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Masha Egupova · December, 2010

was born and grew up in Vladivostok, a city in the Russian Far East. She graduated from the Far Eastern National University in Vladivostok, Russia and Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Her main research interests are in the media communication field, print media analysis, media-Internet relations, and the challenges new Internet media present to traditional media. Besides that she is interested in covering the stories from Vladivostok, her home town.

You can find my personal blog here: http://mashavladivostok.wordpress.com/

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Latest posts by Masha Egupova from December, 2010

27 December 2010

Russia: How Vladivostok Christmas Tree Craziness Made Me Laugh

RuNet Echo

People in Vladivostok never lose their sense of humor. Otherwise one would be in the perpetual state of depression. They laugh about everything from nerve-racking traffic jams and alarming snow...

1 December 2010

Russia: Online Reactions to Korean Skirmish

RuNet Echo

People in Russia's eastern-most region Primorsky Krai followed the news of an exchange of fire between North Korea and South Korea on November 23 with special concern over the possibility...