January 28, 2005
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 a Korean drinking guide, the controversy over "Tsunami Song", HK's pliant press, Zhao Ziyang's funeral, North Korean's Pakistani purchases and plenty more...
The round-up has four key areas of focus:
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Excerpt: One of the big stories this week is that the Supreme Court of Japan ruled that it was not unconstitutional for the government of Tokyo Metro (an entity equal in status to a prefecture, though I realize I've just made...
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It's in no way a state funeral. It's an invitation-only ceremony with no government cadres, no public and, of course, no foreign reporters. As expected, a very low-profile body-farewell. In the dark.posted by: e.r. on 01.28.05 at 11:18 PM [permalink]