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· October, 2011

Stories about Arts & Culture from October, 2011

Taiwan: Photos from the LGBT Pride Parade 2011 in Taipei

On October 29, more than 50,000 people joined the annual Taiwan LGBT Pride parade in Taipei, which is the biggest in Asia. This year was the 9th parade since 2003....

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: After Anya

Puerto Rico: Rita Indiana's New Video

Puerto Rico: “Baleros” by Esoez

Trinidad & Tobago: Celebrating Anya's Project Runway Win

The Trinidad and Tobago blogosphere has been extremely active over the past week as Season 9 of Lifetime's hit reality show, Project Runway, drew to a close. Home-grown design hopeful,...

East Timor: Investing in Creativity and Culture

Barcelona artist David Palazón ended up in East Timor as a break from his career. Now he is coordinating a project to research Timorese culture in hopes of creating a...

Ghana: Meet Two Ghanaian Musicians M3nsa and M.manifest

Collecting Audio of UN Human Rights Declaration in 370 Languages

Latvia: Graffiti and Decay in Riga

Pakistan: Political Satire Becomes Internet Sensation

A recent song released on YouTube, by a group of young men from Lahore, has become an Internet sensation. The songs lyrics are heavily loaded with political satire, something that...

Trinidad & Tobago: Divali Delicacies

Macedonia: Advocating Media Freedom Through Music

Photos: Flash Mob Encouraging Youth to Vote, South Korea

Macedonia: Million Tweets – an Existentialist Parody Poem

Blogger iskra_iskric has dared to adapt a Macedonian rock classic by the band Arhangel to the new digital reality, creating a new poem on tweetering.

Trinidad & Tobago: Making Anya the Fan Favourite

Japan: Steve Jobs, Black Turtlenecks and Uniforms

Photos: North Korean Theme Park

Coworking Spaces and Nomad Workers in Japan

Coworking is a growing worldwide movement, and Japan is no exception. Surprising to see in a culture where the idea of physically being in the office at all hours is...

Trinidad & Tobago: Tweeting for Anya

Armenia: Extreme Metal in the Caucasus

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