Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Daily Links, Feb 15, 2011

Another week, another collection of links. The Democrats Abroad annual meeting and elections will be held at the end of March, I'll post on it tonight. The venue is not yet decided.

OPPORTUNITY: The Pingtung County Government is looking for a foreign blogger to spend 15 days travelling in Pingtung between 20 March and 20 April. You need to write posts on your blog about places you visit and will be paid for it. Contact David Reid at David on Formosa if you are interested and he will put you in touch with the organisers. (MT: Does the county government think we have no day jobs?)

Don't miss the comments below! And check out my blog and its sidebars for events, links to previous posts and picture posts, and scores of links to other Taiwan blogs and forums! Delenda est, baby.


Karl said...

From the Taipei Times shoreline article: "At the moment, 55.5 percent of Taiwan’s coastline has been cemented, about 0.1 percent more than in 2008."

I'll take 'shenanigans' for 500, Alex.

Anonymous said...

This deserves more attention:

"US to cut VOA broadcasts in Chinese"


Michael Turton said...

Going to blog on that today. BBC is also shutting down Mandarin services.