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· January, 2006

Stories about East Asia from January, 2006

31 January 2006

Mexico: Online Library of Chinese Piracy

Asia Blogger Profile: Cambodia’s Seserak

Seserak (Vicheth's nickname) writes the “Cambodia to Japan” blog, a journal of his experience as a Cambodian living and going to school in Japan. He grew up in Kampong Speu...

China: More Crackdowns

Indonesia: Deaf Driving

Japan: Jellyfish vs. Whale

Japan, Korea: Grateful Colonies

Philippines: Rent Control

Taiwan: What's in a Name?

30 January 2006

Tet in Viet Nam

China: Behind the Scenes

Indonesia: Property Rights

Japan, Taiwan: Cute Culture

Korea: Singing Rain

Philippines: PCIJ's Plagiarism

Singapore: Baby Makers

Malaysia: Happy Chinese New Year

Yesterday was the start of the Year of the Dog based on the Chinese lunar calendar and it's also one of the major celebration in Malaysia. During the Chinese New...

Indonesia is discussing about blog

Discussion about Indonesian Blogs, attended by about 20 bloggers, only a fraction of the total estimated 10,000 Indonesian bloggers, the discussion take placed at Detikinet's office

29 January 2006

The Year of the Dog Comes to the Rest of East Asia

“Da Hong Deng Long” (Big Red Lantern) by Yining Zhang Blogs all around East and Southeast Asia have gone grey this past weekend as many, particularly those in the overseas...

28 January 2006

We Love Cooking!

#1: All Indian food does NOT taste the same! From the UK, We all live downstream explains this popular belief that find its roots in the lack of adventurous spirit...

Happy Chinese Lunar New Year

Today is the Chinese Lunar New Year‘s eve, which are regarded as the most important festival in China and mark the beginning of a year with warm spring coming, so...

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