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· February, 2010

Stories about Humor from February, 2010

Japan: Blogging from a locked room

What if you found yourself trapped in a room of your house with the door lock broken and few tools with you? This is what happened to Fumiko Fumio. Equipped...

Egypt: Cats can wink too

Guyana: Spam You!

Poland: The End of Winter

Trinidad & Tobago: Being the PM

China: Netizens make fun of charges for hacking Google

The so-called ‘Operation Aurora’, which attacked Google and at least 33 other western conglomerates, allegedly originated from two Chinese universities, according to a recent New York Times story. One of...

Lebanon: Stolichnaya and the Girl in the Bathtub

EU, Greece: Greek PM Parody

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Beyonce & Beyond

Japan: A Typical Day

China: Amateur short film satirizes internet censorship

Famous amateur film-maker, Hu Ge, has recently made a new satirical piece on the Internet censorship in China. The 7-minute piece, ‘Animal World: the Home-living Animal’ is styled as an...

Kuwait: One Year, 188 Questions

Lebanon: Parking Stories

Malaysia: Pantyless movement on Valentine’s Day

Some female college students in Malaysia are calling for a “pantyless movement” on Valentine’s Day. The campaign became quite popular through word of mouth and the internet. Religious authorities are...

Belarus: Cartoon on New Internet Regulations

Japan: Learning the art of diplomacy from a mobster

Trinidad & Tobago: Water Noir

India: The Twitter Comedian

Poland: Drainage

Ukraine: “If Google Were a State-Owned Company…”

A Lviv-based blogger mocks Ukrainian state bureaucracy and red tape, describing what it would take to do a Google search if Google were a Ukrainian state-owned company. Most readers find...

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