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Sites – July 2005

July, 2005
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National Geographic Kids
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, National Geographic are good at what they do, even if it’s rather on the obvious side. And with experts warning that there may not be much of an inheritance left for the kiddies if we keep abusing the Earth as we do, time has come to make sure [...]

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Games – July 2005

July, 2005
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Destroy All Humans
With the tagline "one giant step ON mankind", this game obviously continues the belligerent alien theme that clearly dominates this summer. In this game, you play a commando sent to Earth as a vanguard for the main invasion force. Gameplay involves third person shooter action turning the us against them idea on [...]

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Books – July 2005

July, 2005
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: Book Six
More predictable than a summertime Bangkok weather report, the ubiquitous JK Rowling is set to supply her immense cadres of loyal readers another tome in the seemingly infinite cycle of bestseller-novel / smash hit blockbuster movie.
The Potter series seems to have turned the world crazy. This summer, Harry’s [...]

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Movies – July 2005

July, 2005
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From the crew that gave audiences Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Shark Tale and Antz, now comes an awakening of sorts for those who love zoos and animal watching. Playing four spoiled and pampered denizens of a Central Park zoological viewing facility, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Ben Stiller and Jada Pinkett-Smith voice the transition [...]

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Bright Eyes — Could Your Child Need Glasses?

July, 2005
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Parents of school-aged children may have good reason to worry about their children’s eyesight. According to statistics released during China’s national Love Eyes Day on June 6, 6 out of every 10 Chinese students are shortsighted.

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With A Little Bit of Hope

July, 2005
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Who knew one photograph could completely change a young girl’s life, but such is the case for Su Mingjuan, the now famous face known throughout China as “Big Eyes.”

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