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The Border Fence: Walls Torn Down and a Sense of Infinity


In spite of there being 20,000 U.S. border guards, the most at any time in U.S. history, the number of crossings remains unchanged. Read More »

Book Reivew: No Blue Sky: An American Traveler’s Glimpse of China by Glenda R. Burkett

Experience such wonders as the Three Gorges Dam, considered China's greatest engineering feat since the construction of the Great Wall. Read More »

The Great Wall of China – Yesterday, Today and in the Future

The Great Wall: protection for the Chinese people over the centuries, now a tourist attraction. Read More »

An Idiot Abroad—The Best Show Out There

Ricky Gervais Hits Another Home Run With This Travelogue Spoof Read More »