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ACLU Sues NSA Over Surveillance Organization seeks to force government to stop collecting data Washington The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging the constitutionality of the U.S. government’s surveillance program that collects from U.S. phone companies the call records of tens of millions of Americans. It is the first substantive lawsuit following reports last week detailing two sweeping surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency under laws authorized by Congress after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. The ACLU suit challenges the legality of the spy agency’s collection of customer “metadata.” The lawsuit is asking the court to force the government to end the program and purge any records it has collected. The program collects such information, used by intelligence analysts to detect patterns and personal connections, on every phone call made or received by U.S. customers of major American phone compa-

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On Tuesday, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., initially said the National Security Agency uses pattern analysis of millions of phone calls from the U.S., even if the numbers have no known connection to terrorism. Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper has said that there are strict limits to prevent intruding on people’s privacy, and senior officials quickly denied Graham’s description. Graham later said he misspoke. (AP)

In a bid to tamp down criticism of its surveillance programs, the Obama administration declassified details Tuesday that credited its PRISM Internet spying program with intercepting a key email that unraveled a 2009 terror plot by Najibullah Zazi to bomb New York subways. However, government officials left out one important detail: The email that disrupted the plan could easily have been intercepted without PRISM. (AP)

nies. The once-secret program was acknowledged last week by Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, who is named in the suit. The suit was filed hours after Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, accused Clapper of failing to give “straight answers” about the scope of the NSA’s surveillance programs during a hearing in March. In that open hearing, Wyden asked Clapper if the NSA “collect[s] any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans.” Clapper responded, “No sir.” In addition to the phone records, The Washington Post reported on a surveillance program known as PRISM, which allows the government to collect video, photos, emails, documents and connection logs for the users of the nation’s nine leading Internet companies. The lawsuit will bring the surveillance programs into federal court, setting up a challenge for President Barack Obama, who pledged during his 2008 presidential campaign to bring more transparency to national security policy. ELLEN NAK ASHIMA AND SCOTT WILSON ( THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Immigration Bill Passes Early Procedural Hurdle The Senate pushed contentious immigration legislation over an early procedural hurdle with deceptive ease Tuesday as President Barack Obama insisted the “moment is now” to give 11 million immigrants in the United States illegally a chance at citizenship. The bill requires a 60-vote majority, which Republicans say is hardly assured. (AP) WASHINGTON

Hepatitis A Outbreak Sickens 87 in 8 States The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday that an outbreak of hepatitis A linked to a frozen berry mix sold at Costco has grown to 87 people with illnesses in Arizona, California Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Washington. Townsend Farms of Fairview, Ore., last week recalled its frozen Organic Antioxidant Blend. (AP) WASHINGTON

Wildlife Agency: List All Chimps as Endangered The Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday called for protection of all chimpanzees as endangered, an action that could affect use of the apes in medical research. The agency said the proposal would also require a special permit to sell them. A final decision is expected next year. (AP)

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Suicide Bomber Kills 17 Near Afghan High Court A Taliban suicide bomber struck outside Afghanistan’s Supreme Court on Tuesday, killing 17 people in the deadliest attack in Kabul in over a year and a half. It was also the second consecutive day of attacks in the Afghan capital, undermining the ability of Afghan forces to keep security without NATO forces. (AP) DAMASCUS, SYRIA

Blasts Kill 14 in Capital Twin suicide bombers targeted a police station in the center of Damascus on Tuesday, killing 14 people as regime forces pressed ahead with an offensive on rebel strongholds elsewhere. The rush hour blasts demonstrated the ability of rebels to hit President Bashar Assad’s regime despite setbacks. (AP) MOSCOW

Al-Qaeda’s Expanding Arsenal Evidence hints at a missile threat to commercial planes Timbuktu, Mali The photocopies of the manual lay in heaps on the floor, in stacks that scaled one wall, like Xeroxed, stapled handouts for a class. Except that the students in this case were al-Qaeda fighters in Mali. And the manual was a detailed guide on how to use a weapon that particularly concerns the U.S.: A surface-to-air missile capable of taking down a commercial airplane. The 26-page document, recovered by the Associated Press in a building that had been occupied by

al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in Timbuktu, strongly suggests the group possesses the SA-7 surfaceto-air missile, known to the Pentagon as the Grail, experts say. And it confirms the cell is training its fighters to use these weapons, also called man-portable air-defense systems, or MANPADS, which likely came from the depots of ex-Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi. “Why else bother to write the guide if you don’t have the weapons?” said Atlantic Council analyst Peter Pham. The United States was so worried about this particular weapon ending up in the hands of terrorists that the State Department set up a task force to track and destroy it as far back as 2006. The manual adds to evidence

Meanwhile ... U.S. intelligence agents sabotaged a prominent al-Qaeda online magazine last month in an apparent attempt to sow confusion among the group’s followers, according to officials. The operation succeeded, at least temporarily, in thwarting publication of the latest issue of Inspire, the English-language magazine distributed by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. The sabotaged version was quickly removed from the online forum that hosted it, analysts said. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

found by French forces in Mali this year, including the discovery of the SA-7’s battery pack and launch tube.

