December 07, 2004
Asia by Blog
Asia by Blog is a twice weekly feature, usually 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 MS spaces censored, Uyghurs and Islam, North Korean beauties, a bird drop in Thailand, dead Singaporean gamblers, the new Chinese IBM, the real meaning of 'Made in China', Christmas in China plus plenty more...
The 2004 Asia Blog Awards nominations have begun. There are plenty great Asian blogs, so get busy and get nominating. Also the voting has begun in the World Blog Awards, including the Asia section. You can vote once a day and I have been nominated amongst some elite company. So go nominate and vote; then check out the links below...
The round-up has four key areas of focus:
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An Asia roundup
Excerpt: For those of you who don't follow Asia doing closely but want to keep abreast of goings on, the best place I've found by far is Simon World's twice-weekly roundup of Asia blogs (and blogs writing about things Asia...
Weblog: chez Nadezhda
Tracked: December 7, 2004 11:48 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
Tron Comes to Life in Japan
Excerpt: Ok, now they're just overcompensating! Ok, for more Asia news go read Simon....
Weblog: The Jawa Report
Tracked: December 10, 2004 05:12 AM
Here's one from the north of Sri Lanka: photos and such, not too derivative, see what you think.
PS damn tricky getting past your comment submission filter due to the two letters before .com in my urlposted by: Fred on 12.09.04 at 01:46 AM [permalink]