Kiribati-Island
  • 56. Millennium Island, Republic of Kiribati,South Pacific Ocean
  • 57. Kiribati-IslandSources: Internet , Reuters.compps: chieuquetoi,vinhbinh, bachkien

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