I stumbled upon this piece by Frank Dai, and find the description of the mechanics of self-censorship to be equally entertaining and explicable: All the staff at the Chinese bureaucratical institutions tend to think one thing first before they did anything else: how their bosses will consider? They were always trying to figure out the […]
Det er grafisk og nokså blodig. Samtidig virker det nesten for absurd. Jeg har tenkt på denne siden jeg så den midt på dagen i går, og tenker fortsatt på den. Derfor syns jeg det er en god ytring. Kommer med andre ord tilbake. Hva syns dere? Pedagoger og andre? Den åpenbare samplinga/homagen til Suicide […]
When he addressed the Muslim world from Cairo this spring, his State Department translated the text into 13 languages and hired bike-messengers to hand-deliver recordings to African radio stations. Sasha Issenberg on Barack Obama’s ability to make America’s international reputation an issue ((in Monocle, issue 28, vol. 03, p.044))
It’s a long story.
Empty seats where hard to come by as Jim Cummins paid Oslo University College a visit today, for an inspiring session on Identity in multicultural classrooms. The canadian Prof. focused especially on the importance of approaching multiculturalism, multilingualism and diversity with an open mind, with an eye for the opportunities that lie on such a […]