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· January, 2010

Stories about Arts & Culture from January, 2010

26 January 2010

Japan: Pokemon in Japanese Style Paintings

Kenya: Cartoonists of the Year Awards

China: Wedding banquet

Graffiti and Urban Art: Voices from Latin American Streets III

Graffiti and urban art on the streets of Latin America is celebrated on the Internet by artists and fans alike. This is the third in a 3-part series on this...

25 January 2010

Bangladesh: 3rd Person Singular Number

Japan: Grand Sumo Tournament

China’s Orwellian Future

John Chan (陳冠中), an author from Hong Kong who is currently living in Beijing, has written a novel entitled The Fat Years: China, 2013 (盛世 – 中國, 2013). The story...

24 January 2010

China: How does the young generation view Confucius

A rumor circulated on the web that all the 2D versions of Avatar have been pulled out of the Chinese cinemas to make way for the domestic movie Confucius. Despite...

Morocco: Meet the Cartoonists

Egypt: Portraits of Egyptians

Egypt: Farewell Jean Simmons

Serbia: Belgrade Photos

Taiwan: A look at wedding traditions

22 January 2010

Peru: Metallica Rocked in Lima

Internationally-known rock bands do not play in Lima, Peru very often. When do they do, as the case of Metallica, interest and profits reach high levels. However, not all are...

21 January 2010

Indonesia: Pop music hits

19 January 2010

Morocco: Blogging About Blogging

Moroccans, as usual, are blogging, only this time it's about…blogging! This year, two awards are being offered in the blogosphere: the third annual Maroc Blog Awards and the brand new...

Ethiopia: Cultures collide in Ethiopian blogosphere

What happens when cultures collide? One of the best places to find out is the Ethiopian blogosphere, with its writers spread across the Ethiopian Diaspora, from China, through Europe to...