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· November, 2008

Stories about Arts & Culture from November, 2008

Moldova, CEE: Rural Bus Stops; Hammer & Sickle @ Flickr

Ukraine: “No Other Home: The Crimean Tatars” – in Romania and Online

Central & Eastern Europe: Obituaries

Czech Republic: Notes on Prague

Ukraine: Ruthenians

Czech Republic, USA: “Growing Up ‘Cesky'”

Belarus: The Identity Debate

Macedonia: “The First (!?) Macedonian Webcomics”

Mexico: High Service Fees for Radiohead Tickets

Central & Eastern Europe: A Roma Roundup

Czech Republic: Milan Kundera Controversy

Iran: Send Love to Iran

Taiwanese version of Thanksgiving

Seeing Americans have Thanksgiving holidays, Arkun tries to search for similar festival in Taiwan and finds a similar counterpart, the peace ritual ceremony...

Bahrain: Ancient burial mounds

Trinidad & Tobago: The Art of Stuart Hahn

Ecuador: Christmastime for the Saraguro

Indonesia: “Security camera” show in a hotel TV

Iran: Art gallery was shutdown

Korea: An Actress, Her Good Deed, and Her Family History.

A popular young actress who is called the ‘national sister’ due to her naivete, humble attitude, and good acting, Moon Geun-young is famous for making donations to society. She usually...

Nepal: The Story of Karnali

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