Monthly Archives: February 2013

He turned 540 years today. Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) was a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated the heliocentric model of our universe. Copernicus placed the Sun, rather than the Earth, at the centre of the universe. Image: Chinese cosmology from Mawangdui excavation, Lady Dai’s burial gown, c.168 BC.

The Sun is a Black Bird/Crow. The Moon is a toad.

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Somehow it feels like a more natural ending of the old year and the beginning of the new year. Ouroboros of Cleopatra. The Year of the Snake starts from 10 Feb. 2013 (the Lunar New Year/ Spring Festival of China) and lasts to 30 Jan. 2014. HAPPY YEAR OF THE SNAKE!

Happy NY

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ODD features of Mega million me.

Check out he link & be sure to visit other tabs as well 🙂

http://oddphotopoetry.blogspot.com/2013/01/butterfly-by-julie-oyang.html#!/2013/01/butterfly-by-julie-oyang.html

Don’t be so quick to run, RABBIT, you are not finished with me yet. Here’s the plan.

Go to  Amazon or Barnes & Noble and order your print copy.

Butterfly, a novel by Julie O’Yang is also available in all eBook formats, including iPad, Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, Copia, Gardners, Baker & Taylor, eBookPie

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eSentral, the biggest eBook retailer in Southeast Asia, with stores in Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia, and more countries in the region.

This is me >>>

Julie O’Yang is novelist and visual artist based in The Netherlands.
Born and brought up in China, Julie O’Yang came to Europe in 1990s to study at the University of London. Then she read Japanese Language and Culture at the University of Leiden, Holland, and Tokyo, Japan. Her fiction, short fiction, poetry and articles have appeared in publications worldwide.

She is nominated for 2012 Micro Awards. www.julieoyang.com

Personally I would like to see “Micro” turning into “Mega million”. So see, you are not finished with me yet.

Have a good weekend!

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