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    Panchen Lama Too Young for Politics, Burmese and Sri Lankan News Paid Member

    China has apparently changed its mind and now says Beijing's Panchen Lama is too young for politics. The Dalai Lama's choice for Panchen Lama remains hidden somewhere, probably under arrest. having undergone years of "re-education." U.N> special envoy Ibrahim Gambari heads back to Burma. Will he diplomatically express his dissatisfaction with Burma's "roadmap to democracy?" India, the world's largest democracy, is tightening ties with Burma. They are neighbors after all. Can India use its considerable leverage to ameliorate the situation? Time will tell, but first the money has to start flowing. Imagine your next-door neighbor beats up his wife. But he sells you lots of things you want very cheaply and lets you park your RV in his driveway. More »
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    Frank Olinsky's blog Paid Member

    Tricycle contributing editor Frank Olinsky has had a hand in many cool designs over the years including the original Tricycle logo and the timeless MTV logo, and now he has his own blog. The excellent picture here is taken from there and is called "Dogs Waiting for Their Humans." Don't you love it? You can find it supersized on Frank's blog, alongside many other cool pictures, logos, and designs. More »
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    More on Shinjo Ito in New York Paid Member

    Some more on the Shinjo Ito exhibition now in New York (the start of a world tour, apparently.) Several people I have spoken to have expressed surprise that the art is so recent. Here's the New York Times and artdaily.org. [Photo: The "Great Parnirvana" sculpture by Shinjo Ito, depicting Buddha on his deathbed, is prepared for a show of the artist's works, which opens Thursday in Chelsea. Michael Nagle for The New York Times] More »
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    Shinjo Ito in New York Paid Member

    If you're going to be in New York City, check out The Vision and Art of Shinjo Ito at the Milk Gallery starting February 21st. More about it here. More »