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  • ... first nuclear attack with Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe . Obama’s communications adviser Ben Rhodes said that Obama’s time in ...
  • ... as transcripts from NHK Japan reports. For more LinkAsia blogs and articles, please visit the LinkAsia Storify page. ...
  • ... to the trends and conversations rising through Asia's blogs and social media. LinkAsia's host, award-winning journalist Thuy Vu, ...
  • ... to the present psychosis. Because of all this, blogs are a better option for ? nding out what places to avoid, tips for ... masses whose ranks we've let swell. And then the blogs of the people who think "it's hard to stay quiet when it hits so close ...
  • "Crossfader Playlist" features a sampler of the blog posts, essays, and digital riffs of Tijuana writer Rafa Saavedra. The third installment of an excerpt from Josh Kun and Fiamma Montezemolo's upcoming anthology, Tijuana Dreaming: Art and Life at the Global Border.
  • ... media represented by the now almost five hundred active blogs documenting life in Tijuana from every possible angle. Perhaps some of ...
  • "Crossfader Playlist" features a sampler of the blog posts, essays, and digital riffs of Tijuana writer Rafa Saavedra. The second installment of an excerpt from Josh Kun and Fiamma Montezemolo's upcoming anthology, Tijuana Dreaming: Art and Life at the Global Border.
  • Social Entrepreneur: Sir Fazle Hasan Abed - Founder of BRAC - In the early 1970s, after years abroad, Fazle Hasan Abed returned home to Bangladesh, a newly-independent country. He found a nation in ruins, and he determined to help improve people's lives. "Education is the key to development, growth and prospects and opportunities for every child." GLOBAL 3000 profiles Sir Fazle Hasan Abed,...
  • Social Entrepreneur: Sir Fazle Hasan Abed - Founder of BRAC - "Education is the key to development, growth and prospects and opportunities for every child." Global 3000 profiles Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, founder of BRAC, the world's largest NGO. In the early 1970s, after years abroad, Fazle Hasan Abed returned home to Bangladesh, a newly-independent country. He found a nation in ruins, and he...

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