300 Click for offerAs detailed in an excellent tale by my colleagues from the United States, Europe and China, over the past year the United States embarked on a global campaign to push its allies to bar Huawei’s 5G build-out. The tensions only deepened this week as an eighth Labour lawmaker quit the party, accusing its leader of infecting it “with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism.”
One-third of the 260 Row New York students come from households earning less than ,000 a year. For most of the participants, the program is free, and almost all of the program’s graduates attend college. Most don’t row past high school. They sleep on neatly made beds in spacious dormitories. They spend their days studying the Quran, drawing pictures, playing soccer or relaxing in a bright parlor furnished with board games.XS M S
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BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYShe lost her serve at love in the fifth game and then won only one point on her serve in the seventh game. There were a few boos from the crowd, and after the first set, Williams sat in her chair on the changeover shaking her head and talking to herself. After she fell behind by 15-30 on her serve in the opening game of the second set, she turned to wait for the ball to be delivered by one of the ballpersons and put her head back and screamed in frustration. Then, just as they were about to start filming, a blizzard hit Paris, and Noé was struck by a mental image of a woman crawling through a field of snow, screaming, panicked, filmed from above, until she collapses. In a blink, Noé’s documentary became A GASPAR NOÉ FILM. But it’s his most mature film, though it’s maybe mature in the same way that serial killers get more effective at carving up their victims.
Rubin Museum of Art“Faith and Empire: Art and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism” is an expeditious survey of how Tibetan, Tangut, Chinese, Mongol and Manchu emperors all bolstered their legitimacy by claiming to be reincarnations of Buddhas, gods or previous emperors. A good way to find your footing in a profusion of complex imagery is to keep your eye on Mahakala, a wrathful deity who reappears throughout the show, most notably in a 19th-century Bhutanese painting that pictures him with a raven’s head and a blood-red consort. But look out, too, for an exquisite 18th-century depiction of the Fifth Dalai Lama descending to earth on a delicate rainbow bridge. Through July 15 at 150 West 17th Street, Manhattan; 212-620-5000, rubinmuseum.org. GOOD RIDDANCE By Elinor Lipman