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Monthly Archives: June 2021
Cee’s inspiring bloggers to post based on a prompt then share the post by linking to her blog or creating a pingback. This week she’s inspiring us to share a photo of something of home. My summer project is to scan … Continue reading
This 7 minute (or so) video shows a Telegraph reporter going to shrines and ruins of mosques in China’s Xinjiang province where the Uyghurs live. I was troubled to see a Uyghur man who reported her and tried to get … Continue reading
Here’s a very interesting analysis on Chinese politics today. I was aware of China’s more aggressive stance in diplomacy with the US and Australia, exemplified by the Alaska meeting a few months ago. Here Joshua Phillips points out that with … Continue reading
Water in Nature Each week Cee of Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to share photos showing water in nature, e.g. rivers, springs, lakes, oceans. You get the idea. What will you choose to share? … Continue reading
Pilsen, Chicago, IL To see more murals, click here.
19th Century Australian outlaw Ned Kelly is a folk hero down under and like Jesse James or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid has been the subject of many films. Starring Heath Ledger, Ned Kelly (2003) recounts the life of … Continue reading
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Disappearing Billionaires? https://youtu.be/ykOKnO9R368 I knew that Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, disappeared from public view, but didn’t know he w as not the only business leader to get canceled by President Xi and the CCP.…
My contribution to Debbie Smyth’s photography challenge, One Word Sunday. You can see more by going to Travel with Intent.