Dr. Dirk Rohrbach was born in Hanau near Frankfurt/Germany in 1968. He studied medicine in Frankfurt and got his doctorate degree in Halle (Saale) and Wittenberg. He started his journalistic career in Aschaffenburg/Germany at a local radio station. After his medical degree he changed to Antenne Bayern to Munich/Bavaria and went double-bind for years, moderating in the morning and working in an orthopedic doctors office in the afternoons. Continue reading Dirk Rohrbach→
My taste for Ancient Egypt dates back some thirty years and was fed by numerous trips there, which allowed me to accumulate a large collection of photographs and make many friends. Despite a very involved job, I was able to study hieroglyphs for several years at the Kheops Institute (Paris), in addition to attending many educational courses and conferences.
My main areas of interest are in the religious and funerary aspects of this brilliant civilisation, which naturally led me to the interesting study of tombs and mastabas. Curiously, though, the pyramids do not interest me.
In these scientific times, people are pretty sceptical about monsters. But Nessie, the Lock Ness monster, has always had a lot of credibility. First, tourists and the locals kept on seeing something strange surging to the surface in Loch Ness. Second, there was that famous fuzzy photo showing its long neck rising out of the waters of Loch Ness. Everybody thought that the photo was genuine, because it was taken by a Pillar of the Community, the London medical doctor and ex-military man – Colonel Robert Kenneth Wilson. Continue reading Robert Kenneth Wilson→
Garve has been travelling to nature tribes all over the world, bringing them health treatment as dentist with his mobile equipment and he was also documenting his experiences with photos and films. So he is author of several books and well-lknown in TV shows and in other media. Continue reading Roland Garve→
Gilberto Lacchia is professional TranslatorDoc and PhotoDoc
“I really do feel that genuine translation of text requires understanding of the text, and understanding requires having lived in the world and dealt with the physical world and is not just a question of manipulating words.”
I have received your forwarded message from my hospital’s webmaster. I had been a member of the orchestra in Taipei Medical College (University now) but I have graduated from TMC for about 10 years. Currently, I still played table tennis and played digital cameras but no performance in Clarinet. Hoping that these can be helpful!
Karl Heinz Kienle is CyclingDoc, CollectorDoc, DivingDoc, JazzDoc, JogDoc, PhotoDoc, WriterDoc
Health includes a constant alternation of physical, mental and social activities and relaxation!
Convinced by this sentence You need more than one hobby! So it´s no wonder, that I practice some more, each at it´s time:
Biking and Sauna for the body,
Dixieband, website, reading and collecting for the mind,
Social responsibility and being “One-of-the-Crowd”.
Apart from medicine Michelle has studied Philosophy, Psychology and Theater sciences. At the Vienna Art School she studied painting, sculpturing and ceramics (2nd prize for ceramics at the 10-year-jubilee-festival of the school) Further she went to the actors school of Prof. Krauss studying acting and direction.
Last not least she did medicine at Vienna University with doctorate degree in 1984. Continue reading Michelle Haintz→
Gerd Herold is ArtDoc, PhotoDoc, FilmDoc, TravelDoc
In his leisure time he works on the annual updates of his textbook. In his holiday he enjoys traveling to East Prussia and the Curonian Spit. Together with his wife, he likes to photograph, film, and paint to capture the beauty of the landscape in pictures and words. Continue reading Gerd Herold→