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22 July 2008

Stories from 22 July 2008

Nepal: Women and Democracy

Bangladesh: Young kids and Cellphones

Mourning A Sexually Harassed Egypt

Two-thirds of Egyptian men harass women showed a survey reported by Reuters. The survey of more than 2,000 Egyptian men and women and 109 foreign women said 62% of Egyptian...

Bahamas: Cultural Pride

China: Official Olympic Security English handbook

Armenia: Bloggers Attend Presidential Press Conference

Bahamas: Condom Culture

China: Beijing 2008 Olympics WordPress theme

Cuba: Cyber-Citizens?

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Getting Connected

China: Don't even think about asking

Guyana: Dangerous Times

China: No “Go China!” banners at the Olympics

Those attending the Olympics this year will be subject to the standard rules: no outside food or drinks, no sporting of commercial logos of any kind…but among all those is...

China: Search for the Kunming bus bombers

Following the bus explosions in Kunming yesterday, a report from a local news website there on the armed police roadside ID checks has been made a feature story on Netease's...

Serbia: Local Bloggers Discuss the Arrest of Radovan Karadžić

Just a few days after the 13th anniversary of the massacre in Srebrenica, in which over 7,000 people, most of them Muslim civilians, were killed, Radovan Karadzic, former president of...

Bangladesh: Corporate culture and employees’ privacy

A Bangladeshi writer who works in a bank for her living and also keeps a blog writes a post to shed light to the ever demanding corporate culture in Bangladesh,...

Hong Kong: Election Video

Japan and South Korea: Busan or Takeshima

Malaysia: Sex, lies, murder, and politics

Malaysian politics are sizzling with sex intrigues, murder accusations, scandalous lies and intra-party squabbles. The political crisis has angered many young Malaysians, especially bloggers.

China and U.S: Holdings of U.S Securities