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The box-office success led to two sequels, The Mummy Returns (2001) and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008), as well as an animated series, and a prequel, The Scorpion King.
The film also inspired a roller coaster, Revenge of the Mummy, in three Universal Studios Theme Parks.
The leaders in Beijing keep their grip on their vast empire not by being nice or by conceding liberal doses of devolved power, but by making it absolutely clear that all real power resides at the center, and that the center not only manipulates the levers of control but does so in full public view.
There is an interesting contrast between how China treats its SARs and its provinces.
"Harmful information on overseas sites can still be transmitted internally, and a minority of people try to use the Web to carry out illegal activities."Stephen Vines in The Standard sympathises with Donald Tsang during his "duty visit" to Beijing, explaining how this yearly ritual follows closely what has always happened for Hong Kong's rulers.
But my sympathies today lie with the people of Macau, especially those near the grand opening of Fisherman's Wharf:...singer Francis Yip and American soft-rock group Chicago, both top acts of the 1970s, will officially inaugurate the project by performing their signature songs for free on New Year's Eve in the complex's Roman amphitheater as part of a program to include fireworks and a show by a British acrobatic troupe.
No better place than a Western Compound or Embassy Party.
Western sexual ideologies are in full swing and it is one of the few places you will find people getting drunk.
The SARs are vassal states but the provinces are different - they are political power bases (for example the Shanghai faction) and often compete with or ignore Beijing's orders.
There is a great irony that the "One Country, Two Systems" idea that drives the Special Administrative Regions actually lands them under greater central control than China's provinces.