Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Aoife O’Malley with ‘Jil’l (above) and members *top( of the Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) protesting outside the Dept of Agriculture. calling on the Agriculture Minister Michael Creed to end any further exports of Irish greyhounds to China.
Neil Houlihan writes:
Article in the Economist about how China is trying to take over soccer has a picture of the chairman kick balls in Croke Park!
I’m not sure if this is an off-side or a square ball?
The markets have had quite a scare,
About China, a big country where,
Things are going wrong,
From Beijing to Hong Kong,
A problem they’re willing to share.
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….