November 04, 2004
Asia by Blog
Asia by Blog is a twice weekly feature, posted on Monday and Thursday, providing links to Asian blogs and their views on the news in this fascinating region. Please send me an email if you would like to be notified of new editions. Previous editions can be found here.
This edition contains riots in China, kimchi, Chinese women's attitudes to sex, tourism in the wrong places, a pre-emptive strike on Australia, Quentin Tarantino's scriptwriter and another use for Coke, plus plenty more.
Hong Kong, China and Taiwan
Korea and Japan
SE and Other Asia
Miscellanyposted by Simon on 11.04.04 at 03:04 PM in the Asia by blog category.
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Simon's latest Asia blog roundup is out. Interesting stuff there on riots in China, kimchi, Chinese women's attitudes to sex, tourism in the wrong places, a ...
Weblog: Dean's World
Tracked: November 4, 2004 11:01 PM
Asia by blog
Excerpt: Man, I have no clue how Simon does it. Anyway, check out his latest Asia by Blog briefing.
Weblog: The Marmot's Hole
Tracked: November 5, 2004 12:53 AM
Pens and Columns
Excerpt: At Simon World there's a post about this bit of news:China's annual pen production now totals 29 billion, accounting for 80 percent of the global market share.Simon notes thatYou never see a pen in the picture of the desperate and...
Tracked: November 6, 2004 12:56 PM
I blog from behind the "kimchi curtain." How can I get "networked?" Please inform.
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