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    Thailand Yanks the Economist; A Pattern Language Paid Member

    The Economist is yanked from Thai newsstands for running a story critical of the monarchy. Can we build a beautiful world? Christopher Alexander, author of the groundreaking A Pattern Language, thinks so. More »
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    Dalai Lama Manga Paid Member

    Thanks to the incredibly talented and prolific Frank Olinsky for sending over this cool link -- the Dalai Lama, plus Aung San Suu Kyi and other luminaries, in manga! More »
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    Asian Contemporary Art Fair New York Paid Member

    Thursday afternoon, Tricycle caught a press-preview glimpse of this weekend’s Asian Contemporary Art Fair New York. Located on Manhattan’s Pier 92, the event features over 80 galleries from 15 countries, this year including artists from the Middle East and Central Asia. We were particularly taken by Ran Hwang’s expansive, glittering pin-and-button wall installations. Be on the lookout for her work in upcoming issues. Some of Hwang’s installations can be seen here. Another of our favorites was the exhibition of the Tibetan Bridge Foundation, an educational nonprofit working to build a community center in a village in Eastern Tibet. More »
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    Gary Snyder in the New Yorker Paid Member

    A profile by Dana Goodyear and poetry. There's a blogpost about the profile, which isn't online. More »
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    Buddha Chick Paid Member

    This illustration is by Liz Whelan and comes our way thanks to Frank Olinsky, our founding art director. The artist describes Buddha Chick as "one of those people who decides to become a Buddhist because she thinks it's cool." Well, we think Liz and her illustration are cool. Click image to embiggen it. More »
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    Bhutanese art visits the U.S. Paid Member

    With pretty pictures. More »