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· July, 2007

Stories about East Asia from July, 2007

31 July 2007

China: The hair blogger

China: Environmental evaluation

China: Released documents implicate Yahoo!

China: Preview of Ang Lee film of Eileen Chang novel

China: Eighty years of liberation

Malaysia: GVO's Jeff Ooi joins Opposition Party

Today marks one of the most important occasion in Malaysia's blogging community as Screenshot's Jeff Ooi, who is dubbed as one of the most prominent blogger in Malaysia's blogosphere joined...

Japan: A Historic Election Defeat

The overwhelming defeat of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan's upper house elections on Sunday, historic in its scale, brought about a drastic shift in the Japanese political landscape and...

China: Citywide taxi strike

It seems the ten thousand taxi drivers in one Chinese city have all gone on strike, bloggers are making this much clear. Local media appears not to be reporting on...

South East Asia: Overworked Human Rights Commission

Malaysia: Blogger Becomes Politician

30 July 2007

Cambodian Blogger on Blogging

GV's Cambodian author Tharum Bun interviews Borin Ly, an Internet enthusiast and an avid blogger. Borin talks about his blogging experience and his motivations for creating the blog. Cambodia has...

Korea: Blogger party next month

Korea: On the kidnapped Koreans

China: WordPress plugin subverts keyword filters

China: Chen Liangyu booted from Party

China: Words for the Olympics

29 July 2007

China: To blog to dream

Two American bloggers in China will be taking their blog on the road for a year starting with a trip next month, for charity, for understanding, and for your dreams.

Philippines: Anti-Terror Law takes effect

Five months after it was passed by Congress, the anti-terrorism law known as the Human Security Act took effect more than a week ago. The government describes the law as...

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