Ming Dao 明道

Ming Dao


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Lin Chao Zhang 林朝章
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February 26, 1980
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Actor, Singer, Model

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Ming Dao was born February 26, 1980 in the Republic of China, Taiwan. He is most notably recognized in Asia as an actor, singer, and model. He started off his career as a model, modelling for advertising companies and appearing in music videos. He found his first gig as a host in a popular show called The King of Adventure in 2002. From there his career boomed. He received an award for best host at the Taiwan Golden Bell Award in 2002. His other main achievement was his involvement in the drama called "The Prince who turned into a Frog." It was was 2nd highest rated drama in Taiwan at the time and gained notoriety in all of Asia. Currently he is working on a piece called Always Smile where he plays a character called Liang Yu Fang.

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Beauty World 2011 as Ming Chong Yan / Ming Yi (Chinese TV Series)

Knock Knock Loving You 2009 (Taiwanese Dramas)

Ying Ye 3 Jia 1 2008 as Yang Jia Jiang (Taiwanese Dramas)

Angel Lover 2007 (Taiwanese Dramas)

The Magicians of Love 2006 (Taiwanese Dramas)

The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog 2005 (Taiwanese Dramas)

Le Robe De Mariage Des Cieux 2004 (Taiwanese Dramas)

Ming Dao News:

Metal defects can be eliminated by cyclic loading
Space Daily - Oct 30, 2015

The new finding is reported this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, in a paper co-authored by MIT's Ming Dao and Ju Li, Subra Suresh of Carnegie Mellon, Zhiwei Shan of Xi'an Jiaotong University, and others in China and at ...

San Francisco writer/artist Deng Ming-Dao connects the Tao to the Chinese ...
Santa Cruz Sentinel - Jan 30, 2013

This year, the Chinese New Year begins on Feb. 10, less than two weeks from now. San Francisco writer and artist Deng Ming-Dao reminds us that, traditionally, the end of the old year is a very busy time for those who live their lives to the rhythms of ...

Ming Dao gains acceptance into another college
Taipei Times - Aug 27, 2011

Despite allegations of trying to avoid mandatory military service by delaying graduation from university, actor and singer Ming Dao (明道) recently attended the enrollment session held by Chungyu Institute of Technology and was accepted. Ming Dao has ...

Researcher finds novel way to monitor serious blood disorder using a smart phone
EurekAlert (press release) - Sep 22, 2015

VIDEO: Sickle cell disease is a hereditary blood disorder that affects red blood cells, distorting their natural disc shape into a crescent moon or "sickle " shape. view more. Credit: Melanie Gonick/MIT [with footage from Ming Dao]; Proceedings of the ...

England Teams Impress at FISU World 3×3 Championships
Hoopsfix (blog) - Oct 15, 2015

On the Men's side, Northumbria University overcame a slow start in the opening game of the competition to take victory over NDEJJA University from Uganda, a win that proved vital as they fell to UNOESC from Brazil and Ming Dao University from China.

Using sound waves to detect rare cancer cells
MIT News - Apr 6, 2015

Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering; Subra Suresh, president of Carnegie Mellon and, at MIT, the Vannevar Bush Professor Emeritus of Engineering and a former dean of engineering; and Tony ...

Cyclic healing removes defects in metals while maintaining strength
Nanowerk - Oct 20, 2015

... from Xi'an Jiaotong University in China, Ming Dao and Ju Li from MIT, and Evan Ma from Johns Hopkins University, has developed a new technique called cyclic healing that uses repetitive, gentle stretching to eliminate pre-existing defects in metal ...

Talent agent turns to organic farming
Taipei Times - Jun 26, 2015

Former talent agent Sun Te-jung (孫德榮), who represented boy band 5566 and celebrities such as Show Luo (羅志祥), Ming Dao (明道) and Joe Chen (陳喬恩), has given up the bright lights and has spent the past year farming organic fruit and vegetables, ...

Remember Shia LaBeouf's 'Just Do It' Rant? This 3-Year-Old Cutie Does It Way ...
Tech Times - Jun 25, 2015

The video was uploaded by Tingman (Ming Dao Ting) who has been uploading clips of his daughter since she was a baby. Already a YouTube veteran, Olor has her own channel called Questions for Olor, which has been up for the past four months. In each ...

New way to model sickle cell behavior
MIT News - Jan 19, 2015

“You don't know exactly when it's going to happen or how to reliably predict it is coming,” says Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Now, Dao and colleagues, including Subra Suresh ...

Cyclic Deformation Could Eliminate Crystal Defects in Nanoscale Metal Parts
Azom.com - Oct 22, 2015

The co-authors of the paper are Ming Dao and Ju Li of MIT; Subra Suresh of Carnegie Mellon; Zhiwei Shan of Xi'an Jiaotong University; researchers at Johns Hopkins University, and others from China. The National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department ...

