Posts Tagged: Korea

The end of an era passes with Roh

[Column] The end of an era passes with Roh Kim Sang-bong, Professor of Philosophy, Chonnam National University When I first heard the news that he had thrown himself off a cliff in the mountains behind the village, I knew that

The end of an era passes with Roh

[Column] The end of an era passes with Roh Kim Sang-bong, Professor of Philosophy, Chonnam National University When I first heard the news that he had thrown himself off a cliff in the mountains behind the village, I knew that

S. Korea’s bulldozer buries media dissent

http://blogs.newamericamedia.org/nam-round-table/1542/s-koreas-bulldozer-buries-media-dissent posted on jan 08, 2009 06:59:04 pm by peter schurmann [ filed under: asia  media ] South Korean authorities arrested an unemployed man on Wednesday suspected of being the author of a series of online postings critical of the government’s economic policy.

S. Korea’s bulldozer buries media dissent

http://blogs.newamericamedia.org/nam-round-table/1542/s-koreas-bulldozer-buries-media-dissent posted on jan 08, 2009 06:59:04 pm by peter schurmann [ filed under: asia  media ] South Korean authorities arrested an unemployed man on Wednesday suspected of being the author of a series of online postings critical of the government’s economic policy.

Beef Politics and Candlelight Revolution

  Beef Politics In April 2008, while the whole domestic media in the U.S. focused on the Pope’s visit, newly elected Korean President Lee Myung-bak also visited the country. Though he was not much welcomed by the U.S. media, he

Beef Politics and Candlelight Revolution

  Beef Politics In April 2008, while the whole domestic media in the U.S. focused on the Pope’s visit, newly elected Korean President Lee Myung-bak also visited the country. Though he was not much welcomed by the U.S. media, he