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on October 23,2014

Saturday marked the public "ground blessing" ceremony for the Saint Nicholas National Shrine, the Greek Orthodox Church destroyed on 9/11 by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. 

The Guangzhou Circle.
on October 23,2014

During a literary symposium in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping urged architects, authors, actors, and other artists to produce work with "artistic and moral value."

on October 21,2014

The bright-white structures will feature a curvilinear form, mimicking bones and ligament. 

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