Below you'll find links to three different galleries of pictures. The first is a big gallery of pictures of all sorts of friends, from near and far. The second is a gallery of groups of people--the definition of a group is that if one is asked how many people are in the picture the answer is most likely "many" instead of say "three" or "four." And the last gallery is one of "artistic" pictures that I took with my digital camera. While I feel free to borrow liberally from other people in the first two galleries, the "artistic" pictures, for better or worse, are all my own.
You'll also now find links to four different gallerys from my recent trip to England over intersession. I went along with Ya'ir Aizenman, Rosa Ng, and Georgios Theophanos, to debate three students from Cambridge University about whether the urban-rural divide in China is the biggest problem hampering China's way forward. So there are pictures from the debate itself, but also our associated trips to London, Oxford, and, of course, Cambridge!