Stories from 8 March 2010
Established in October 2007, the Women Web Portal is the first web portal in Khmer language in Cambodia that provides information about gender issues and women rights. GV author Sopheap Chak discusses the work and impact of this website
A joint project between Global Voices and BBC News as part of the BBC's SuperPower season begins today. For two weeks, we'll be adding citizen media links within BBC news stories, while sharing off-the-radar stories from our own newsroom with BBC editors and reporters.
The decision of the Indonesian government to bail out Century Bank two years ago has sparked a political crisis after majority of Parliament members voted that the bail out was illegitimate. Here are the reactions of bloggers and twitterers
A member of the National People’s Congress suggested quick legislative action Mar. 6 on a resolution that would close Chinese internet cafes between midnight and 8 a.m. People’s Representative Gao Wanneng called for a “zero-hour cutoff” for internet cafes due to long-term internet addition in Chinese youth. Gao said such...
A rare chance yesterday at interviewing a top official during this year's Two Sessions in Beijing ended for one reporter in being berated in front of her peers, having her audio recording device confiscated and job threatened.
Tokyo Green Space has a photo essay on a Miso making party.
David Webb criticized the HK's government's practice of giving media briefing in anonymity in order to avoid accountability to the public.