Shia LaBeouf's 'just do it' speech spoofed by 3-year-old girl in video
Daily Mail - Jun 24, 2015

YouTube user Tingman (Ming Dao Ting) uploaded a video of his daughter Olor reenacting the speech, delivering every word with perfect diction, repeating exactly what LaBeouf said, only with a little less aggression and a little more charm. Three-year ...

Researchers model Sickle Cell behavior
CMU The Tartan Online - Feb 9, 2015

In support of the device improving diagnostics of sickle cell disease, Ming Dao, part of the research team and principle research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, stated, “Currently there is no reliable method for ...

The Lunar Tao: An Indispensable and Comprehensive Guide by Deng Ming-Dao, the ...
PR Web (press release) - Jan 31, 2013

The Lunar Tao offers a simple and engaging way for beginners and experts alike to practice Taoism by bridging the philosophy of Taoism with the history of Chinese festivals in the realm of the lunar calendar. The new book is beautifully designed and ...

New Approach to Detecting Circulating Tumor Cells in Blood Uses Acoustic Sound ...
DARKDaily.com - Laboratory News - Jan 28, 2015

Sound waves offer a precise way to sort cells without having to expose them to chemicals or damaging forces, noted Ming Dao, Ph.D., MIT Principal Investigator & Director of the Nanomechanics Laboratory and a Principle Research Scientist in the ...

Hepatitis B drug rakes in $87 million
AsiaOne - Mar 4, 2015

In the future, when orally administered hepatitis C drugs are marketed in Taiwan, prices could reach a jaw-dropping NT$1,000 per pill, or NT$2.5 million per treatment cycle, according to analysis by pharmaceutical expert Chen Ming-dao. Turning to more ...

Sorting cells with sound waves
MIT News - Aug 25, 2014

This is a most gentle way to separate cells, and there's no artificial labeling necessary,” says Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering and one of the senior authors of the paper, which appears ...

The Top 10 Ideal Celebrity Husbands in Taiwan By Fan Vote
Chinatopix - Jan 4, 2015

#6: Ming Dao. He may look calm and collected, Ming Dao also has a funny and silly personality as well. #5: Mark Chao. The newly married heartthrob has captivated his audience with his tall, dark and handsome physique. #4: Leehom Wang. Though last year ...

Celebrities suspected of avoiding military service
Taipei Times - Apr 8, 2011

Ming Dao owns three houses in Taipei, with a net worth more than NT$100 million (US$3 million) and recently bought a house in Paris for more than NT$30 million. Ming Dao said on Wednesday he “had not violated the law and am proceeding as regulated” ...

Tilted acoustic tweezers separate cells gently
Phys.Org - Aug 25, 2014

"The tilted-angle standing surface acoustic waves method has the least disturbance or disruption to the living cells being separated compared to other available methods so far," said Ming Dao, principal research scientist, materials science and ...

New report suggests Earth on the brink of a great extinction
PBS NewsHour - Jun 1, 2014

... have self-labeled a Taoist - Christian. So I really appreciate your Taoist view. I suspect you have Tao 365 by Deng Ming - Dao. "Resolve" is my favorite passage . . . I do not fear Death; I welcome my merging with something unknown and profoundly ...

Sound waves separate tumor and blood cells
Medical News Today - Aug 28, 2014

Sound waves offer a way to sort cells without having to expose them to chemicals or damaging forces, as co-senior author of the new study, Dr. Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, explains:.

How the immune system fights off malaria
MIT News - Jan 13, 2014

Chen is one of the senior authors of a paper describing the findings in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, along with Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE ...

Whatever happened to... Scorpio from Gladiators
Express.co.uk - Sep 19, 2014

“Now, I'm running the Chun Ming Dao Martial Arts Association in Epsom, Surrey, with my partner, Neil. We teach people of all ages, among other things, tai chi and kung fu. I'm keeping busy but I will always have fond memories of the years spent on ...

Little league team disqualifications cause an uproar
Taipei Times - May 13, 2014

Li Hsing Elementary School in Greater Taichung is to represent Taiwan at this year's Asia-Pacific regional Little League Baseball (LLB) tournament, replacing Taipei Municipal Ming Dao Elementary School, the Chinese Taipei Baseball Association said ...

Detecting early-stage malarial infection
MIT News - Aug 15, 2013

“It's much more significant,” says corresponding author Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in the Nanomechanics Laboratory. “It's a more holistic approach. By using all of the information we can measure, we can detect the differentiating signals ...

Protein impedes microcirculation of malaria-infected red blood cells
MIT News - Aug 30, 2012

The study — coordinated by MIT's Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE); Monica Diez Silva, a research scientist in DMSE; and YongKeun Park, an assistant professor of physics at KAIST ...



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