Stories about Photos from March, 2008
Shanghaiist has a feature story on the fusion of China and Africa culture through fashion design.
Libyano, from Libya, posts pictures from his country in this post.
“In an effort to clear the mind and explore new territory, we ventured into one of the 726548724 hiking trails around Tzur Hadassah in the Judean Hills this afternoon,” writes Lizrael, from Israel, who takes us on a pictorial tour of her ‘backyard.’
Kabobfest‘s Maytha takes a closer look at the tattoos of international celebrities and their growing fascination with having Arabic words painted on their bodies.
Chiapas Digital [es] is a photo-blog by Jorge Grajales that captures the sights around the state of Chiapas in the southern part of Mexico.
Lee from Tokyo Times has a post on Sushi Art.
Ad Blankestijn introduces the Para-Nirvana scenes (the Buddha Nirvana posture) at Kyoto temples.
CINA posted some links and pictures on the weekend International Woman's Day Protest in Seoul.
In Kuwait, Grey is worried about safety in his neighbourhood.
Kuwaiti Mishaary visits Market Sharq and shares the following pictures with us.
From Dubai, Kinan Jarjous writes about famous trees.
Yao Ming (male) is one of the most famous sport star and Li Yun Chun (female) is one of the most popular pop singer; Zhaomu finds out that their faces look so alike.
Local artists have a picnic at Time Square to reclaim the public space at the city centre [zh]. The spot is outside a giant shopping mall at Causeway Bay.
Carboncopy,an Iranian blogger, has published a series of posters created by Palestinian artists.
Barbadian blogger Tastes Like Home serves up some mouth-watering Lenten recipes.
As the death toll in Gaza continues to climb, Razan Ghazzawi zooms in on the efforts of a Syrian student in the US, who is working on creating awareness of the conflict at his university campus and showing that the Palestinians losing their lives are human too.
Here are several photos where can we see Tehran in 1930 or even in 19th century.
Jeffrey Black introduces us to Yemeni fast food in this post.
Lingnan University in Hong Kong is popular for its friendly attitude towards cats. Duke of Aberdeen visited the university and took some photos of the cats in the university. There is a photo set at flickr.
A donkey painted in red in Jordan? Check out Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah‘s blog to find out why.
Lina Eliejat, from Jordan, shares a front page of a newspapers from 1960 in this post.