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The China Threat

I’m a webmaster and programmer by trade. Part of my job duties involve administration of the company’s web server. As such, I do my absolute best to block… 1,797 more words


"Straw Dogs" Hoffman, 1971 version. Film Recommendation.

A Personal View

It was a major surprise to me that this film was banned, but not “Clockwork Orange” which came out about the same time. 429 more words

Gang Stalking

The Disappearing Village

This intriguing painting entitled ‘Village on the Moor’ is rumoured to depict the “disappearing village” upon the Black Meadow which is situated off the Whiteway Heads Road (North York Moors). 154 more words

Twenty-Five Years Later, Tiananmen Square No Less Taboo for China’s Censors

By Zoe Li, CNN

April 16, 2014 — Updated 1237 GMT (2037 HKT)


  • Hu Yaobang’s death sparked student demonstrations in 1989, ending in tragedy…
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Freedom of the press in Lebanon

Lebanon was once considered the ‘Paris of the Middle East; with its French colonial past and historically serving as a link between the world of the Mediterranean and the East. 221 more words

Blogging from Shanghai


I have now been living and working in Shanghai for just over two weeks. And I love it. I feel like I’ve been here for months and months and that life back in Glasgow is another lifetime ago entirely. 337 more words


Do No Harm

I want to share the story of my lovely fellow artist, studio mate, super mama and friend, Emily Schwank of Raincliffs Photography.

Em works tirelessly to support her family – shooting families, weddings, and fine art images – as professional photographer. 503 more words