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A bill that bans giving youths information about homosexuality gained approval Tuesday in Russia’s lower house of parliament, 436-0, with one abstention — even as more than two dozen protesters were attacked and detained. The bill still needs to pass the upper house and be signed by President Vladimir Putin. (AP)

The knowledge that the terrorists have the weapon has already changed the way the French are carrying out their five-monthold offensive in Mali — including using more fighter jets rather than helicopters, to fly above its range. The SA-7 is an older model, meaning most military planes are now protected against it. But that’s not the case for commercial planes, and the threat is greatest to civilian aviation. RUKMINI CALLIMACHI (AP)

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RIOT POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS Tuesday during confrontations with protesters in Istanbul’s Taksim Square. The violence renewed as defiant protesters swarmed back in by the thousands, in the latest sign that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government has run out of patience after 12 days of unrest in Turkey’s largest city and beyond.

The Koreas’ first high-level talks in years have been scrapped because of a stalemate over who will lead each delegation, South Korea said Tuesday, a day before they were to begin. The cancellation is a blow to tentative hopes that the rivals were about to improve ties following years of rising hostility. North Korea said it wasn’t sending its officials to Seoul for the twoday meeting because of the South’s change, South Korea said. The South had wanted a minister-level meeting between the top officials on inter-Korean affairs, but Pyongyang wouldn’t commit to that. The last such meeting between the two nations occurred in 2007. (AP)

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The Sky’s the Limit: The number of commercial aircraft in operation globally will double by 2032, with the bulk of some 35,000 new planes going to Asia, a Boeing executive predicted Tuesday ahead of an air show in Paris. Rising oil prices are forcing carriers to focus on efficiency, and that means smaller planes that burn less fuel, Randy Tinseth said. The commercial fleet today stands at 20,310 aircraft. It is forecast to grow to 41,240 by 2032. (AP)


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A 78-year-old Canadian woman dubbed the “Black Widow” was sentenced Tuesday to 3½ years in prison for drugging her newlywed husband. The sentence for Melissa Ann Shepard, who pleaded guilty Monday to administering a noxious substance and failing to provide the necessities of life, will be reduced because of her time in pretrial custody. Shepard was charged last year after Fred Weeks, 76, fell ill while the couple was on a honeymoon. An agreed statement of facts

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Theater to be named for media mogul at new history museum Washington Philanthropist and media mogul Oprah Winfrey is donating $12 million to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, officials

announced Tuesday. Combined with the $1 million she gave in 2007, it is the museum’s largest donation, and Winfrey’s name will go on a 350-seat theater in recognition. The chairwoman and chief executive of the Oprah Winfrey Network has been a member of the museum’s advisory council since 2004. “By investing in this museum,

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Police: Thief Stole $10K of Copper Upper Marlboro, Md. For a thief, stealing copper is rarely a way to a six-figure income. Unless, that is, you find the mother lode, which is what Prince George’s County Police say a Suitland, Md., man did. Once a week, often late on a Thursday or Friday, Kevin Andrew Price, 50, would drive his pickup behind a Pepco facility in Upper Marlboro, Md., scale a fence and return with hundreds of pounds of copper wire, county police say. He’d drive away with a truckload worth the equivalent of a hefty

week’s pay, and come back the following payday for more. What’s more, police say, rarely would anyone at Pepco notice. Price, of the 4800 block of Davis Avenue, was arrested Friday and charged with multiple counts of breaking and entering and theft. Pepco only reported two thefts at the facilit y at 8500 Pepco Place, county police said. But they believe Price burglarized the facility seven or eight times. They have estimated his known haul in May at 2,500 pounds, worth approximately $10,000. A ARON C. DAVIS (THE WASHINGTON POST )

The District’s state superintendent of education, Hosanna Mahaley Jones, is resigning to help her husband recover from a massive heart attack, Mayor Vincent Gray announced Tuesday. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education, or OSSE, is responsible for citywide functions that affect both traditional and charter schools. Gray named Emily Durso, assistant superintendent for p o s t- s e c o n d a r y e du c a t i o n , to lead on a n interim basis. EMMA BROWN (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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Can’t decide which show to watch? No big deal. With online streaming and DVRs and an array of viewing devices at our fingertips, the dilemma now becomes how to stop watching shows once you’re hooked.

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When “Game of Thrones” star Peter Dinklage swung by “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart knew where to start his interview about the HBO mega-hit. “People are so obsessed with this program,” Stewart said. “I have people who work here, in this office, who disappear for days, on ‘Game of Thrones’ jags. And they are, they just come back with that, sort of, can’t wait —” “Nerd glaze,” Dinklage cut in. “Yes!” said Stewart. “You just coined something, sir.” Ah, nerd glaze. It’s not something you get when you watch television. It’s something you get when

you binge. But why binge at all? Is programming so excellent that it’s literally irresistible? Are humans hardwired to binge? There’s a sociological explanation for why we binge-watch: Overindulging in entertainment is as American as McDonald’s apple pie. We’ve never met fries we couldn’t super size. We’ve demanded six “Fast and Furious” movies. Moderation is for Canadians. There’s also a scientific answer: Shows can be addictive. Whenever you engage in fun activities — eating, drinking, having sex — your brain releases dopa-

mine, the neurotransmitter that makes you feel good. Every drug of abuse also directly or indirectly causes a release of dopamine, which is why (until they kill you) drugs make you feel good, too. You also have a forebrain, which allows for thought, evaluation and the prediction of consequences. Whether you’re deciding to watch “just one more” episode of “Breaking Bad” or you’re throwing back “just one more” tequila shot, a similar sequence is playing out in that particular part of the brain. According to Richard Rosenthal, chairman of psychiatry at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospi-

