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The route taken by Emirates avoids the worst trouble spots in the Middle East. As the sun set, there were strange lights on the aircraft wing.
This restored working monastery in Singapore is well worth a visit.
Shirakawa village's 300 year-old thatched houses are well worth a visit, if you are looking for authentic Japan.
The problems of the US in the Middle East are exacerbated by the lack of Arabic speakers in all levels of government. Perhaps they should look at how Singapore has ensure bilingualism in politics.
This week marks 10 years in Singapore. Here are some reminiscences.
PBS's Frontline provides an interesting glimpse into the way the press fell asleep at the wheel when Bush and friends tried to dupe the world.
The Sprocket was used in a street performance near the Esplanade in Singapore.
A taxi driver uses a trick to make it look like his safety belt is on, when it isn't.
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