Stories about Czech Republic from September, 2007
Czech Republic: “Tabloid Transitions”
Dr. Sean's Diary critiques Transitions Online‘s “confused tabloidy democratization writing” on the Czech politics.
Czech Rebublic: Violent Football Fans
Petr Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word writes about violent behavior of the Czech football fans.
Czech Republic: Brno Airport Bus Service
Petr Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word lists drawbacks of the bus service that connects Brno downtown and its airport: “In Brno, the airport is served by regular bus line number 76 that has about ten stops on the way to the center and thus is used also by people...
Europe: Romani Culture
TOL's Romantic writes about Lojze Podobnik, a Slovenian author whose works focus on Romani culture. Pesha's Blog links to Professor Steve Balkin's compilation of online resources on Romani culture.
Czech Rebublic: Reinventing Masaryk
Dr. Sean's Diary writes about Václav Klaus’ multiple views of Czechoslovakia’s first president T.G. Masaryk.
Czech Rebublic: Multi-Culturalism
“Rare to find voices in the Czech media and blogosphere explicitly defending multi-culturalism and advocating (more) open migration policies, but today I found two in one day,” writes Dr. Sean's Diary.