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Steven Seagal's daughter, Ayako.
CORRECTION: We have received word that the beauty below is not Ayako Fujitani, but is in fact a beauty named Mary Elizabeth Winstead. We regret the error.
Experiment with stretching the picture width in SquareSpace.
There used to be a Tumblr with stock photos of distraught traders. Wonder if it's still around?
I like the map on Dad's skull.
Caught me taking his picture ...
Angela Merkel is visiting Beijing and traffic was more or less shut down on Chang'an Avenue this afternoon to allow her motorcade to pass. I loved this Beijing cabbie's pose as he waited. He's got it all: the wife beater, the gut, the combover, the omnipresent cigarette ... something timeless about him.
When I did the fall semester of my junior year abroad at the Harbin Institute of Technology 20 years ago, we were all encouraged to buy these big padded coats to survive the winter. The army ones were a dull green and available everywhere, but the navy ones were hard to find and a lovely blue, navy blue?, so all the stylish American exchange students got a blue coat. I was reminded of that when I saw this bum wearing one earlier this week.
Nice bunch of kids, at age nine all of them speak better Chinese than me, alas.
Chinese ingenuity shortening Chima to Chim. Super Heroes to Super Herdes, etc.
Gray concrete blocks as far as the eye can see, all unaffordable to the average person (looking in that direction -- northwest).
One of a number of dramatic photos taken by the Hong Kong-based Society for Community Organisation. We lived in Hong Kong for a couple of years after the handover and I loved living there, but we had a decent-sized apartment.
One of the pleasures of growing up in China is being able to ride rickety contraptions in the park that haven't been reviewed by a group of lawyers.
Every weekday morning I scooter my son to school and then go on to the office. There are several "regulars" we come across during the morning commute. I sometimes meet the gentleman below as we both travel west on Chang'an Avenue. He bikes along erratically and snaps pictures with his cellphone, seemingly at random. I rode ahead a bit and took a picture of him... taking a picture of me. It takes one mental health case to spot another.