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· October, 2006

Stories about East Asia from October, 2006

China: Writings on the walls

Back in the day, big character posters were mostly used for vile purposes, so when they started popping up recently on shop fronts in a remote corner of China's Yunnan...

Singapore: Thoughts on China-South East Asian Nations Summit

East Timor: Youth Gangs

China: Ancient Chinese sex advice

Japan: confession service

Hong Kong: where have all the trees gone?

Korea: North Korea spy case

Brunei: New GDP Figure

China: first gay and lesbian association in China

China: cross cultural communication

China: free hugs

Japan: sex's trade

South Korea: U.S pressure on new foreign minister

South Korea: witchhunt?

Cambodia: New Lecturer

Cambodia: Review of a Cambodian Online Job Site

East Timor: Updates On The Latest Round Of Violence

Philippines: Reflections on blogging

Solar power teaches journalism in the premier state university of the country. While he appreciates the potential of blogging in the democratization process, he underscores the need to filter information...

China: How blogging has changed my life

The Chinese Blogger Conference will take place in Hanzhou this weekend. To prepare for the conference, the organizers announced a submission of posts on “How blogging has changed my life?”...

Vietnam: Hanoi Pavements

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