NYAWNational Youth Arts Wales
NYAWNew York Art World (website)
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By clearly defining roles and responsibilities, role ambiguity is reduced and the related processes and cooperation behavior becomes predictable (Gong, Shenkar, Luo and Nyaw 2001).
Forms available from www.nyaw.co.uk or NYAW, 245 Western Avenue, Cardiff, CF5 2YX.
This September, NYAW have asked us back and we look forward to working with our new friends in Wales and bringing these young people into the community of jazz musicians so that they can be a part of the future of this great music.
25-74 in Jingji Zhonghua (Economic China), edited by Nyaw Mee-kau, Li Si-ming and Kao Ch'ang.
This observation is supported by Nyaw and Ng (1994) who found that Hong Kong managers are more tolerant of unethical behavior towards customers and suppliers than Canadian managers.
Ethical issues of business students in Hong Kong have recently been an important topic for research (Cheung & Scherling, 1998; Nyaw & Ng, 1994; Tse & Au, 1997).
On the estuary side of the peninsula is Wei Di, discussed below, and on the seaward side, caves and deep-sea coves such as Nyaw Byin, with its remains of the fortress of Kwe reputedly dating to the Bagan period (Dawei Kyaw Min 1968, p.
NYAW manages all six national youth ensembles - the National Youth Brass Band of Wales, National Youth Choir of Wales, National Youth Dance Wales, National Youth Orchestra of Wales, National Youth Theatre of Wales and National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales.
"It will take no fewer than seven coaches to ferry the 300 members of NYAW 2011 to 12 locations to present 18 public performances - all in a space of six weeks," explains National Youth Arts Wales principal manager, Pauline Crossley.