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· October, 2006

Stories about Youth from October, 2006

China: Youth, too much free time

Obscurity is here to stay for the residents of a distant northern Chinese town, it seems, judging from a post this week from Chongqing-based blogger-journalist Ran Yunfei. 中国的县之多,从未听说过某一县,当然不足为奇。比如山西的方山县,我就从未听说过。但最近这个县的县委书记张国彪来了个铁腕政策,打着为保护未成年学生的幌子,关掉该县县城所有网吧,干涉商人经商之自由,以及人们了解信息之自由。还被许多人赞美,这真是滑天下之大稽。 There are...

Kurdistance

I choose to begin this week's article with a disclaimer which is spawned in response to comments I received on last week's edition of Kurdistance: the contents of my articles...

Indonesia: Rock Star with a Message

Myanmar: Learning Korean Language

China: school murder case

Cambodia at a glance

Spurred by the fact that weblog stimulates open discussion among people who have common interest, Cambodians take their concerned issues online to share with the world who are listening to...

Russia: Violence Filmed by Perpetrators

Iraq: Iraqi Kurdistan Book Drive

China: celebrating national day

Nigeria: if you can walk, you can dance

Indonesia: International Potluck

India: Children and their Mothers

Belarus: New Detention and Demolition of the Old

Ukraine: Help Sought to Save an Ailing Teen

Serbia: Debate on Media Depiction of Kosovo Children

B92 news have reported on the journalist association's reaction to the alleged mistreatment of children from Kosovo and Metohia (in further text K&M) during a talk show on national TV....

Kenya: defending youth linguistic creativity

Tajikistan: Workers or Slaves

Senegal: Illegal Immigration

Palestine: Urgent Appeal For Help From Palestinian Youth Organisations

India: Child Prodigy

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