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· June, 2006

Stories about North America from June, 2006

29 June 2006

Appreciating Caribbean writing

Global Food Blog Report #22

#1: Klephblog, no doubt over-caffeinated,  writes "How Coffee changed the Modern World," a great essay about this fruit of the Gods: This wondrous plant is a native of the new...

21 June 2006

India, US: In the 1980s

US for the Indian in the 1980s. Ramesh Madhavan, a veteran online writer kicks off with this amazing post on culture, food and the immigrant experience.

18 June 2006

From the Kingdom of Cambodia to the United States of America

In July, Somongkol Teng will leave Cambodia for the United States to pursue a master's degree in Higher Education Administration. Under the US State Department's Fulbright grant Somongkol plans to...

17 June 2006

Haiti: Banking in 1946

11 June 2006

Global Food Blog Report #21

#1: After almost a month her blog vanished without reasonable explanation, Chef Ines Peña from Caracas, Venezuela is back with her brand new and improved creation: Apuntes de Cocina. Lets...

6 June 2006

Global Food Blog Report # 20

We keep a database of delicious food blogs from all over the world, and make sure to follow their creations and stories every week. Being the blogoholic I am, I...

2 June 2006

Caribbean: Marking the start of the hurricane season

Mongolian Mining and the Blogs

Mine shaft construction at Oyu Tolgoi, Mongolia, image by Ivanhoe Mines The May 12, passing of Mongolia's windfall profit tax law on copper and gold rocked Mongolia's mining world. The...

1 June 2006

Global Voices Podcast – An interview with Tel Aviv-based blogger Lisa Goldman

Lisa Goldman relocated from Canada to Tel Aviv, Israel some years ago. Lisa is a regular contributor to Global Voices and blogs about life in Israel — “everything from suicide...

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