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· November, 2010

Stories about East Asia from November, 2010

23 November 2010

Cambodia: Stampede tragedy during Water Festival

It was the last hour of the last day of the Water Festival in Cambodia. Then a stampede tragedy over a bridge connecting a reclaimed island to the mainland killed...

South Korea: Twitterers Mourn Over Loss of Two Marines

North Korea/South Korea: Deadly Skirmish, Live On Twitter

North Korea has fired more than a hundred artillery rockets at South Korea's YeonPyeong Island near its western border, killing two South Korean marines, injuring at least a dozen and...

North Korea fires on South Korea, Security Camera Shows

Japan: Vintage political posters

22 November 2010

Japan: Young voices against job-hunting system

Japan: Kids perform traditional Kabuki drama

China: bridge-blog posts original documentary of rural life

China: Messages behind the flowers to the Shanghai fire victims

Yesterday, thousands of mourners in Shanghai flocked to the 28-storey apartment block that was gutted by a tragic fire on November 15 to pay their respects for the 58 residents...

China: Campaigning for Wang Yi

China: Generation 90

Thailand: Two Thousand Dead Fetuses in Buddhist Temple

More than 2,000 illegally aborted fetuses were discovered in a Buddhist temple in Thailand and this has reinvigorated the debate on whether it is already time to update the country’s...

21 November 2010

Philippines: Netizens dislike new government tourism campaign

Netizens are up in arms over the government’s new tourism campaign. Various blogs, facebook statuses, and twitter accounts have all become sites of disgust towards the new tourism country branding....

Brunei: Borneo Bloggers Award 2010

Vietnam: Flooding in Hoi An

Philippines: Economics of K+12

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