Stories about Ukraine from April, 2006
Ukraine: Office Fire
Petro of Petro's Jotter recounts an early morning fire in his office building.
Ukraine & the Balkans: Ukrainian as a 3rd Language; Cyrillic vs Latin Script in Serbia
MoldovAnn has started taking Ukrainian language classes: “This week’s lesson was conducted almost entirely in Ukrainian, and when we were all at a loss, our teacher reverted to Russian. This means I am learning a third language on the basis of my second language […].” Daniel of The Native Speaker...
Ukraine: Fundraising For Project Empty Orphanage
Cristin of AmericanExpat, a blog on Ukrainian adoptions, is fundraising for Project Empty Orphanage: “Currently there are approximately 125,000 children in Ukrainian orphanages. Many of these kids are “stuck” there because of inaccurate or missing paperwork. This project was designed to help kids’ paperwork problems that stand between them and...
Ukraine: Election Observer's Story
Ethan of Room 12A recounts his experience as an election observer in Kyiv.
Ukraine: Coalition Choices
Dan McMinn of Orange Ukraine examines coalition choices for the blocs and parties, which – according to the still preliminary results – have made it into Ukraine's parliament: “Politicians Fighting So Voters Don't Have To […] Politicians are going to have to swallow their disgust and make necessary but odious...
Ukraine: Hugo Chavez Knows About Orange Revolution
A.M. Mora y Leon at Publius Pundit writes about Hugo Chavez’ remark on the Ukrainian Orange Revolution of 2004: Venezuelan president has called it a “pink revolution” done by the “gringos” and said he expected his rivals to use a similar strategy in the December presidential election.
Ukraine: Yulia Tymoshenko's Campaign Posters
Vilhelm Konnander reviews the results of the Ukrainian parliamentary election and admires Yulia Tymoshenko's campaign posters.