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It’s BlogDay, so here are five blogs from around the world that I just came across. I’ve only read them a little so far, but they seem interesting…

Rajeev’s Random Musings — “Rajeev on books, science, India, world…”

China Snippets – Shanghai Views — Here’s the tagcloud: “china chinese coffee english favorite great local money seems shanghai start street yangshuo”

Madame Chiang — “Madame Chiang is presently based in Manila but her heart remains in Hong Kong, she has lived in many dark and interesting corners of the globe. Many things interest her including (but not limited to) World Affairs, Literature, Art, Life’s Idiosyncracies and Travel.”

It’s Peru, Baby — “Although I’ve always been interested in International Affairs, I never expected I’d move to Peru to be with a man who doesn’t speak English. Nor did I anticipate I’d fall in love with a Spanish speaker whilst I was living in Japan.”

Jakartass — ” The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to the site owner reaching his/her bandwidth limit. Please try again later.”

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The Bobs are back, awarding Best o’ Blog ribbons to blogs in nine languages and thireen categories. Vote here.

2 Responses to “Blogday”

  1. Ta for the plug, but that’s a most bizarre message.

    “Exceeded my bandwidth”??

    I’m hosted by Google/Blogger and have never received that message. I have just had to redo my template however, so maybe that was the problem.

    Still, it’s comments like yours which give encouragement to continue. Once again, thanks.

  2. texas holdem wahrscheinlichkeiten…

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