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Preetam Rai · October, 2007

I am an educator and technologist always on the move. Working on bringing Africa and Asia closer.

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Latest posts by Preetam Rai from October, 2007

Philippines: Spanish Contribution

Jerome Herrera feels history books do not give enough credit to the Spanish contribution to the Philippines.

Myanmar: Burmese Ghosts

Start worrying if you are in Myanmar and the dogs start howling near your house at night.

Malaysia: Forum For Malaysian Unity

Lucia Lai is inviting Malaysians for a solidarity get together in Penang this weekend.

East Timor: Miracle

TimorSunshine thinks every child born in East Timor is a miracle.

Singapore: Blog Advertising

Pricilla Tan does not want to place ads on her blog and discusses blog ads with fellow Singaporean bloggers.

Laos: Farmers Might Need Help

Lao Voices has images from Laos where farmers are trying to save their harvest from flooding earlier this month.

Malaysia: Sex Education Lessons From Malaysia

Cakap Tak Serupa Bikin is happy that Malaysia beats its southern neighbor in at least one area.

Malaysia: Kolo Mee

Clare Eng in Eastern Malaysia has taken a liking to Kolo Mee

Singapore: 377A Debate

Kevin Lim takes a look at the online debate in Singapore on keeping or repealing a law that makes homosexual sex an offence.

Indonesia: Proud To Be An Indonesian Blogger

Indonesian blogger Imam Brotoseno has created a fan video for the Indonesian bloggers summit to be held in Jakarta on 27th October. (via Unspun)

Malaysia: Former Leader Protecting Whistleblower

The Malaysian says former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar may face charges if he fails to reveal the whistle blower who secretly recorded a video that features lawyer brokering a...

Malaysia: Sucide Bombing Is UnIslamic

Mahaguru88 comments on the recent suicide bombing in Pakistan and questions the act of suicide bombing and its use by certain groups.

Malaysia: AstroNot

KurtLow is wondering why Malaysian media is calling the first Malaysian in space an astronaut when the space mission web site just refers to him as an participant.

Malaysia: Egg Noodles From Kuching

Eating Asia takes us to Kuching in Malaysian Borneo to meet a family that has been making Egg Noodles for three generations.

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The Malaysian says former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar may face charges if he fails to reveal the whistle blower who secretly recorded a video that features lawyer brokering a...

Malaysia: Archeological Site Near Penang

The South East Asian Archeology blog takes us to a site near Penang in Malaysia which is even older than the famous Angkor Temples of Cambodia.

Vietnam: Local Portal Site Launched

Azngamerboi announces the launch of a new Vietnamese portal site that he hopes will give Yahoo, MSN and Google a run for their money.

Cambodia: Prostitution in Cambodia

Uncle Sok encounters prostitution in Phnom Penh and requests the authorities to clean it up. (via DAS)

Cambodia: Investor Arrested for Sex Crime Against Minors

Details are Sketchy informs of a Russian Investor who has been arrested in Cambodia for allegedly having sex with minors.

Thailand: Drug Abuse and Enforcement in Thailand

Real Life Thailand looks at the state of Drug Abuse and Law Enforcement in relation to Drugs related offences in Thailand.

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