New Zealand cartoonist Dylan Horrocks was living the dream, but it wasn’t his dream. Writing for one of the biggest comic publishers in the world in 2000, for iconic characters such as Batman, he lost his faith in storytelling and along with it, his artistic voice
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Trinity Roots frontman opens venue
Hollywood bows to China censors
Bieber’s bosses unimpressed
Syria: In Search of the Rape Victims Among the Refugees
Everybody, it seemed, had heard the stories, and could relay the same horrific details about Syrian soldiers allegedly raping women and girls with cruel impunity. There were ugly accounts, told by many refugees from the northern Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughour, some of whom had crossed into nearby Turkey, and by others who remained in a strip of Syrian territory hugging the Turkish border
Can Hollywood Afford to Make Films China Doesn’t Like?
Deadly Clashes as Thai-Cambodian Temple Tensions Reignite
Cambodian and Thai troops squared-off for the fourth consecutive day on Monday, the latest in a series of deadly clashes over small but symbolically valued sections of territory along the Southeast Asian countries’ shared border. The flashpoints are two ancient temples known in Cambodia as Ta Krabey and Ta Moan, which lie 160 kilometers west of Preah Vihear, a cliff-top temple that is the focal point of the wider border dispute
Invisible Wounds: Mental Health and the Military
Obama Wins the 2009 Nobel Prize for Effort
‘Sea turtles’ powering China’s Internet growth
“China is not on the Internet, it’s basically an intranet. Everything is banned by the Great Firewall,” says Sherman So, co-author of “Red Wired: China’s Internet Revolution.” With 338 million Internet users in June 2009, according to the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), China is no longer a niche market of the online industry.