Stories from 8 June 2008
The blog Choledad Privadad [es] analyzes the relationship between food and sex in Peruvian society.
Green blogs are a valuable source for understanding Iran's nature and environment, its problems and challenges. Green bloggers actively take part in campaigns to protect nature and animals. They publish articles, stories, and photos, and they organize conferences and demonstrations. In this post, we look at green activism in Iran...
INKer [es] writes about and post photos of the recent visit by Ecuadoran president Rafael Correa to the province of Loja. Correa visited the local television station Ecotel and was warmly received.
The Blog da Cidade [City Blog] project is a initiative designed to provide a collaborative platform for propagation of useful information to residents and visitors of several Brazilian cities. Each city will have a blog maintained by an open group of collaborators. Would you want to participate? Please contact us”,...
Today's Blogger of the Week series takes us to the heart of the Balkans, where we chat with Global Voices author for Serbia Ljubiša Bojić (pronounced Lyu-bi-sha Bo-yich) about blogging, politics and citizen journalism in Serbia.
Inflation in Ecuador would be lower without many of the social programs offered by the government writes Danny Ayala Hinojosa of El Federalista [es].
ICT for Peacebuilding compares media freedom (or the lack of it) in Singapore and Sri Lanka
Pelopor.nl thinks the media coverage on Indonesia today is “more often than not is not clarifying but rather puzzling.”
Vietnamese Wedding Style gives tips for those who are invited to attend a Vietnamese Wedding.
Sikmanding reports that all over Malaysia the hot topic of discussion is still the fuel price increase and its dreaded effects.
Connecting the dots believes the Thailand's government is self-destructing and that members of the ruling party are “a bunch of recycled corrupt politicians.”
The governor in the home province of the Philippine president has set-up a blog to promote good governance in the country.
Filip Stojanovski of Razvigor :-) links to a blog dedicated to the Macedonian poet Jovan Koteski, maintained by his daughter.
Results of a survey by NetRatings Japan, Inc. released on May 23rd and posted at japan.internet.com revealed some surprising trends among Japanese Internet users. One of the interesting findings was that the popularity of Q&A services has been skyrocketing in recent years. One blogger offers their thoughts on the tendency of Japanese net users to rely too heavily on easy answers from such services.
Marwa Rakha, from Egypt, writes about an MP whose three young daughters have protested in favour of female genital mutilation in this post.