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November 25, 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. Previous editions can be found here.
This edition contains HK's ripoff Disneyland, potential Chinese political parties, fake coffee, Wal-Mart giving in to China and bringing down Kim Jong-il, a neat summary of the Taiwan problem, The Economist getting Confucius wrong, a 6 point plan for NK, a letter from a former Straits Times writer, everything you wanted to know about Maoists today plus plenty more...
Hong Kong, China and Taiwan
Korea and Japan
SE and Other Asia
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Who's your daddy?
Excerpt: Simon World links to this entry at The Marmot's Hole about a Korean-Filipino's unorthodox attempt to locate her father in the Land of the Morning Calm.
Weblog: Tales of the Un Lawyer
Tracked: November 28, 2004 11:34 AM
TMV's Monday Mania
Excerpt: It's time for Monday Mania, when The Moderate Voice gives you a virtual Hometown Buffet (but it's fresher and less fattening) of links to interesting posts to help you get your work week off to a thought-provoking start. Note that
Weblog: The Moderate Voice
Tracked: November 29, 2004 01:39 PM
Simon's China and East Asia Briefing: 30th Nov 2004
Excerpt: The following is a digest of highlights from the past month's Asia by Blog series over at simonworld.mu.nu. The round-up has four key areas of focus: China, Taiwan & Hong Kong (Politics, Economy & lifestyle, History sport & culture, Information), Korea...
Weblog: Winds of Change.NET
Tracked: November 30, 2004 01:52 PM
Simon World's Roundup
Excerpt: Just a reminder: even if it's blocked on your school server, as it is on mine, the roundup over at Simon World is always worth checking out. Simon linked to one of my posts on this one, and he's got...
Tracked: December 8, 2004 07:32 PM