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· February, 2008

Stories about Language from February, 2008

Mozambique: People out of the bottle

Japan: Future words of the Web Era

Bangladesh: On human rights, and people across the border

In this weeks roundup we take a look at what different Bangladeshi blogs are talking about. On human rights- who is a human? Rumi of In the Middle of Nowhere...

Armenia: Blogging Competition

Armenia: Spelling Bee

Afghanistan: Illegal to Speak Farsi in a Farsi Spoken City

India: Language and Identity

Singapore: Taiwanese Mocking Singapore English

Portnoy Zheng: The blogger who inspired the world to talk together

While people around the world have been celebrating Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, we welcome the Year of the Rat with an interview with Taiwanese blogger...

Sri Lanka: Language and The Other

Japan: Visualizing Japanese Grammar

Latvia: “The Idiot's Day”

Caucasus: Political Roundup

English Blogs From Cameroon

The historical legacy of colonial rule in Cameroon is reflected in the linguistic division of the country. It is divided between the French-speaking North and the English-speaking South. Although English...

Paths of the Portuguese Language: Africa-Brazil

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