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· November, 2007

Stories about Arts & Culture from November, 2007

Israel: Hooters Opens

Trinidad & Tobago: Bravo!

China: “Red Foreigner” Sings Red Songs Naked

An American blogger who names himself Honglaowai (red foreigner) has revived the Chinese red songs, a serious political music in China ,and extensively posted his music videos on YouTube, Youku...

Ukraine: Tymoshenko's B-day & “Feminine Strategies”

Russia: The Marines

Poland: Kapuściński's Translators

Poland: Satire and Chastity

The Balkans: A Dialect of Serbo-Croatian

Kuwait: Trips, Travel and More

Kuwaiti blogger continue to blog about their activities, within and outside their country. Abdullatif AlOmar keeps us up-to-date with their adventures.

Somalia: Somali culture

Bahamas: Paradise Lost?

Japan: Blog Queen takes a break

Gravure idol, talento and blog queen Wakatsuki Chinatsu announced today that she would be taking time off from blogging. The final entry posted today at her official blog attracted thousands...

Hong Kong and China: Andy Lau Save Fan From Security Guards

Blogenyo, a Webcomic about the Philippine Blogopshere

Tonyo Cruz introduces a newly launched webcomic blog that takes on the Phillipine Blogosphere. Blogenyo seeks to poke fun at the events, intrigues, controversies, issues, and trends among Filipino bloggers.

Croatia: Football News

Russia: History of the Anthems

Peru: One of the Few Remaining Blacksmiths

Iran:Graffiti in Iran

China: New York Charging Bull hits public

Critiques on Chinese tourists’ vulgar behaviors and ignorance of public rules on foreign land have been all-too-familiar. But this time, the Charging Bull sculpture in Wall-street aroused netizens’ different voices.

Armenia: HaShiSh

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