Latest posts by hj barraza
Some pictures by photographer Manny Santiago collected under the title Best & Worst of the Japanese decade.
John responds to a statement by South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit that Southerners should form an independent state. President Mayardit said, “If South Sudanese want to remain as second class citizens, let them vote for unity in the referendum in 2011. And if they want to be free, they...
Amreekan Desi has some practical information for the non resident Indians who are trying to go back to their motherland to settle there.
Mighty African celebrates the emergence of Ghanaian movie industry: Ghanaian movies are starting to gun for awards. Revele Productions’ ‘Run Baby Run’ has been the most successful movie to date while Agony of the Christ picked up a bunch of nominations at the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAAs).
American doctoral student, Martha Webber, blogs about her experience in South Africa: “Bypassing the braai (the very popular Afrikaans barbecue), I finally got to try some of the Indian food I had heard so much about before arriving in Durban. The city and its surrounding areas has a population of...
The state of Tabasco was hit hard by heavy rains and subsequent flooding. As has been the case with many recent natural disasters, bloggers in Mexico have pulled together showing support for the victims and spreading the information on how and where to help.
“Eyes on Zimbabwe is a new feature on Zimbabwe on the Open Society Institute website. They are trying to raise awareness about the crisis in Zimbabwe in advance of Parliamentary, Presidential and local government elections to be held next year,” via Kubatana blog.