— Steve Ruffley Inter (@steveruffley) July 8, 2015
No Photoshopping. No cloning. Just photographs.
The People’s Republic.
Masters of the whole militarized, precision formation thing, in fairness.
For your consideration.
Tadhg O’Sullivan writes:
I have a new film – The Great Wall – premiering on Monday at 6pm as part of JDIFF. Based on a Kafka short story it was shot across eleven countries over the last year and looks at borders, exclusion and power in Europe. Using Kafka’s mysterious ‘The Building of the Great Wall of China’ as narration, the film is a timely and very cinematic look at how the continent protects its own interests….
Scenes of daily life at the dog shelter of Weinan, Shaanxi Province in China where, for the last six years, five elderly women have been feeding and caring for more than 1,300 stray dogs they’ve saved from the pound (and certain death).
Every morning at 4am, the women, including 60-year-old founder Wang Yanfan, prepare 400 kg of dog food, funded by donations, bless ’em.
The Chinese New Year committee came out to Temple Bar and the Millenium Bridge to launch the Chinese New Year Festival 2015, ‘The year of the Sheep’ with sheeps and sheep sculptures. The Festival will take place in Dublin from February 8-14 For Festival information seelink below or follow or Twitter (@dcnyf) for regular updates.
From top: Dublin Lord Mayor Christy Burke and Luke Wang (age 7), along with Amy Yin Zhang; Luke and Amy with friend; Luke; from left: Fiona Hughes, Niamh O’Hare and Aine Roddy; Unidentified dog owner.
(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)
Just Bertie Ahern being greeted by China’s Premier Li Keqiang at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, China.
Thanks James Lloyd
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is introduced as Christie Burke, former prime minister Dublin Ireand at the Guizhou Big Data Industry Convention at the Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin this morning.
Via Graeme McQueen