Off topic: China's one-child policy, Americans and driving, $250K for a song and fountain show, cameras, movies times two

“It was no secret that [my aunt] had been sold for two bushels of rice” — an essay about China’s one-child policy, which the government may be thinking of dropping. Exploring why younger Americans are cutting back on driving. The opposite of cutting back: In Las Vegas, high-rollers can pay $250,000 to have the Fountains at Bellagio play a song of their choice. (via The Morning News) Pictured: 100 “landmark” cameras. (via Swiss Miss) And where have you seen that before? Twin Movies, a collection of similar movies released by different studios around the same time. (via Coudal)

 

Photo of the Fountains at Bellagio from Associated Press archives

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