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· January, 2011

Stories about East Asia from January, 2011

Egypt Protests 2011 in Seoul, South Korea.

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi's party launches new website

China: Law student almost got arrested for attempt to capture cadre’s privilege moment

China: The eight most read China blogs

China: Role in resolving Africa's conflicts

Qatar: Thousands of ticket-holders turned away from Asian Cup final

Qatar hits a snag with Asian Cup final, as thousands of ticket-holders are banned at the gate for security reasons. Irate, disappointed and heartbroken fans fill the Internet with their...

Taiwan: Animal protection “cockroaches” on Facebook

Philippines: SIM cards – to register or not to register?

The mandatory cell phone SIM card registration proposal continues to generate an intense online debate in the Philippines as bloggers share their views whether the measure will be an effective...

China: Censorship Virus Breaks into PKU Printers

China: 88% of Chinese trust government?

Edelman, one of the top five global public relations firms, released its 2011 Trust Barometer on January 26 2011. The report indicates that China ranked first, with 88% trust, in...

Philippines: Online debate over SIM registration

The registration of cellphone subscriber identification module (SIM) cards has become a hot topic for Filipino netizens as lawmakers pushed for the measure in the wake of a recent bus...

China: Air force training exercise or Top Gun?

China: Current Affairs Commentary, the Internet and the Spirit of the Media

South Korea: A Photo Exhibition on Abandoned Animals of Yeonpyeong Island

Japan: Free Press Association

Taiwan: Ma Ying-jeou on Facebook

Vietnam: Saigon earthquake

Vietnamese Calligraphy

Vietnam: Vanishing landmarks

Vietnam to expel undocumented foreign workers

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