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Virtual Court in The Hague

For those of us who once lived in the former Yugoslavia, The Hague is the symbol for international tribunals.  Our bloodstained nation is just a myth nowadays, but this court, a congelation of nations, still exists in a building in the Netherlands, processing our historical war crimes.

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Hillary laughs with Carly Fiorina strangler

Coloring books are really popular again! I was amazed at the crowd selecting books to color when shopping at Barnes & Noble.

Coloring books are now part of the propaganda war of Hillary Clinton. 157 more words


Lego, Bicycles and Prison Cells: Why children should see Ai Weiwei

© Dave Parry

Ai Weiwei is arguably the world’s most famous living artist but he is also the most outspoken. The Chinese dissident’s art is all about speaking out. 838 more words

Family Travel

Miso Zo: Art of the Umbrella Movement (Part 1)

Miso Zo’s vibrant paintings capture the contrasting moods of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Umbrella Movement. In the most striking painting, policemen, their faces distorted with rage, blast a lone protester with pepper spray. 298 more words


Art and its political use i guess. (but it works for creativity too)

War poetry
Ai WeiWei (political dissident)
to commemorate LKY – that artist Ong Yi Teck drew a portrait of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, former founder of the leading political party in Singapore, who passed on in March 2015. 550 more words


Ai Weiwei's River Crabs

Three thousand porcelain river crabs make up an installation by Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. The exhibit is called “He Xie” which means… 25 more words