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· August, 2010

Stories about Ideas from August, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Not Yet

Peru: Site Uses Crowdsourcing to Report Thefts

Vietnam: Helping people with disabilities

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Welectricity

Cuba: Interrogation

Japan: Web Startups Present at WISH 2010

The second edition of the web industry event WISH was held on August 28th, and hundreds gathered to hear a panel discussion by industry leaders and 14 presentations by startup...

Taiwan: Learn Wing Chun with blog

Russia: Online Cooperation as an Alternative for Government?

Gregory Asmolov analyzes causes of the highly successful cooperation within the Russian online community during the recent wildfires crisis and examines whether online collaboration can provide a sustainable alternative for...

Bahrain: Freej Al Fadhel before Iftar

Trinidad & Tobago: Educating the Ministry

Trinidad & Tobago: Crime & Punishment

Guyana: Wonders of Blogging

China: Prostitution, Reality, Hypocrisy and Human Lives

What good does punishing women involved in the sex trade do when the gangs, corporations, and clients are left largely untouched?

Brazil: Competition Turns Blogs into Books

Taiwan: Who Needs A Founding Father?

Does Dr. Sun Yat-sen deserve the title of “the Founding Father of Republic of China (R.O.C)”? Is he really a flawless idealistic political leader and the hero behind the revolution...

Bolivia: Waste Management in El Alto

Barbados: CARICOM Pappyshow?

India: Why Rahul Gandhi Is Not Appropriate For The Prime Minister Position

France: Discrimination Against Roma People, Labeled as “Thieves”

While the expulsions of Roma people are in full throttle with the silent approbation of the majority of the public opinion, some doubts start to creep in about the fairness...

Japan: Lost generation

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