“Don’t feel obligated to watch it all at once. It’s a comedy! … Comedy takes a lot out of you.” — MITCHELL HURW ITZ, CREATOR OF “ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT,” RECENTLY TOLD NEW YORK MAGAZINE THAT HE THINKS IT’S BEST IF PEOPLE DON’T BINGE-WATCH THE NEW SEASON, WHICH PREMIERED LAST MONTH ON NETFLIX. HIS CONCERN: YOU GET TIRED, THE JOKES LOSE THEIR FUNNY. BINGEING RESULTS IN DIMINISHING RETURNS. (TWP)

tal Center in New York, we have “momentary lapses in judgment . . . where we suspend that executive function and give ourselves permission to luxuriate in the TV show.” In television, as with other rewarding stimuli, “access makes a difference,” he said. That explains how binge-watching has grown alongside t he availabilit y of streaming services, and why the new Netf lix model, “post play” — wherein the next episode of a series starts unless you hit “pause” — is so effective: It eliminates a barrier to entry. “They’re taking advantage of human nature,” said Rosenthal. “It’s good in one way, and it’s a bit scary in others.” The question isn’t even why people view television this way, but why it took us so long to get here. Television is behind the curve when it comes to ceding control to the consumer. We used to

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The amount of people who say they watch TV whenever they feel like it and will watch multiple episodes back to back, a 2013 Harris Interactive study found. And nearly 80 percent of U.S. adults with Internet access watch TV through subscription on-demand services (like Netflix or Hulu), through cable on demand or through a timeshifting device like a DVR. (T WP)

watch MTV for hours hoping for a music video; now we look it up on YouTube. We used to listen to the radio all day to hear a new song; now we just stream it on Spotify. Soon enough, the idea of waiting a week for the next TV episode could seem as anachronistic as waiting for news to arrive by telegram. “Every new technology that comes in creates a moral panic,” said Pamela Rutledge, director of the Media Psychology Research Center. “There is this baseline that the way we used to do it is ‘the right way,’ and the way we do it now is ‘the wrong way.’ ” JESSICA GOLDSTEIN (THE WASHINGTON POST)


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All-Pro Fullback Leach Released by Ravens

Hockey fans who endured another lockout are in for a treat that will cap a sprint of a season. The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins are set to compete for the Stanley Cup in the NHL’s first final featuring Original Six teams since 1979. There have been seven champions in the salary-cap era, and the team that hoists the Cup this month will become the league’s only two-time winner of the new era. Here’s a look at four things to watch when the puck drops tonight in Chicago for Game 1. LARRY LAGE (AP)

Vo n t a L e a c h h a s been released by the Baltimore Ravens, who failed to agree on a restructured contract with the All-Pro Leach fullback. Leach was an integral part of a running game that helped the Ravens become champions last season. Paving the way for standout halfback Ray Rice, Leach made the Pro Bowl in each of his two seasons with Baltimore. (AP) NFL

The Indianapolis Colts have agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent Ahmad Bradshaw. The former New York Giants star and unrestricted free agent visited the Colts last week and the deal was announced Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed. Bradshaw, 27, gives the Colts depth in the backfield and he could challenge Donald Brown, Vick Ballard and Delone Carter for the starting role. (AP) WNBA

Fever to Visit White House President Barack Obama will welcome the defending WNBA champion Indiana Fever to the White House on Friday to celebrate their 2012 title. Following the event, the Fever will lead a basketball clinic on the South Lawn with local schoolchildren. (AP)

TV Lineup MLB (8 P.M., ESPN) The Indians entered Tuesday’s game on an eightgame skid. Cleveland sends Ubaldo Jimenez to the mound to face the Rangers’ powerful lineup. NATIONALS (8:40 P.M., MASN) Washington’s struggling offense will face Rockies left-hander Jorge De La Rosa (7-3, 3.38 ERA) in Colorado.

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Chicago has some of the fastest forwards and defensemen on the planet. Boston, though, is the toughest team in hockey. Something’s got to give. Blackhawks star Patrick Kane had a hat trick in his last game. But if the catquick Kane runs into Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara, he’s in trouble. The 6-foot-9, 255-pound Chara is nearly a foot taller and more than 75 pounds heavier than Kane.

The Pipes 2 Between

No one wins a Stanley Cup without a great goaltender — or at least one who is playing great during the playoffs. Chicago’s Corey Crawford has an NHL-low 1.74 goals-against average this postseason, just ahead of Boston’s Tuukka Rask’s 1.75 GAA. Rask leads the league with a .943 save percentage, while Crawford has turned away .935 percent of the shots that make it to him.

Stanley Cup Finals Schedule All games start at 8 p.m. Game 1 Today at Chicago, NBC Game 2 Sat. at Chicago, NBCSN Game 3 Mon. at Boston, NBCSN Game 4 June 19 at Boston, NBC Game 5* June 22 at Chicago, NBC Game 6* June 24 at Boston, NBC Game 7* June 26 at Chicago, NBC * IF NECESSARY

Stars 3 Shining

Boston’s David Krejci has been simply sensational, leading the league with nine goals and 21 points this postseason. He is a versatile scorer who can slap a shot into the net, flick a wrist shot in the blink of an eye or hack at a loose puck in front of the net. Jonathan Toews has to pick up the pace for the Blackhawks to win it all again. Chicago’s captain has only one goal this postseason — ranking 12th on the team.

Counts 4 Coaching

Joel Quenneville and Claude Julien won’t play a shift, but their choices will make for a game within the game each night. Quenneville will get to make the last change when the NHL’s topseeded Blackhawks are at home for games 1 and 2 and, if necessary, 5 and 7. Quenneville can keep Kane and Toews away from Chara and Dennis Seidenberg when they’re on the ice for at least the start of shifts.


