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Korea Times says Brits can’t donate blood to save a Korean with cancer because we’ve got mad cow disease http://bit.ly/dqku2r # Keywords: General post tags: Mad Cows

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The King Baeksu counterblast to Amnesty International

by Philip Gowman 28 July 2008
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J Scott Burgeson, aka Scott Bug, aka King Baeksu, has been monitoring the protests in Seoul pretty much nightly since they started. He’s been filing some detailed and extended eyewitness accounts over on his bulletin board. A week or so ago Amnesty International called for the “excessive force” used by South Korean police “against peaceful […]

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Candle-lit vigil in central London

by Philip Gowman 8 June 2008
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It is the weekend when Korean culture is on display in Central London: today sees the Dano Korea Summer Festival, with traditional dancing, food, fan-making and more contemporary music in Trafalgar Square. Last night another traditional Korean activity was on show – the street protest. An estimated 250 Koreans gathered in Whitehall opposite Downing Street […]

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Mad Cows: President Lee’s apology

by Philip Gowman 24 May 2008
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The following is the full text of President Lee Myung-bak’s statement in a live TV broadcast at Cheong Wa Dae on 22 May to address the resumption of U.S. beef imports and ratification of the Korea-U.S. FTA. Courtesy of the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOIS). For those who haven’t been following the Mad Cow […]

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