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· December, 2009

Stories about Language from December, 2009

Japan: Spread the message, translate it

A video interview [en] of Kyo Kageura, head of the project Minna no Honyaku (みんなの翻訳, Translation for all) [ja], a new translation platform that helps NGOs and NPOs to spread...

Mozambique: How many languages are spoken in the country?

Cambodia: Gay novels on blogs

Israel: A Day of Bedouin Hospitality

Poland: Language and Identity Abroad

Hungary: Dunakeszi Marsh Rally; Slam Poetry

Czech Republic: Christmas Carols

Belarus, Ukraine: British Literary Translator Vera Rich Dies at 73

Armenia: Embracing multiculturalism

Russia: “Anti-crisis” is Word of The Year

Philippines: Learning Hiligaynon

Syria: At the Second Arab Bloggers Meet

Bangladesh: Independent media and Bangla blogs

St. Lucia: Considering the Blind

Friending is easy, unfriending easier

Tweets from Beirut: Day Two of the Arab Bloggers Workshop

The second day of the Arab Bloggers Workshop kicked off with a presentation about Herdict Web, a site which uses crowdsourcing to gather reports of Internet filtering from users around...

Nominations Open for ‘Best of the Blogs’ Award

Deutsche Welle has kicked-off the sixth annual international Best of the Blogs awards: the BOBs. This year there are new prizes for the best climate change bloggers, as well as...

Ukraine: Morality Commission vs Writer Oles Ulyanenko

Mexico: Learning and yearning in Spanish and English

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