Central & South Asia
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Urban Artists Exposing Their Art in Cuenca, Ecuador
“This art is fun to look at. While it’s outsider art and folk art, it’s urban, rather than tractors and chickens”...
Ai Weiwei Allowed First Visit in 43 Days, Where is the Outrage?
On Sunday, the internationally renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei sat down with his wife Lu Qing at an unknown location...
Ja A. Jahannes: Piracy Off Somalia - An Analysis with Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar
Dr. Mohamed Mukhtar is a distinguished academician, author and scholar. He is Professor...
Corrupt Student Loan Programs Stain Higher Education
Young people coming out of college today have no chance in the United States. Young...
Fashion Foot Forward, Design Student Motivates With a Big Heart
For centuries, fashion has been an outlet for creative vanity. Today, connoisseurs...
Cheers to Napa: A Guide to Winery Hopping
Welcome to one of the world's premier location for wine lovers. Napa Valley , a 35 miles...
Was Michael Jackson Chemically Castrated?
The King of Pop, Michael Jackson was allegedly chemically castrated through the use of hormone...
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Ximena Herrera, A Stroke of Luck
An Ecuadorian native, Ximena is a PR and advertisement major in Spain but when she came...
Francesca Biggio, Fascinated by The Idea of Being a Journalist
"Being a Toonarian has made me learn and allows me to achieve my own goals - making...
Erin Chavez, Following A Writers Dream
Toonari post is a good platform; one that could grow into something new and innovative....
Tim Pawlenty Makes it Official
Another Republican candidate has officially stepped into the ring. Former Governor...
Rand or Ron Paul for President?
Previously it has been thought that Rep. Ron Paul from Texas would likely mount another...
Ron Paul, 45th President of The United States?
No major candidate has publicly announced his or her decision to seek the GOP presidential...
2011 Festival De Cannes Feature Film Awards
64th Cannes Film Festival ended with an exquisite award night on 22nd of May, Sunday. This...
Bob Dylan, Still the Music of Protest?
Bob Dylan, the 1960s musical legend and icon of the anti-war movement in the era of the Vietnam...
A Gripping Film at Cannes: Terrence Malick's The Tree...
Terrence Malick’s latest and long awaited film, The Tree of Life, had its premiere...
El Baradei and Amr Moussa, On The Campaign Trail in Egypt!
The excitement is on and we have now officially entered election season in Egypt....
South Africa, No Country For Lesbians
Here is the story of a lady. God, how beautiful she used to be. Wait, what? Why am I using...
Was Ugandan opposition leader denied return?
Early Wednesday, Kizza Besigye, the Ugandan opposition leader who has spearheaded...
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