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· July, 2005

Stories about East Asia from July, 2005

30 July 2005

News from Chinese Blogosphere

After Tencent required its QQ Group users to register their real name, poll shows that near half of people would abandon the use of this popular IM software. Also 65%...

29 July 2005

Malaysia: Malaysian Bloggers on IRC

South Korea: Gotta love those Stalinists

Inside the Japanese Blogosphere – The Anti-Korea Wave

The ever-useful “Ninki Blog Ranking” lists the most-viewed Japanese blogs in a number of different categories. There are blogs for mothers who wish to help their children study more effectively,...

28 July 2005

Singapore: New Blog

Malaysia: Are you GST-ready?

Philippines: Parliamentary democracy in the Philippines would be a very bad idea

China: SPY.GOOGLE.COM

China: The Real Story Behind Sister Lotus

China: Business in China

Flickr Pick from Japan

“Kimono” by Scott Parish Photographers! We monitor a large number of Flickr feeds every day, looking for photographs that would make good Flickr Picks for Global Voices. If you have...

27 July 2005

Meet ThaRum: Cambodia's Second Most Famous Blogger

Tharum started his blog in June 2004 while a student at the National University of Management and working for the Open Forum for Cambodia, a Cambodian NGO devoted to digital...

China: Feedburner Meets Bokee

Singapore: Bloggers in the news

Malaysia: This is outrageous!

China: how billionaire stories lead to labor shortage

China: New edition of Modern Chinese Dictionary- Danwei

Podcast: Love-blogging in Chinese

Prof. Charlie Nesson, co-founder of the Berkman Center and enthusiastic Global Voices supporter, recently traveled to China. He and internet radio journalist Ben Walker made a podcast in which they...

Cambodia: E-Khmer Web Counter

China: Irony Lives in China – A Photo Album

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