What is racism?
I went for my first degree at a university in South Africa so I pretty much know about racism… between white and black. 243 more words
This is a beautiful example of Mongolian calligraphy. I have no idea what it means, but I’m ok with that. I have a notion that I might either adapt the Mongolian traditional script for Kala, or develop a script that flows vertically and resembles Mongolian, Manchu, Uyghur…I simply love vertical connective scripts.
Tensions between the Han and Xiongnu Empires boil over into full-scale war after decades of humiliation at the hands of the northern horse-lords. When the traditional methods of neutralizing Xiongnu power fails, Emperor Wu must turn to a new generation of strategists to turn the Xiongnu’s own strength against them: cavalry. 63 more words
After our foray into Westport, Chowtown returns to 39th street (3906 Bell Street to be exact), and Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill. For those that don’t know, Genghis (also known as Chingis, Chinngis, or Chinngiz) Khan unified the Mongolian nomadic tribes in the early 12th Century and paved the way for the world’s largest contiguous empire the world has ever seen under his grandson, Kublai, immortalized in Coleridge’s poem, Kubla Khan, penned in 1797. 485 more words