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· May, 2008

Stories about Language from May, 2008

China: Sharon Stone on Earthquake

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Everglades Litany

Guyana: Identity Crisis?

India: Sanskrit and Hindutva

China: Quake Lake

Jamaica: American Standard

Jamaica: Literary Feud

South Africa: What is the meaning of “makwerekwere”?

Burkina Faso: Learn Fulfude in six seconds

Global Agenda for Lusophone Africa

Jamaica, Guyana: “Creole Gang”

Ukraine: A View From Crimea

Last week, Ukraine banned Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov from the country, after he called for Russia to take ownership of Sevastopol, a Ukrainian Black Sea naval port. The incident received...

Estonia: “Asymmetrical Bilingualism”

Guyana: Looking for Poetry

Brazil: Making your blog speak tongues

Japan: Japan and the iPod

Mozambique: In defense of native languages

Angola: On the standardization of the Portuguese language

Kuwait: Zero Hour for Elections

Kuwait is all set for its National Assembly elections on Saturday (May 17). A total of 246 male candidates and 27 female candidates are running for 50 seats in the...

Russia: “Siberian Language”

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