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· December, 2006

Stories about Sport from December, 2006

Barbados: Too much being spent on Cricket World Cup?

“The Government of Barbados has announced another US$13 Million in your tax money and mine going to those few weeks of cricket that are called Cricket World Cup 2007″: Barbados...

Qatar: Women's Volleyball at Asian Games

Women's volleyball attracts a crowd in Qatar, John B. Chilton said.

Kyrgyzstan: Asian Games

Inga writes about watching the opening ceremonies of the Asian games on Kyrgyz television as well as about some of the athletes from Kyrgyzstan competing in the games.

Arabisc: Asian Games, Democracy and Models

Why was there no celebration of the Arab heritage in the opening of the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, and what is the relationship between democracy and models and why...

China: temporary freedom for the Olympics?

Angry Chinese blogger comments on the press arrangement in China during the Olympics.

Brunei: Aerobics Vs Yoga

Yoga has become popular in South East Asia with Yoga studios mushrooming all over. Danurasana in Brunei compares her experience with Aerobics to that of Yoga. “In those aerobics classes,...

China: Beijing's big brother culture

Wang Xiaofeng writes about “ye” culture in Beijing. The meaning of “ye” literally is grandfather or big brother (old men with authority). “Ye” or “Da Ye” is used as a...

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