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American University and the Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington are collaborating on a treatment study for hair pulling in adults. Study participation involves 12 sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy and assessments in Silver Spring, MD.

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Tight end Fred Davis signed a one-year, $2.5 million deal in the offseason to stay with the Washington Redskins.

A Tight Position Battle Davis, Paulsen, Paul and Reed make up deep, talented group Redskins As the Redskins began their threeday minicamp Tuesday, it was apparent the tight end battle will be highly competitive this summer. The team has plenty of options in the post-Chris Cooley era. Fred Davis and Logan Paulsen are the incumbents, with Niles Paul providing an intriguing option and rookie Jordan Reed a potential star-in-the-making. During minicamp, only Paulsen and Paul are on the field, with Davis and Reed working their way back from injuries. “Training camp will be an opportunity for people to establish themselves,” said Paulsen, who caught 25 passes for 308 yards in 10 starts last season. “I don’t know if

Meanwhile … Robert Griffin III showed he can now do “explosive sprinting,” then held a news conference that referenced LeBron James, Tim Tebow and “Bridezillas.” Next up for Griffin: working his rehab into his honeymoon. “I’m planning ahead to make sure I do the things I have to do while I’m on that honeymoon,” he said. (AP)

[last season] gives me an advantage, but that experience is invaluable.” For Davis, whose talent has been neutralized at times by injuries or off-the-field issues, returning to Washington on a one-year,

$2.5 million deal gives him another opportunity to put up big numbers in the hopes of getting a longer, big-money contract. Last season, Paul was the odd man out on the receiving depth chart, so when given the opportunity to transform into a tight end, the 6-foot-1, 233-pounder took it and ran. “Last year, I was just an athlete playing tight end, not really knowing what to do,” he said. “This year, I feel like a true tight end. I stayed here all offseason, went over plays and took the steps. It’s showing out here. I’m getting compliments from the coaches, saying I look like a true tight end.” Reed has spent rookie camp, OTAs and minicamp on the sideline with a lower leg ailment. But he has been working exclusively with fellow injured players Davis and Robert Griffin III, establishing an early rapport with the quarterback that could pay dividends down the road. ELLIOT SMITH (FOR E XPRESS)

Back in the Fold: Receiver Donte Stallworth is at Redskins minicamp after recovering from a hot air balloon crash with his girlfriend in March. The balloon crashed into power lines, electrocuting them both and forcing them to be airlifted to a Miami-area hospital. “Literally, my butt was on fire,” Stallworth said. “It felt exactly like when you see people get electrocuted on cartoons.” Stallworth, who played 11 games for Washington in 2011, hopes to make the roster. (E.S.)


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It was when he was working in cinematic special effects that Zou Renti stumbled upon a unique technique to make lifelike models. The 75-year-old’s effigies are so realistic they will have you seeing double, Yan Yiqi reports.

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a d a m e Tussauds is a name familiar to many Chinese. However, few Chinese know that there is another technique to create lifelike sculptures — with results that can look even more real than Madame Tussauds’ wax effigies — or that the technique was developed by a Chinese. Despite Zou Renti developing the technique 21 years ago, and more than 500 museums and galleries around the world exhibiting his 3,000 sculptures, Zou’s name and his achievements are not familiar to people outside the museum industry. Unlike other 75-year-olds who have retired to enjoy a leisurely life, Zou is still working hard. As director of Xi’an Superman Sculpture Institution in Northwest China’s Shaanxi province, Zou is working to let more people know about this new type of sculpting technique. Zou developed his technique, which does not have a specific name yet, in 1992. Some people call it hyper-realistic sculpture because he was inspired by Duane Hanson, a hyper-realistic artist in the United States. Hanson made casts from actual people using fiberglass and vinyl.Zou thought Hanson’s techniques limited the range of models he could choose from and fiberglass didn’t resemble human skin. He used photos rather than actual people as models for his works. The procedure Zou employed is similar to that at Madame Tussauds, but instead of using

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Can you tell which are the humans and which are their silicone effigies? Actors dressed up as the Tang emperor Xuanzong and his concubine Yang Yuhuan stand beside their effigies.

wax, Zou employs silica gel, which is often used in makeup for special effects in movies. To make a silicone effigy, a sculptor makes a model out of plaster based on photos taken from different angles. Silica gel is pasted on top of the plaster model. The silica gel is then painted to make the skin look realistic, with veins and blemishes. Compared with wax, silica gel is softer, more durable and feels more like human skin. Before devoting himself to the world of effigies, Zou had produced movie special effects in Xi’an for more than 30 years. “In many movies, we used silica gel to build fake noses and chins for actors and actresses. And the results turned out perfect,” Zou said. Zou inserted computers into effigies he made and developed

