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Multilingual Service For the Mega-Earthquake in Japan

Are you a non-Japanese speaker who would like information about someone affected by the major earthquake that hit Japan last weekend? Please read this article. A translation service provides updated information regarding the situation in Japan. The languages include, but are not limited to, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and more.

A Trade Victory Made In America

Thanks to some intelligent and aggressive decisions by the U.S. Export-Import Bank and the leading industrialized nations, 150 new locomotives in Pakistan will be labeled “Made in the U.S.A” rather than “Made in China.” Pakistan wanted to go with General Electric Co., instead of a Chinese competitor, even though the Chinese railcars were 30 to 50 percent cheaper. But there was one big caveat: Pakistan was only willing to give GE its business if the U.S. could match the financing terms China offered.

Nigeria: A Nation Adrift?

In Christianity, we see drifting as a fearful occurrence. Fearful because men do not backslide, become atheists or swindlers at a leap. It is a slow occurrence. You gradually walk into it until the worst happens. In reality people who go adrift are nice, amiable and well meaning individuals with no intention of wrongdoing; with perhaps no very strong resolution to go right.

As The British Royals Stream the Royal Wedding Live, They Also Come Into The Internet Age

Excitement just keeps building for the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. Part of the reason that people are so stoked about it is that they will be able to, for the first time in history, watch a royal wedding live online. From the moment that the royal family released news of the engagement, it’s been a very Internet and web friendly affair.

Social Media and Internet Censorship in China

It seems that only after living in China for an extended period of time has the internet censorship in China begun to affect my way of living. Personally, I rarely use Facebook, Blogger, MySpace or any other form of recent years’ social media, so my initial arrival in China was quite smooth. Many expats every year are disheartened by their refused access to these sites. It seems that coming to China not only challenges Westerners to accept a new culture and a new way of living, but also challenges them to give up some of the every-day things from back home.

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