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21 October 2006

Stories from 21 October 2006

Senegal: Stargazing

Reunion: Blogging to Decrease Elected Official Impunity

Guyane: Too Hot to Cook

China: Botched jobs

‘Yes, journalists in China do have it rough,’ Bullog blogger Siyi says back to a recent BBC article, ‘but we're not all the innocent victims that you seem to think’...

Tonga: Tonga and Nationalism

Myanmar: Floods and Life

Laos: Vegetable Garden

Barbados: Hair, race & breast cancer

South Afria: lesbian photo-activist

South Africa: African-American muslim in South Africa

Russia: The Second Blog War

(more buttons and userpics are here) The Russian-language blogosphere (commonly known as ZheZhe) is on fire: some users are shutting down their blogs, others are emigrating to the virtual Trinidad...

Africa: Africans and victimhood

Vojaĝo tra Esperantujo / A trip through Esperanto-land

Only two months until Esperanto Day! In this, our second roundup of the Esperanto Blogosphere (missed the first?), I will lead you on a tour of some of the different...

Vietnam: Rooftop View

India, Pakistan: Kashmir from the 70s in pictures

Nepal: The Haughty King

India: Podcast on Diwali

Bangladesh: On fasting

India: On Calcutta

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