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6 April 2012

Stories from 6 April 2012

Argentina: Interviews from the Mapuche Nation's Meeting on Environmental Conflicts

Laos: Creative Minds Come Together to Produce Children's Programming

Global Voices Podcast: The Good and Bad of Online Campaigns

In this edition we have company in the voice of co-host Yazan Badran, a Global Voices author from Syria based in Japan. The topic this month is global social media...

Is Basketball's Jeremy Lin the Light of Taiwan?

From a benchwarmer to an NBA player who led the New York Knicks to seven consecutive victories, Jeremy Lin's inspiring Cinderella story has incited “Linsanity” in Taiwan. All major newspapers...

Taiwan: A Family's Forced Eviction Casts Shadow on Urban Renewal Act

The outraging eviction of Wang family executed by Taipei City government showed the public how fragile citizens' private rights is in front of the urban renewal projects. More and more...

Argentina: The Price of the Popular Yerba Mate Goes Up

Mate is a deep-rooted tradition in Argentina that begins in adolescence and continues on through adulthood. A price increase in the yerba mate (the leaf used to make the beverage)...

Uganda: LRA Rebels React to KONY 2012 Video

China: No Fishes for Chinese Fishermen

Armenia: Straight to the village

With a GDP per capita estimated at just $5,400 in 2011, Armenia is one of the poorest countries in the former Soviet Union. The situation is particularly noticeable in the...

‘Anonymous’ Aims at Hacking China

Russia: Blogger Dmitri Shipilov Convicted of “Insulting a State Official”

RuNet Echo

Earlier this week, on April 3, 2012, a Kemerovo court convicted blogger Dmitri Shipilov of violating Article 319 of the Criminal Code, “insulting a state official in public.” What did...

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