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Chiu Yuen-wing is a long-time follower of Japanese manga, particularly Naruto, an enduring saga featuring ninjas with superpowers. Like thousands of fans, the 20-year-old student queued up to check out the latest releases presented at Ani-com, the recently ... read more

Dead men tell no tales

WE HAVE, perhaps, watched Errol Flynn buckling his swash once too often, read too many comic-book versions of “Treasure ... concentration of ships in the South China Sea along well-established shipping lanes to Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan. read more

Daily Kos Elections weekly open thread: What races are you interested in?

You must add at least one tag to this diary before publishing it. Add keywords that describe this diary. Separate multiple keywords with commas. A tag is a way to search for this diary. If someone is searching for "Barack Obama," is this a diary they'd be ... read more

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A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview Brandon Marshall did with Denver reporters on Thursday. It was ... read more

Creative gems on display as Tokyo Designers Week goes populist

Another week, another design festival. But does this proliferation of events across Asia spell the death of the creative launch pads they represented a few years ago? If this month's Tokyo Designers Week (TDW) 2013 - once considered the epitome of good ... read more

How our tax take has been royally Scrooged

Presumably he too was headed out of town. Even Scott Morrison, who should have been proudly presiding over his first set of accounts books, was nowhere to be seen, having decided some time prior to escape the oppressive heat of a Canberra summer and head ... read more

Dangerous desert, breached border

However much security has been beefed up on the northern side of the border since the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001, this does not seem to have diminished the tide of would-be ... control objected to a comic-book published by the Mexican ... read more

Hejduk signs on for one more year

Good news for the Avs, their fans and for Milan Hejduk today. The Duke just signed a one-year contract extension with the team, through 2010-11. I’m still waiting to dig out what the contract will be worth. Probably have it on soon. Hejduk is coming off ... read more

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: China vs. Google

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The Dries have it: The past and future of economic reform

Carlton's Society of Modest Members was named after Bert Kelly, the Liberal member for Wakefield between 1958 and 1977, whose quasi-serious, quasi-comic "Modest Member ... and needed an internal bulwark against big spending promises like paid parental ... read more

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