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   Tiananmen Square, 15 Years After Preview Go
Thousands were killed, and one million Hong Kong people spontaneously took to the streets in protest, fearful for what lay ahead as they waited for Britain to return Hong Kong to China in 1997. Bitter memories linger, along with admiration for the students who gave their lives in Beijing.
   The Automotive eZine Preview Go
Car news for motorheads and people who think modern sports cars and supercars are works of beauty.
   Britney Spears Vs. Paris Hilton: Preview Go
Who is the Dumbest Blonde in American History? Also celebrity info on other blondes in Hollywood.


   An Overview of Feminist Artists of the 20th Century Preview Go
Photography by Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson and Victoria Van Dyke. Paintings by Joyce Wieland, Frida Kahlo and Jennifer Linton. Sculptures by Kiki Smith and Judy Chicago.
   Chinese Zodiac Signs Preview Go
According to Chinese legend, the twelve animals quarreled one day as to who was to head the cycle of years. The gods were asked to decide and they held a contest: whoever was to reach the opposite bank of the river would be first, and the rest of the animals would receive their years according to their finish.
   Sea Serpents of Canada Preview Go
Unbeknownst to many Canadians and foreigners, Canada actually has an abundancy of sea-serpent/dragon myths, otherwise known as "Loch Ness Monsters". Like their Scottish relative, these Canadian sea serpents dwell in coastal waters and inland lakes. It is widely believed that if these sea serpents exist, then they are actually dinosaurs that somehow avoided the mass extinctions of the Cretaceous Period.
   Inside the Feminist Preview Go
"Inside the Feminist" is a photography series that gives people an inside look of what a feminist can be like. Society has many stereotypes of what a feminist can be. Many or all of these stereotypes are false. Some people actually think it is a bad word and others believe feminists are the greatest freedom fighters of all time. What is your definition?
   The Wonderful And Frightening World Of Antoine Wiertz Preview Go
Antoine Joseph Wiertz (1806-1865) certainly divides opinion. The art dictionaries and encylopedias that bother to mention him in their brief entries variously describe his work as banal, melodramatic, morbid, mystical, ambitious.
   Conflicting Messages of a Media Monster Preview Go
Our culture is filled with mixed messages. While many women's advertisements are portraying excessively skinny models, a number of advertisements display appealing, junk foods. Flipping on the TV, you will see virtually flawless, very thin (sometimes emaciated), actresses on your favorite sitcom.
   Canadian Mercenaries in Iraq Preview Go
Canadian troops could soon be reinforcing American troops behind the lines in Iraq, and preparing for the new war against Iran. American President George W. Bush and newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper are currently brokering a deal that will have Canadian troops overseas in Iraq (and possibly Iran too), possibly only weeks or months from now.






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