I don't own any of these pics and I think most of them, from what I could see, are credit to AFP. No infringement is intended. But Desmond Tutu is surprised.
Today, October 7, is World Smile Day. Here's a bit about the day: As is well known by now throughout the world Harvey Ball, a commercial artist from Worcester, Massachusetts created the smiley face in 1963. That image went on to become the most recognizable symbol of good will and good cheer on the planet. […]
I spent the weekend visiting friends in my hometown of Bath. As well as being a beautiful city, Bath is home to some of the most creative buskers I've seen in the UK. Take this chap, for example.
Surprising, perhaps, but when the chips are down, many Indonesians have tended to show nostalgia for the New Order in recent years, particularly in 2008 when Suharto died. There are a great number of people in Indonesia who feel that their lives were better under Suharto than now. This isn't to suggest that SBY is […]
The Nation is often criticized. I regularly lay into some of the WTFs that grace the paper's FUBAR-laden website, but I don't think anything has ever made me question The Nation's integrity like this editorial cartoon from yesterday. Addendum: Nation's editor Tulsathit Taptim has apologised on Twitter for the cartoon: "Our sincere apology 4 today's […]