Zou Renti (back) poses with silicone effigies resembling himself and American astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

simulated robots that can move and interact with people. A robot he made to resemble himself was honored in Time magazine’s Best Inventions awards in 2006. “Some robots do cool tricks. Others just look cool… Its most impressive feature is its skin, which is made of silica gel and looks so lifelike that some people couldn’t tell the real Zou from his double,” Time wrote. Fei Qinsheng, former director

of the design department at Shanghai Museum, said Zou’s highly simulated robots had opened doors for museums. “With such robots, we can demonstrate things more vividly to visitors, especially for some historical scenes,” he said. When introducing his inventions and describing people’s reactions toward them, Zou looks like a proud father. “I like to see people amazed by what we have shown them. When those moments come, I feel that everything is worth doing,” he said. But he frowned when the current situation of his company and its future was mentioned. “There are too many copycats,” he said. Although Zou has applied for patents for his techniques, he could not keep them secret

from his employees. Many staff members left Zou’s company and started their own after learning his techniques. According to Zou, there are more than 200 companies selling silica-gel effigies. “My company’s quality is incomparable of course, but they (the competitors) have lower prices, which puts me in a dilemma,” he said. Zou positions himself as an artist rather than a businessman, and he is very picky about clients. This pickiness has put the company in crisis. “Last year, the tax we paid exceeded our profits. I have a passion for art and innovation, but I’m not goot at doing business,” he admitted. The price of one silica-gel effigy from Zou’s company is 200,000 yuan ($33,000). It takes six to eight workers three to four months to finish. Apart from the company’s survival, Zou said he was also worried about the future of his craft. “When the market is filled with silica-gel effigies of poor quality, I am worried that people will neglect the original beauty of this art form. And maybe 20 to 30 years later, they will abandon it because it is not amazing at all,” he said. Zou said his dream was to build a museum for silica-gel effigies so that more people could enjoy this new type of art. “Madame Tussuads has exhibition centers of more than 10,000 square meters, but my works are scattered among museums around the world. It is difficult for the public to really get to know it,” he said.

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Michael Meyer delves into life in the hutong, a world that is disappearing as the capital urbanizes.

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Michael Meyer’s 2008 book was recently published in Chinese.

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I want to see history, but I also want to experience the daily lifestyles.” MICHAEL MEYER US AUTHOR

OneofMichaelMeyer’searliest impressions of Beijing was from Marco Polo’s description in the 13th century: “The whole interior of the city is laid out in squares like a chessboard with such masterly precision that no description can do justice to it.” For the US author, his journey of discovery started from the heart — and the old parts — of Beijing, which is roughly the size of Manhattan. As Meyer wrote in a magazine article titled Beijing Forever, “narrow lanes called hutong still stand, lined by gray-walled and single-story courtyard homes whose tiled roofs need weeding”. For centuries the rigid grid of hutong characterized Beijing’s culture, he notes, with locals saying turn north, south, east and west instead of left and right. So he was sad to find that fewer than one-eighth of Polo’s “chessboard” remains. In 1997, Meyer moved to Beijing after living for two years in Sichuan province, where he worked as a Peace Corps volunteer. Since then, he has watched as many hutong met the wrecking ball. Cultural heritage protection subsequently became his focus as a journalist. Seeing that the staunchest hutong protectors are mostly tourists and historians, he realized that the only way to find out whether the hutong deserves protection was to live there. “I want to see history, but I also want to experience the daily lifestyles,” he said. He spent two years living in a dull and dilapidated hutong, deprived of elements of modern comforts such as a private toilet and bathroom. But the result is illuminating: a thoughtprovoking book called The Last Days of Old Beijing, offering detailed accounts of people’s lives in the hutong. It all happened in Yangmeizhu Xiejie. There Meyer attained

a job as an English teacher, a respectedrolethatsoonenabled him to become a trusted part of the community. But it still took almost one year before his neighbors agreed to share their untold life stories. Meyer said when he was “a snobbish journalist”, he barely kept any contact with his interviewees after pushing them for quotes he needed for a story. But this time he tried to be friends with people, politely and patiently waiting till they offered to share. Their stories finally started to emerge, conjuring up a world that Meyer found was not risky and disorderly as imagined by outsiders. Instead, it was a world that was“safe and full of vitality”. In this world, he had to get along with an enthusiastic old widow, his neighbor and landlady. He was also given a rare opportunity by the neighborhood’s garbage man to visit a dumping ground. He once even went to a remote village in Shaanxi province, hoping to catch up with the life of Lao Liu, a noodleshop owner who returned home after a demolition plan led him to bankruptcy. Meyer’s 2008 book is now being introduced in a Chinese version. The author’s pursuit of purely human-interest stories, critics say, offers a fresh approach to writing city chronicles. In a recent publicdialogue with Meyer,Liu Suli,owner of Beijing’s well-known independent Wansheng Bookstore and a veteran observer of China’s publishing market, said he had read many Beijing chronicles, none of which, however, was like Meyer’s. “The point of being a foreigner in this situation is not really a different perspective, but the different training he received in writing,” Liu said. “If you don’t write well about people, you can hardly reveal the nature of a city.”

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Yangmeizhu Xiejie, where Michael Meyer lived for two years, underwent a rennovation project in 2012. The hutong near Qianmen has a history of more than 600 years.

Liu said the value of Meyer’s writing was that, though he obviously had a stance, he didn’t criticize. Instead, he was like a camera, faithfully recording what he saw and heard. Shabby as it was, Meyer said, the hutong was a place where some lifestyles, such as keeping pigeons, could hardly be practiced elsewhere, where outsiders blended into locals and migrants turned into

citizens, and where locals built up a social network and found themselves a comfortable role. It’s undeniable that the conditions were poor, and that’s why many, especially young people, wanted to move out. The ideal situation, Meyer said, was to let those who wanted to stay stay and give them sanitation and safety. At any rate, he said, people should have a choice and a say.

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Ernie Els is one of a few dozen golfers in the 156-player U.S. Open field to have previously played rounds at Merion Golf Club.

