May 20, 2004
Asia by Blog
Even Glenn Reynolds is taking more notice of Asia. Lots of interesting links from around Asia in the last few days, including two Instalanches...
The first Instalanche is for Marmot's interesting satellite picture of North Korea. "Where's the fire?" Oranckay finds the quietest place in North Korea. This week also marked the anniversary of the May 1980 riots. Marmot remembers. Flying Yangban notes important comments by Paul Wolfowitz on America's troops in Korea and says it is no surprise some troops are moving out..
ALN reports that China is adopting America's favourite sport, Wal-Mart bashing, as its own.
Adam sees through John Kerry's China "policy".
Fons talks about those looking to work as journalists in China.
Richard talks about another "quiet" trial of a Chinese cyber-dissident.
Lastly Nicholas takes us behind the front lines in Sinapore.posted by Simon on 05.20.04 at 03:32 PM in the Asia by blog category.
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Thanks for these regular updates. They're very useful.posted by: Michael Darragh on 05.20.04 at 07:46 PM [permalink]
Simon, you're doing a great job on this.posted by: Michael on 05.20.04 at 11:43 PM [permalink]
Thanks.posted by: Simon on 05.21.04 at 09:11 AM [permalink]
great joy being here...posted by: Sina Melissa on 09.06.04 at 05:19 PM [permalink]