After passing 35 days i a completely different country and society it always takes a little while to get things back in line mentally. After first paying bills and checking all 312 backlogged e-mails -a stunning task in itself-, then restocking the fridge, unpacking and re-organising the house a bit, yesterday we finally got our mind around to working on The China Report website. Editing started with the removal of an Image of a Chinese Tea Set used on the DongCheng-Chaoyang District of Beijing Map Page, part of The Beijing Report. This magnificient Image we found in the Public Domain when the internet was still entirely open (i.e. years ago) has now been claimed by 3D Computer Artist Niklas Andersson. Needless to say we have removed it from our website now that its copyright has been claimed. Our apologies for this old mistake, now hopefully corrected. If you enjoyed this Image – please have a Look at Niklas Anderssons Showcase website at NiklasIndustries.com.
Further editing involved the removal of 11 pages from the Site-Masterslog Area, years 2003 and 2004. These pages, fun to browse but not so much used and memory gobbling, have been transferred to this WebLog and are now redundant. Find them again at this/the China Report MSN webspace.