Hunt for Next Major Els looks for another title after last year’s British Open victory U.S. Open Give it up, Ernie. No, not the belly putter. At least, not yet. Ernie Els has a claret jug he must return with his reign as British Open champion coming to an end. “It was very great to have it in my possession again,â€? Els said, smiling. Perhaps another U.S. Open Trophy would serve as an adequate replacement. Els is on the hunt for a third U.S. Open championship, and the Big Easy wants to ďŹ nd it at Merion Golf Club, in suburban Philadelphia, this weekend. Merion is hosting the U.S. Open for the ďŹ rst time since 1981, and Els is one of

Meanwhile ‌ Phil Mickelson always knew he would be home in San Diego the day before the U.S. Open at Merion. His daughter, Amanda, is graduating from the eighth grade today and is a featured speaker. Mickelson left early due to rain at Merion, giving him a few days of practice in pristine weather. He will fly back after the ceremony, in time for him to tee off at 7:11 a.m. at Merion on Thursday. (AP)

the few dozen or so in the 156-player ďŹ eld to have played rounds there. He played corporate outings in 2004 and 2005, and recalled the tough holes, blind tee shots — and the rain. Lots of rain. Not much changed when Els returned this week. Rain soaked the

course and ooded bunkers over the past three days. Els scrapped a practice session Saturday and Monday’s was cut short because of the downpour that dampened and softened the 6,996-yard course, the shortest U.S. Open in more than a decade. “I think it’s not going to bare its teeth the way it should,â€? Els said. “I know guys were hoping for a ďŹ rm test.â€? With softer conditions, Els may as well keep the driver in the bag. Golfers should be able to hit the fairway with a 3-wood or even an iron on some of the par-4s. Once they reach the green, it could be time for Els to anchor up the belly putter. The 43-year-old has only about three more years of majors left where he can still use the belly putter in its current form. A proposed rule change would prohibit golfers at all levels from anchoring a club against their bodies while making a stroke. DAN GELSTON (AP)

Shake On It: That handshake between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia might be their only meeting this week at the U.S. Open. Woods, left, says they greeted each other on the practice range at Merion on Monday but that there was no time for an apology. Garcia’s manager says the Spaniard tried Monday to arrange a private meeting, but their schedules clashed. Carlos Rodriguez says Garcia left Woods a note in his locker. (AP)

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Despairing Divorce Jane Lynch, married since 2010, is splitting up with her wife 31

SUMMER TV PREVIEW

Shows of the Season

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Summer’s here, and the time is right for … remaining absolutely still, as always. There’s plenty of television to choose from, but that whole notion of summer being the most provocative and experimental TV season is losing its luster. Looking at this summer’s lineup is a little like arriving at your favorite vacation spot and noticing that the shave-ice shack burned down over the winter. (No “Louie,” which is on hiatus.) In any event, there’s still a good deal of summer programming — new and old — that looks intriguing. HANK STUEVER (THE WASHINGTON POST)

For more of Rudi’s comedy musings, follow him on Twitter: @rudigreenberg.

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The more I think about it, the more I can’t believe “This Is the End” actually exists. This is a movie where the world ends, and we get to see how Seth Rogen, James Franco and Jonah Hill — all playing warped versions of themselves — would survive. It’s as if Columbia Pictures gave first-time co-directors Rogen and Evan Goldberg millions and said, “Go crazy!” The premise is really just an excuse for Rogen, left, and By Rudi Co. — Danny McBride, Greenberg Craig Robinson and Jay Baruchel, right — to destroy Los Angeles and make raunchy jokes. The film, out today, has a spiritual forebear in Neil Patrick Harris’ careerreviving cameo in “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.” But instead of playing against type, “This Is the End” plays with type. Rogen smokes a lot of weed and acts like a child. Franco is a sexually ambiguous, art-obsessed nerd. McBride parties hard and is generally an awful human being. “This Is the End” easily could have been a Funny or Die video. Thankfully, it wasn’t. It’s silly, it’s stupid, and I couldn’t stop laughing at it. They turned an inside joke into a feature-length film, and we’re all in on it.

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“The Bridge” July 10, FX This new show is loosely based on a Swedish-Danish crime series about two detectives of different nationalities pursuing a serial killer on either side of a shared border. This one takes place along the Mexican border and stars Demian Bichir, left, and Diane Kruger, right.

“Below Deck” July 1, Bravo A Bravo show that’s not about housewives or real estate agents? Believe it. This one follows the crew of a luxury yacht, above, working to meet their high-end clients’ needs while screaming and crying in the galley. Everyone looks miserable in the process, even the rich.

“Ray Donovan” June 30, Showtime This new drama from “Southland” creator Ann Biderman stars Liev Schreiber as a tough-guy fixer/ cleanup/PR miracle man in Hollywood who must deal with his menacing father (Jon Voight), who’s just been released from prison. The pilot episode is taut and flawless. You’ll want more.

“Blood and Oil” June 18, Discovery Discovery turn its knack for chronicling the lives of gritty get-richers to the oil boom in the lower 48. Here we meet the members of the argumentative Cutter clan in Ohio, who are trying to stave off bigger oil companies and keep their family-run operation in the black.

“Clear History” Aug. 10, HBO A well-disguised Larry David, right, stars in Greg Mottola’s comedy film about an embittered startup guy who mistakenly walks away from a fortune. Warning: We hear that the film is almost entirely improvised. Co-stars Jon Hamm, left, Bill Hader, Kate Hudson and more.

“Breaking Bad” Aug. 11, AMC Well, Walter, how does your story end? It feels like the whole world finally caught up on the back episodes of the best TV show around, so we’re ready to do this, yo.

“Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” July 17, TLC Reality TV’s easiest target returns for another delightful season of your snooty predictions of the cultural apocalypse. Which can only mean that I must once more play contrarian and root for the Honey Boo Boo tribe. Because I redneck-ognize their savvy.

“Orange Is the New Black” July 11, Netflix Jenji Kohan, the skewed genius behind Showtime’s hit “Weeds,” streams her entire new series, about a Brooklyn socialite (Taylor Schilling) who must do time in a federal women’s prison. Based on Piper Kerman’s memoir. “Futurama” June 19, Comedy Central I’m as guilty as you for being a fair-weather friend to “Futurama,” which has had a great and resilient run. Let’s enjoy one last bender with Bender, et al., before the animated series rockets away for good.


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Crowning Achievement In ‘The Audience,’ Helen Mirren revives an Oscar-winning role: Queen Elizabeth II

On Monday, Sony unveiled the Playstation 4 gaming console for the first time.

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Console Wars Heat Up JOHAN PERSSON

Helen Mirren is a star of stage and screen — and now stage on-screen. Mirren’s award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II in “The Audience” will be beamed Thursday from London’s Gielgud Theatre to hundreds of movie theaters around the world in a live broadcast (see box for local screenings, which will occur this summer). Live theater broadcasts have become a surprise hit since Britain’s National Theatre launched its NT Live program four years ago with — fittingly enough — a production of “Phedre” starring Mirren. “The Audience” is the latest step in Mirren’s glittering regal procession as the monarch. She won an Academy Award for playing Elizabeth in the 2006 movie “The Queen,” and gained an Olivier stage trophy in April for her reprise in boxoffice hit “The Audience.” But she had to be persuaded to wear the crown a second time. “I really didn’t want to play the role again,” Mirren says. “I was very resistant.”

Helen Mirren portrays Queen Elizabeth II again in the play “The Audience,”which will be broadcast to movie theaters this week and later this summer.

Mirren was won over by the quality of the creative team, which includes director Stephen Daldry and playwright Peter Morgan, who also wrote “The Queen.” “It was just an amazing team, and I thought, ‘If you walk away from this, you’re an idiot,’ ” she says. “The Audience” imagines the private weekly meetings between the monarch and Britain’s prime ministers — 12 in all — over her six-decade reign. Mirren gives a delicately nuanced performance,

Video Games Sony broke out the heavy ammunition Monday against Microsoft, announcing PlayStation 4 will cost $399, cheaper than Xbox One. The price announcement wasn’t

Local Screenings While “The Audience” will be simulcast live Thursday, locally, it will screen this summer. Visit Ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk for more details.

June 27 & 30: Angelika Mosaic in Fairfax. June 29 & 30: Landmark’s Bethesda Row Cinema in Bethesda. July 22-27: Shakespeare Theatre’s Sidney Harman Hall in D.C.

both regal and vulnerable, in which the queen grows from a tentative 20-something to wise octogenarian while retaining a core of solitude. Mirren felt there was more to explore about the queen, an intensely private and uniquely public figure. “She’s at the same time completely known and completely unknowable,” Mirren says. “So there’s this extraordinary dichotomy of a very familiar person who is a complete mystery at the same time.” JILL L AWLESS (AP)

Today’s Top Stops JOAN MARCUS

$399

The amount Sony’s Playstation 4 will cost — $100 less than Xbox One.

the only shot fired at Microsoft during the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Sony says the company would not try to restrict used game sales, nor will PS4 require a persistent online connection. Microsoft has been vague about whether or not Xbox One will play used games, or require the Internet to function. (AP)

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It’s Showtime Half the songs in “Anything Goes” have gone on to become standards (“You’re the Top,” “I Get a Kick Out of You,” etc.), but the stage show isn’t just an excuse for pretty tunes. It’s also an excuse for some truly impressive tap-dancing sequences and crazy cruise-ship high jinks. Broadway vet Rachel York stars in this national tour. Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW; through July 7, $25$115; 202-467-4600, Kennedycenter.org. (Foggy Bottom)

Feel Like a Better Parent in Contrast Jeanette Walls got famous as the author of “The Glass Castle,” an exquisite (and horrifying) memoir about her childhood. Now she’s finished a novel, “The Silver Star,” which is also about children who are abandoned — in this case, two teenage sisters left on their own together by a mother who goes off to find herself. Sixth and I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW; Wed., 7 p.m., $12; 202-408-3100, Sixthandi.org. (Gallery Place)

Listen Up Who is our generation’s Joan Baez? It’s still Joan Baez. As a lifelong musician and activist, Baez has used her celebrity (and gorgeous voice) to bring attention to causes including poverty, human rights and anti-war efforts. She started as a ’60s folkie, but has the staying power of a true legend. Wolf Trap, Filene Center, 1551 Trap Road, Vienna; Wed., 8 p.m., $28-$42; 703-255-1868, Wolftrap.org.


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Consumer Watchdogs ‘Nightline’ spinoff ‘The Lookout’ plays to a broad audience Newsmagazines ABC

Yes, Cynthia McFadden,

of ABC’s “Nightline” are still at work at ABC News, and this summer, even non-insomniacs can see them. The “Nightline” team is behind “The Lookout,” a prime-time newsmagazine that has gotten off to a slow start. (The first episode attracted 4.1 million viewers, lower than the average “60 Minutes” airing on CBS.) But ABC executives see “The Lookout” as a chance for the journalists to try something new and as an olive branch for evicting “Nightline” from a time slot it held for three decades. (“Nightline” moved to 12:37 a.m. in January to make room for “Jimmy Kimmel Live’s” move to 11:35 p.m.)

