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Iranian underground indie rockers Hypernova are jamming out.
Watch for their debut album, coming out soon.
"It's 4:36 a.m. here in Tokyo and the sun is rising. We still have a big crowd cheering for the films and enjoying the event."
"War is a passage -- whether you live or you die."
Children pass a secret message along in a familiar childhood game -- but their classmate doesn't realize the message is at his expense.
Robert Kurzban talks about prejudice, skewed perceptions, bias, stereotypes -- and why human beings can overcome them.
"We have the capacity and tendency to separate 'us' from 'them'. Once established, we're more tolerant to those we call 'us' and more brutal toward 'them.' But increasingly, science shows there's no limit to who we define as us. Eventually, someday, there might not be any more 'thems'."
A rapt assembly watches "J'Attendrai Le Suivant (I'll Wait for the Next One)" in Cairo.
Music and culture clash aboard an elevator.
This update just in from Paul in Vancouver:
"Greetings from Vancouver fellow Pangea Day friends!
I'm Paul, host and organizer of the Downtown Vancouver event and the live satellite transmission to Downtown Vancouver at Empire Granville 7 Cinemas, the largest screen in the city.
A theatre full of people here have joined the "global campfire", one of 15 private and public events in this city of 2.5 million on the Pacific Coast of Canada.
Mayor Sam Sullivan has also officially proclaimed May 10, 2008, as Pangea Day in the City of Vancouver, this morning at the Opening Ceremonies."
From Ramallah: My name is Amber. I am a Canadian living and working in the West Bank. I heard about Pangea Day from a friend of mine in Jerusalem (yo Avi G!) and we thought it would be great to try to get an event happening in both Ramallah and Jerusalem. I think we succeeded!
A journey through Lebanon -- through friends, family and youth -- before the bombs started falling.
Share your thoughts on our comments pages!
An animated film about shaping the world with your hands.
Cameron Diaz weighs in: "How can films change the world? They can't, but the people who watch them can. By changing minds, we change the world. My own passion is climate change; this film inspires me."
Gilberto Gil is a singer, guitarist, songwriter, and the current Brazilian Minister of Culture. Exiled from his homeland for political activity in the 1970s, he's an amazing voice for Brazilian and world culture.
How do you break down walls?
A young man returns home to his family in Cuba -- for the first time in 13 years.
Chris M. writes in with this thought-provoking update:
Animated short film -- a tired inventor struggles toward creativity in a world lacking color and hope.
Share your perspective on dreams, hope, and creativity in our comments section!
An intimate little film about the joy of dancing. Shot on a Nokia mobile phone.
Todd, in Tokyo, reports over 50 people watching the Pangea Day program.
"Half the crowd are from Japan, the other half are from places as diverse Australia, India, France, Argentina, Sweden, the UK, France, Romania, the US, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Lebanon."
Refugees in Sierra Leone band together -- bringing music and laughter to a community in need. (LIVE NOW)
What is love? What is happiness? Share your thoughts with the world by weighing in in our comments section.
A unique and intimate perspective on a Moroccan imam and his wife.
A strange romantic encounter on the metro -- with stranger results.
Anthropologist Donald Brown is the leading authority on "human universals" - the hundreds of attributes that every human has in common
"Humans are and must be sensitive to differences. But too much focus on difference lurks behind human conflict. We should find hope in realizing how rich and numerous our commonalities are."