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· July, 2009

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from July, 2009

Armenia: Kim Kardashian, national identity and peace

Armenia: Homophoia and intolerance

Russia: Vasily Krima, aka the “Volgograd Obama”

Hijablogging: On Burqas and Bans

Although the practice of wearing hijab has been around since pre-Islamic times, the debate surrounding it has increased in recent years. Whereas in some countries, hijab is mandated, in others,...

Belarus, Russia: Bloggers React to Graphic Chechen War Video

On July 3, Belarusian blogger Tatsiana Elavaya posted a provocative video showing the assassination of captive Russian soldiers by Chechen guerrillas during the 1999 war in Chechnya. The video had...

Taiwan: Racist cartoon causes controversy

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs published a booklet featuring two cartoon characters to inform the public about the proposed free trade agreement between Taiwan and China, commonly referred to as...

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Musical collaboration

Philippines: Eating Taho

What is Team Building in the Filipino Language?

The Balkans: Language Issue

The Balkans: EU Visa-Free Travel Controversy

Caribbean: On Henry Gates Jr.

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Fatherly Advice

Bermuda: The Race Card

India: The Chakmas Of Mizoram

South Korea: White Guys Blogging About Korean Women

Russia: Markets Shut Down

Hungary: The Hungarian Guard Banned

A paramilitary association called the Hungarian Guard was banned at the beginning of July after more than a year of investigation by Budapest Court. Guard members and supporters held spontaneous...

Armenia: An interview with Liana Aghajanian

Born in Iran, but raised and now living in the United States, Liana Aghajanian is a writer and a relative newcomer to the Armenian blogosphere. However, Aghajanian has set an...

China: Introducing Tibetan writer Jamyang Kyi

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