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3 September 2005

Stories from 3 September 2005

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

The Jordanian blogosphere reacts to the current disasters around the globe. Ahmad Humeid offers his condolences for Hurricane Katrina, criticizes the relief effort as being “miserable”, and notes that “what...

Malaysia: Medical blogs

Medical doctors in Malaysia aren't exactly archaic as many do use email and quite a number of them have started blogging. Malaysian Medical Resources has a sampling of Malaysian Medical...

Images from the Dominican Republic: Looking to the Future

Fachtopia, who works with Linux in the Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic has posted this photo with the title, “Looking to the Future” within the set, “Street Children.”

What Chinese Bloggers Think of “Super Girls”

Super Girls, a contest for female singers, has been the major entertainment event in China this summer. It was even evaluated to high level of social and political meaning. Chinese...

Japan: Disaster drills

September 1 is annual Disaster Drills Day in Japan nationwide. This year, over 1 million people took part, spurred in part by the increase in major earthquakes over the summer.

Japan: Selling Lexus

After making a roaring success in US automobile market, Lexus will finally be sold in Japan. But there are key issues in making market entry to its parental country.

Japan: Politics as pagenat

Is politics a pagenat? Horie Takafumi, CEO of internet startup livedoor, plays Schwarzenegger-the-governor and runs as an independent candidate in the Hiroshima #6 district.

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