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· November, 2008

Stories about Language from November, 2008

17 November 2008

Syria: Art of Dialogue

Japan: 2008 Neologisms and Trendy Words

Japan: Japanese Language in the Age of English

The Fall of the Japanese Language in the Age of English, the latest book by Japanese novelist and essayist Minae Mizumura, roused debate among many Japanese bloggers recently over the...

15 November 2008

Lingua: The Making of a Global Online Translation Project

Ever wonder how to get dozens of people to work together over the internet to collaborate on translations to multiple languages? In nearly two years Global Voices Lingua translation community...

12 November 2008

Syria: Bloggers Unite to Read

For the first time in the Syrian blogosphere, local Syrian bloggers have came up with a refreshing idea; forming an online book club in which they decide on reading a...

1 November 2008

Brazilian myths and haunts in the Lusosphere – Part 3

To bring this series about Brazilian myths, legends and haunts as seen on the Lusosphere to a great close, we couldn't choose a better entity to speak about than Saci...

Singapore: Advice for expatriates

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