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· September, 2009

Stories about Humor from September, 2009

Japan: Anime Character ‘Masuo-san’ on Twitter

Sazae-san, a comedy chronicling the lives of the fictional Isono family, is one of Japan's longest-running and oldest comic strips and animations. The animated series first aired in 1969 and...

Bangladesh: Banning Of Adult Websites

Trinidad & Tobago: Thinking & Drinking

India: What To Expect On The Moon

Trinidad and Tobago: a fine balance

Colombia: Love and Friendship day in Online times

September is Love and Friendship month in Colombia, and to celebrate, many participate in gift exchanges, to the chagrin of some who dislike this tradition which has already migrated to...

South Africa: Top 10 Malema-isms

Barbados: speaking bluntly

Anguilla: imported massage?

China: Here comes the Laowai

Jamaica: Truth & Laughter

Guyana: Garden Correspondence

India: Blogs And Ad-revenues

China: How artistic these buildings are!

Pakistan: Martyr Certificate

Kazakhstan: Lenin. More Alive Than the Living

Two similar messages have entered the Kazakh blogosphere from opposite ends of the country. They both talk about the revival of one symbol of a bygone era: head-and-shoulders statues of...

Japan: Happy birthday, Doraemon!

India: The Young And Fair International Actresses In Bollywood

China: Newly invented Han characters

Recently the Ministry of Education of PRC has announced a list of 44 Han characters to be adjusted in their writing style. The adjustments were so insignificant and redundant that...

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