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· December, 2007

Stories about East Asia from December, 2007

25 December 2007

China: Scrap the death penalty?

Was it New Jersey's undoing of the 1976 reinstatement of capital punishment earlier this month, or the United Nations General Assembly's call for a worldwide moratorium on the death penalty...

24 December 2007

China: Ant Story

Japan: How the Japanese spend Christmas

Japan: Foreign Snails Invasion

Japan: Witnessing Gang Fight

Taiwan: An Ironic Human Rights Day

In this article, I will carry on the subject from my last article in bringing you information on human rights in Taiwan. Top Ten News on Human Rights The Taiwan...

Thailand: Party Supporting Thaksin Leads Thai Elections

Bloggers in Thailand and abroad are analyzing the results of Thai elections where the party supporting the former Prime Minister Thaksin Sinawatra has emerged as the leading candidate for running...

23 December 2007

Korea: Why the Internet didn't Influence the Presidential Election This Time

The presidential election of the Republic of Korea was held on the 19th of December. While the election ended in the predicted result to many, it shocked others. In particular,...

Thailand: PPP Leading

Thailand: Exit Poll Results

Japan: Economics of the “Illegal” Download

Following on recent moves by the government to regulate the Internet, plans for regulation in other areas of online communication have been moving ahead apace in Japan. Among these is...

Myanmar: Lessons From 2007 Burma Uprising

22 December 2007

Thailand: Coverage of Thai Elections

Philippines: Longest Christmas season in the world

Filipino bloggers discuss how Christmas is celebrated in the Philippines. Learn Filipino Christmas traditions and find out why the longest Christmas season is to be found in the Philippines.

China: Zuola on how citizen media should work

A fist-chop in the throat and surveillance by secret police seems to have put a swift end to the career of China's most popular investigative blogger Zhou “Zuola” Shuguang, but...

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