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31 January 2008

Stories from 31 January 2008

Brazil: The first ever local cyberculture festival

Singapore: ASUS EEE PC Review

Singapore blogger Rinaz test drives Asus's latest Linux based sub-notebook. The computer is just started selling in South East Asia and there are user groups already in Thailand and the...

Pakistan: Lahore in 1947

Nepal: Supporting Obama

Bangladesh: Islamic banking and jargon

Barbados: Bring on the ferries

Jamaica: “Heartbreaking” deterioration

Anguilla, China: Illegal foreign labour?

Trinidad and Tobago: “Not playing mas”

Trinidad and Tobago: Water woes

Guyana: World ignores Lusignan?

Georgia: Political Alternatives

Kazakhstan: A Shadow Billionaire Spotlighted by Forbes

Kazakhstan: Mobile Video Festival

Turkmenistan: U.S. Active in Ashgabat

Maciula writes about increasing levels of American diplomatic activity in Turkmenistan and the prospects of building the Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline.

Kyrgyzstan: Human rights situation deteriorating

Kyrgyzstan: First MacCenter in Central Asia Opens

Afghanistan: Journalist in Danger

Afghanistan: Reports Call for New Strategies

Korea: Entertainers’ lives, media and internet

Na Hoon-a, a legendary singer in Korea famous for his charisma during his 40 year career and for numerous rumors about his personal life, surprised everyone at a press conference....

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