Always forget that the compleat Calvin and Hobbes, starting at the
beginning, is up at uComics. Luckily, reading too much on the computer gives me eyestrain.
Not that that stopped me from reading all of Nowhere Girl in one go, but trust me, once you start, you'll not want it to end.
And, at the end, there's a link to (among other things) Max & Lily. Just in case you were thinking of resting your eyes.
Had to hit the comics archive at memepool for the name/location of Nowhere Girl, since it's been a while since I read it, and I (predictably) had forgotten the site. This is all just one big bookmarks list for me, you know. There's other good stuff in the archive, and I'll not bother repeating them. This is more laziness than anything.
Apropos of nothing, Mariko Mori - Miko no Inori, 1996 and Translated Acts: Performance Art from East Asia.
Also (via Spleenville of all places), Viewing Japanese Prints.
And that Sundance page I linked earlier has an interview with Mira Nair (scroll way down), about her film Mississippi Masala, a/k/a that one Denzel movie nobody ever remembers.