ABC

10:00 Bill Weir and Terry Moran

Bill Weir, left, and Cynthia McFadden, right, co-host newsmagazine “The Lookout.”

“The Lookout” emphasizes consumer issues with a mix of investigative and trend stories, striving for a hip look that breaks down walls with viewers. Weir went to Switzerland to hunt an infomercial king that the U.S. is seeking to pay back customers he misled about a weight-loss product. In a McFadden report, a house with a mold problem was rigged with hidden cameras and

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contractors were brought in to estimate repair costs. Jeanmarie Condon, executive producer for both “Nightline” and “The Lookout,” says she believes consumer-oriented programming is an underserved area in network news. “Nobody doesn’t care about getting good value for their money — rich, poor, young and old,” Condon says. DAVID BAUDER (AP)

Royal Pains Season 5 begins with Hank (Mark Feuerstein, right) ready to return to work on the first weekend of summer after spending the winter recuperating from brain surgery. Callum Blue will recur this season as Milos, Boris’ cousin. Million Dollar Listing New York Over drinks, Fredrik bonds with Luis over their love of real estate and offers him a co-list in his current development, a listing Luis once coveted. He soon has reason to regret that decision when he realizes what a loose cannon Luis is.

Spike Guys Choice 2013 The biggest boys night out is back in Hollywood for this annual tribute to manliness in sports, music, TV and movies. Look for Ben Affleck to nab the Guy of the Year trophy.

Necessary Roughness Season 3’s premiere picks up six months after the New York Hawks’ playoff run. A powerful sports and entertainment management agency run by the seductive Connor McClane (recurring guest star John Stamos, left) makes Dani an offer to join the firm, but at a cost. (TRIBUNE MEDIA)

COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A POINT GREY/MANDATE PICTURES PRODUCTION “THISEXECUTIVEIS THE END” SUPERVISIONMUSICBY JONATHAN KARP MUSICBY HENRY JACKMAN PRODUCERSCO- JAY BARUCHEL MATTHEW LEONETTI JR. PRODUCERS NATHAN KAHANE NICOLE BROWN JASON STONE BARBARA A. HALL ARIEL SHAFFIR KYLE HUNTER SCREEN STORY AND PRODUCED SCREENPLAY BY SETH ROGEN & EVAN GOLDBERG BY SETH ROGEN EVAN GOLDBERG JAMES WEAVER DIRECTED BY SETH ROGEN & EVAN GOLDBERG

STARTS TODAY This Bird Can Sing “The Colbert Report” (11:30 p.m., Comedy Central) expands to an hour tonight as Stephen Colbert goes down a long and winding road with Paul McCartney, above. Sir Paul is expected to play songs from his current tour and the “Wings Over America” album reissue. In a press release, Colbert quipped: “I think this McCartney kid’s got something special and I’m gonna put him on the map!” (E XPRESS)

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“As of this morning, Amazon sales of George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 had jumped 6,021 percent in just 24 hours, to No. 213 on Amazon’s bestseller list.” — ANNALISA QUINN AT NPR.ORG/ BLOGS/THETWO-WAY reports Tuesday on recent book sale spikes likely due to many finding an “uncomfortable resonance between Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’ state” and the recent revelation of the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs.

“Humanity is so much better when we all get together and sing R. Kelly.” — COMMENTER TORNADOSLACKS ON GAWKER.COM after hearing about

passengers aboard a Phoenixbound Allegiant Air flight singing R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” after spending hours Saturday on a hot Las Vegas tarmac with no air-conditioning, food or water. The airline is offering vouchers worth $50 to $100 for the passengers.

“Pickles are “Power is out at 9:30 club, moments my way of letting my before Animal stomach Collective concert. know to And so began expect a the great DC hipster sandwich.” riots of 2013. — ALEX FITZPATRICK, So much PBR U.S. and world was shed.” reporter at Mashable, — @MLSIST reacts after massive rain storms across the D.C. region knocked out power at the music venue Monday night, prompting the show to be canceled moments before they started their set. The 9:30 Club said tickets would either be refunded or the show would be rescheduled.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your judgment about a certain personal issue may be warped due to another’s inability to tell you what you really need to hear. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You may react in an unusual way to someone else’s unqualified approval of what you’ve been doing lately. What’s really going on?

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You may have to make a split-second decision today that affects those around you. You may not be in the best bargaining position.

ARIES (March 21-April 19) You’ll seem to know just what to do to solve all the little things that arise today, but a big problem may prove quite stubborn.

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The outcome today doesn’t depend entirely on your own decision-making progress, but you will surely get the ball rolling.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You’re facing certain things today that will require you to reflect clearly and honestly. Be sure to talk to everyone in your life.

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Here’s Hoping Bonnaroo Will Offer Healing Powers Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane has a blood clot on his brain that will require surgery. The Grammywinning folk-rock group postponed concerts Tuesday through Thursday. They say there are no plans to postpone or cancel any other appearances. Mumford & Sons has a headlining gig Saturday at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. (AP)

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Zoe Kravitz and Penn Badgley are no longer dating. “It’s all good” between the actors, and “it just wasn’t working,” anonymous sources told Us Weekly. Kravitz is the daughter of singer Lenny Kravitz. The couple, who lived together in New York City, first started seeing each other in mid2011. The source blamed their busy careers for the breakup. (EXPRESS)

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