Stories from 1 January 2014
A list of ten news stories which have provoked indignation, mobilisation and even outbursts of laughter, which sum up the year 2013 in Spain.
Members of Ecuador’s elite police force raided the home of lawyer Fernando Villavicencio after a court order from the Attorney General ordered authorities to seize personal computers and cell phones.
The blog Útero.pe presents the list of the ten Peruvian most talked about events [es] on social networks during 2013, made up thanks to votes by the readers: Sinceramente estábamos esperando que alguien más haga este ránking. Pero como nadie lo hizo, aquí vamos nosotros. La idea fue elaborar una...
A New Year’s Eve party was turned into a protest event as thousands of Malaysians voiced their opposition to looming price hikes in several basic goods and services.
TeaLeafNation has analyzed six trends in 2013 that will continue to transform China in 2014 both socially and economically. There are: 1 Political discussions are retreating back into private sphere such as WeChat. 2 Mainland Chinese shows and products have become popular in Taiwan. 3 Fewer Chinese people will learn English. 4 China’s massive...
2013 is a year of transition for China, politically, economically and socially. Offbeat China has reviewed important news and events that have happened in China in the past 12 months.