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8 May 2007

Daily archive · 5 posts

Stories from 8 May 2007

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Myanmar: Photos and Links Roundup

This week I came across a few good photos from Myanmar Bloggers so I compiled them as photo and link round up post. This image is from fifty viss blog...

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Trinidad & Tobago: The Enigma of V.S. Naipaul

Recently, Nobel-prize-winning author Sir VS Naipaul paid a visit to Trinidad and Tobago, the country of his birth, the place from which he migrated as a young man to England,...

Malawi: feel-good factor, bumper harvest, and vampire stories

Having just returned from a short visit to Malawi, it is almost impossible not to write about the general sense of optimism the country is awash in especially in the...

Guatemala: Town's oldest school to be demolished…and teachers on strike

A local school in San Pedro La Laguna in Guatemala is about to be demolished, and in its place, a new market built. This brings about questions about the status...

Taiwan: Olympic torch relay-through Taiwan or not?

2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China will have a fabulous start: the route of the Olympic torch relay will be the longest in the history (85000 miles, 130 days). However,...

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