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· October, 2007

Stories about Language from October, 2007

Jordan: Blogging in English Back

Russia: Bukovsky on Putin's Prison Slang

Barbados: Gullah Gullah Island

China and Hong Kong: Translation Politics

The Balkans: The Language Issue

Macedonia: A Bit More On Toše Proeski

Japan: Taiwanese chorus music to the ears

A video of an auditorium in Taiwan featuring 258 Taiwanese people watching and singing along to the lyrics of Japanese anime songs became a hit in Japan earlier this week...

Europe: Roma Links

Morocco: Interview with an Amazigh Blogger

Jillian York sheds light on the message and struggle of Moroccan Amazigh and activist Bouba, who blogs at Ghasbouba. Who are the Amazigh? What is Bouba blogging about and what...

Japan: NOVA on the brink of collapse

Despite numerous statements to the contrary from an increasingly evasive management, the collapse of Japan's largest English language school operator NOVA appears imminent as bloggers have been reporting lesson cancellations,...

Estonia: Nicknames

Slovenia: Lojze Podobnik

China: Buzzwords at the 17th Party Congress

Japan: Language and Culture

Czech Rebublic: Redubbing the Old Dubs

Russia: Birch Bark Letters To Be Translated

Algeria: Language Learning Site

Lebanon: Bittersweet Blogging

Slovakia, Hungary: Unfriendly Relationship

Latvia: Citizenship Debate

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