Posts Tagged ‘china’
- BlogTO asks what Kensington Market’s future is. The consensus in the comments seems to be that it really needs to shake up and clean up.
- Eastern Approaches notes the cleanish elections in Albania, a country seeking eventual European Union membership.
- Guest blogger at Lawyers, Guns and Money Colin Snider observes that one interesting thing about the recent mass protests in Brazil is the way that they have mobilized society generally.
- Marginal Revolution’s Tyler Cowen notes that the growth in divorce rates in China is more rapid than the growth in marriage rates.
- At Maximos Web, the author considers how Bali has been transformed by progress and development.
- New APPS Blog’s Mohan Matthen considers the philosophy and the history of the restaurant.
- Registan considers the roles of first Russia then a more pragmatic China in helping the United States deal with Afghanistan.
- Zero Geography’s Mark Graham points and links to a new paper of his mapping the appearances of geotagged zombie outbreaks as a marker of social change.
Written by Randy McDonald
June 25, 2013 at 7:28 pm
Tagged with afghanistan, albania, albanians, bali, brazil, china, clash of ideologies, democracy, feminism, gender, geopolitics, indonesia, internet, kensington market, maps, marriage rights, neighbourhoods, philosophy, popular culture, restaurants, russia, toronto, united states, Urban Note, zombies