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Water passing from fragile life into skyWater passing from fragile life into sky by Abigail George
10 November 2019
Water threaded us together for a brief moment in time. In the swimming pool, at my uncle's house. I thought it would always be like this. I loved you like a beautiful child, (Add a comment)
Walls in the Head: Ostalgia and the Berlin Wall Three Decades LaterWalls in the Head: Ostalgia and the Berlin Wall Three Decades Later by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
10 November 2019
Walls have always served a dual purpose: they keep people in, and others out. The mentality of the wall is one of imprisonment and exclusion. Three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall... (Add a comment)
Walk & talk 926Walk & talk 926 by Thanos Kalamidas
10 November 2019
Contemporary talk, walk and talk! (Add a comment)
Fastnet RockFastnet Rock by The Ovi Team
10 November 2019
November 10th 1847; the passenger ship Stephen Whitney is wrecked in thick fog off the southern coast of Ireland, killing 92 of the 110 on board. The disaster results in the construction the Fastnet Rock lighthouse. (Add a comment)
Velimir Khlebnikov: The Futurian and World CitizenVelimir Khlebnikov: The Futurian and World Citizen by Rene Wadlow
09 November 2019
Velimir Khlebnikov (1895 -1922) whose birth anniversary we mark on 9 November was a shooting star of Russian culture in the years just prior to the start of the First World War. He was part of a small creative circle of poets... (Add a comment)
SustainSustain by Jan Sand
09 November 2019
Anyone who has lived a while, Accumulated times that should not have been, Suffers, not from misdirections, not from what was, But from what was not, but Never could have been. (Add a comment)
Economic advice to China, Japan and KoreaEconomic advice to China, Japan and Korea by Joseph Gatt
09 November 2019
Let me shoot straight at what China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan's economic woes are. Small industry is the hidden champions. But, unfortunately, the university system teaches students that they only have... (Add a comment)
Violence Against Health Professionals a Significant Public Health ChallengeViolence Against Health Professionals a Significant Public Health Challenge by Ovi Magazine Guest
09 November 2019
A rising tide of violence against physicians and health professionals is being reported to the World Medical Association. (Add a comment)
KristallnachtKristallnacht by The Ovi Team
09 November 2019
November 9th 1938; on this day in an event that would foreshadow the Holocaust, German Nazis launch a campaign of terror against Jewish people and their homes and businesses in Germany and Austria. (Add a comment)
The Malay Search for 'Dignity' - Looking for self-esteem in all the wrong placesThe Malay Search for 'Dignity' - Looking for self-esteem in all the wrong places by Murray Hunter
08 November 2019
In early October, four of Malaysia's public universities organized a weekend conclave called a "Malay Dignity Congress" calling attention to perceived levels of inequality for ethnic Malays, once again... (Add a comment)
StarvingStarving by Bohdan Yuri
08 November 2019
Flowing silk saris Surround painted faces, Baubles and bangles Still hang from the past. (Add a comment)
Ending the Israeli political deadlockEnding the Israeli political deadlock by Joseph Gatt
08 November 2019
A letter to all Israeli citizens from an Israeli citizen. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #155Berserk Alert! #155 by Tony Zuvela
08 November 2019
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Louvre opensLouvre opens by The Ovi Team
08 November 2019
November 8th 1793; after more than two centuries as a royal palace, the Louvre is opened as a public museum in Paris by the French revolutionary government. Today, the Louvre's collection is one of the richest... (Add a comment)
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