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· June, 2006

Stories about Humor from June, 2006

Ukraine: World Cup Wishful Thinking

“We've got three victories! and there are three more left… Go, Ukraine!” – by LJ user lokizzz A popular joke about Ukraine's spectacular – and totally unforeseen – World Cup...

Hong Kong: Shopping technocrats

China: Tips on raising kids

Bermuda: Etiquette rules for guest workers

Czech Republic: Football Commentator Translated

India, US: In the 1980s

US for the Indian in the 1980s. Ramesh Madhavan, a veteran online writer kicks off with this amazing post on culture, food and the immigrant experience.

Russia: Marilyn Monroe Moles Ad

Aruba: Viral image

Albania: Notes on Driving

Trinidad & Tobago: Rules for the dreadlocked

Japan: the spread of Japanese kawaii

China: Mao as Jesus or Joke?

China: fabricated World Cup News

China: the phone number in Mission Impossible 3

Russia: Buzz Words For Journalists

China: Oil, diplomatic relations

China: Freethinking young writer takes on the cultural establishment

With the majority of China's artists and intellectuals having been silenced or executed earlier this century, what does that say about that generation's thinkers who are still around today? Han...

Jamaica: The “neighbourhood crackhead”

China: Crosstalk cab

The Kannada Context: Hear the nature of voices

The amplification of small sound bytes effects a joyful reverberation in a large room. I got a few mails/comments for my last post, The Kannada Context: Exclusive Identity and Other...

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