momdiggity:

teganfeatsara:

1. The End of Evangelion: 1997

2. Adventure Time: 2014

FUCK DUDE

accioharo:

lol-biscuit:

*goes through the McDonald’s drive-thru in a jaeger*

backfromrlyeh:

Precursors by Keith Thompson

oldsubterranean:

99 years on, Yerevan remembers the Armenian genocide.

tatevikvardanyan:

night at Tsiternakaberd

nevver:

Papercraft, Maud Vantours

Tiny Times 3, the third installment of the Tiny Times series is set to release on 17th Jul. 2014  in mainland China. 

Tiny Times (Chinese: 小时代) is a Chinese romance film series written and directed by Guo Jingming and based on the best-selling novel of the same name also by Guo.

The first two parts of the series received mostly negative reviews from Chinese film critics for its “unconditional indolence,” “materialism,” and “hedonism”, although it was a commercial success. 

socialismartnature:

Happening NOW: 30,000 Chinese workers strike at the world’s largest producer of athletic shoes such as Nike and Adidas over pay, benefits, and the right to choose a union. The strike, China’s largest in decades, has shutdown production for two weeks and caused the company’s stock price to plummet.

Bloomberg News reports:
"Workers have disrupted production in Yue Yuen’s Dongguan factory complex, which employs more than 40,000 people, since April 14 in a dispute over pay, benefits and the right to pick their own union. More than 50 percent of the workers were on strike today, Liu said. China Labour Watch, which estimated the striking workers at about 30,000, said a small number had returned to work, without quantifying it.”

socialismartnature:

Happening NOW: 30,000 Chinese workers strike at the world’s largest producer of athletic shoes such as Nike and Adidas over pay, benefits, and the right to choose a union. The strike, China’s largest in decades, has shutdown production for two weeks and caused the company’s stock price to plummet.

Bloomberg News reports:

"Workers have disrupted production in Yue Yuen’s Dongguan factory complex, which employs more than 40,000 people, since April 14 in a dispute over pay, benefits and the right to pick their own union. More than 50 percent of the workers were on strike today, Liu said. China Labour Watch, which estimated the striking workers at about 30,000, said a small number had returned to work, without quantifying it.”