This time I bring you some links to news from The Guardian to talk about next monday.
The Guardian is a British national daily newspaper. Founded in 1821, it was known as The Manchester Guardian until 1959. Throughout its history, it has grown from a local paper to a national paper associated with a complex organisational structure and an international multimedia and web presence. The Guardian is currently edited by Alan Rusbridger. Its sister papers include The Observer (a British Sunday paper) and The Guardian Weekly.
China to loosen one-child policy and abolish labour camps:
NSA monitored calls of 35 world leaders after US official handed over contacts:
Prince Charles at 65: a pensioner waits for the job of his life:
London to get its own domain name in 2014:
Boris Johnson adviser says deaths should not put people off cycling:
Eternal austerity makes complete sense – if you’re rich:
Winston Churchill’s gifts go on display:
Indian swami’s dream inspires hunt for buried gold but yields bricks and bones:
Clive Stafford Smith: My family values:
All hail the mothership: Norman Foster’s $5bn Apple HQ revealed:
One last thing, a piece of wisdom from Mafalda.
Mafalda is a comic strip written and drawn by Argentine cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his pen name Quino. The strip features a 6-year-old girl named Mafalda, who reflects the Latin American middle class and progressive youth, which is concerned about humanity and world peace and rebels against the world bequeathed by their elders. The strip ran from 1964 to 1973 and was very popular in Latin America, Europe, Quebec, and in Asia, leading to two animated cartoon series and a book.