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A 20 second exposure of Tokyo City Hall and clouds. The building cost more than $1 billion US. The architect was Kenso Tange.

"Tange's early thinking was influenced by Le Corbusier, as evidenced in his urban philosophy calling for c...

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Early days in my understanding of primary education in China. It gets complex in areas like Xinjiang where there are significant minority issues, such as at this Uigher school.

"The Uyghur (also spelled Uygur, Uighur, Uigur, Uyghur: ئۇ...

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Lights from the city illuminating the Tokyo night time cloud cover, Mori Tower Observation Deck, Roppongi Hills.

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Bright lights, big city - by some reckonings, greater Tokyo's population is 27 million. A large earthquake is considered inevitable.

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The slogans exhort workers to greater glory. 

Two articles about the new, cool Beijing art scene: 
<a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/invoke.cfm?Objectid=56B75341-F07D-41FA-A843D7B120B5D704" rel="nofollow">James...

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A father taking a souvenier photograph of his son, who is leaning against the Herzog &amp; de Meuron-designed Prada store in Tokyo. 

This is a very cool building, in a very trendy neighbourhood, in very hip Tokyo, so it was a little hard to i...

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Town of Kangding, following contours of river

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One of the glories of Nova Scotia is stopping at the LaHave Bakery for coffee and a butter tart before heading out on the ocean to camp on nearby islands, or to drive to Risser's Provincial Park campground. Time stands still for a glorious fe...

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&quot;Glaciers and polar sea ice meet granite mountains in Auyuittuq National Park of Canada. Auyuittuq - an Inuktitut word meaning &quot;land that never melts&quot; - protects 19,089 km  of glacier-scoured terrain. Located in the east...

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The Royal Liver Building
<a href="http://www.mersey-gateway.org/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.1322">www.mersey-gateway.org/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.1322</a>

&quot;The Royal Liver Building is arguably the most famous buildin...

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The Chinese Ministry of Education has a reasonably massive push underway to put computers in schools. A recent and interesting study seems to contra-indicate accepted beliefs about the value of such initiatives. 

An article in the <a href=&quo...

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Heading east through Tiger Leaping Gorge, Yunnan, China

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It had turned unexpectedly cold and seemed to catch everyone unprepared. We were up in the heavily terraced mountainous scrubland of Gansu. For some reason Chinese drivers never use the heaters in vehicles – in this case, our overloaded very wel...

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Array of battle-ready Terracotta Warriors, Xian, China. The fallen fragments of soldiers resulted from pillaging for the real weapons the clay soldiers were holding, and the later collapse of the wooden beam and berm roofs.

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Nomadic herder on the grasslands surrounding Xiahe, Gansu, China

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Taken during a short walk following a dried river bed into the rain forest in beautiful <a href="http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/bc/gwaiihaanas/index_e.asp">Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site</a>.  

I like ...

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I am sure the product mix and food sales at Ikea vary by country, but a unique feature of the Beijing store must be the way people hang out. People sleep on the beds, lounge on sofa's and have informal chats on the chairs. People read, nurse ...

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Taken in a cool cafe in Biarritz, which is on the Atlantic coast in Southwest France. The surf culture seems idigenous, but I can't help feeling its just slightly less hep than the North Shore. Still, whilst they can make a decent coffee on O...

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A China Eastern Airlines flight, the plane hardened by overuse, seat covers patched,  a whole box of dry crackers and a small chocolate wafer as in-flight snack, inbound to a jarring landing at Hong Kong, from Kunming, Yunnan.

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