Postcard and photo essays

Main photo: The Peace Palace has been abuzz with the frenzied efforts of curators to prepare the building for its 100 th birthday party this week. While a gardener mows the lawns ahead of Wednesday’s ceremony, the palace’s gardens are said to be considered among the most successful designs of English landscape architect Thomas Mawson. According to guides at the Palace, Mawsom deliberately excluded plants with dark-coloured leaves from the garden for not fitting in with the theme of peace. It was a reminder that the entrenchment of racial prejudice in society is often reflected where it is least expected.

Postcard and photo essays

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