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    CHINA'S BANNER STADIUM

    In the last decade, the world has seen an unprecedented boom in the construction of sports stadiums. Among the new ones is the Guangdong Olympic Stadium in Guangzou, China, which will help host the 2008 Olympic Summer Games.

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    FOLK ART MUSEUM

    Good things, as the saying goes, come in small packages. In the case of the new American Folk Art Museum in midtown Manhattan, the small package casts a golden glow across West 53rd Street when the sun glances off its variegated whitish-bronze facade.

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    PLAINS DESIGN

    To some Americans, Oklahoma is a foreign country, where the wind comes sweeping o'er the plains; a hot dry place, impressively flat and infinitely extended, yet with pockets of remarkable beauty in the form of blood red earth, golden grasslands, and a sky the shape of an inverted tureen. Here the frontier spirit lives on in small towns and vast wheat and cotton farms, and Native American influences are everywhere.

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