July August 2017 Zhang Mi Issue

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July August 2017 Zhang Mi Issue

This issue covers a great deal of subject matter. We begin with Zhang Mi (Mimi), a Chinese superstar, residing part time in British Columbia. She is an extraordinarily beautiful woman who has achieved fame and fortune as a rock star, fashion model and savvy business woman. We are pleased to feature her and look forward to following her continuing career as a pop star in future editions.
Anabella Corro is publishing her biography on her adventures in the music industry. Her story is intriguing because it reveals her experiences as being the muse of a famous rock and roll star, whom she accompanied to his gigs, meeting others of equal fame in the industry, and her travels around America and Europe. In some ways it is a love story, during a period of youth and innocence.
New Mexico offers opportunities for artists to paint the great colourful open spaces of the West. William Haskell is an unusual talent with great sense of what that means. As an artist he takes the observer there, into the essence of the present day West, as well bringing back reminders of the past.
Helena Wierzbicki from Buenos Aires, Argentina, paints her subjects with verve and pizzaz. The colours are amazing, in how they bring a lusty sensuality to the women she paints. In her interview with Hank Leis she describes the passion she has for her work.
Gordon Hogg, Ph.D. provides more insights into politics from his extensive experience in the British Columbia legislature. Andreas C. Chrysafis describes the political events in Cyprus, the reasons for them, and the potential for the resumption of greater conflict.
Britany Snider interviews the artist Jeanette Jarville; again this year we have photos from the Vancouver Web Fest, there is of course the usual Rant and much, much, more.



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