Tuesday, October 11, 2011

NetActive 11 October 2011

Wall Street Journal (blog)
A look at the most interesting posts on the Wall Street Journal blogs. Young Buck Faces Liquidation: What rhymes with liquidation? That's something Young Buck, a former protégé of 50 Cent, might want to figure out soon, as the bankruptcy trustee ...

Myanmar: Did Thai Prime Minister snub Aung San Suu Kyi?

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Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited Myanmar last week which intrigued some netizens because she failed to meet global democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi. Here are some online reactions translated from Burmese

Bai Ling
::: Naked Seduction 白靈 永恒的诱惑 ::: "I can't hold my joy and excitment my first single " REHAB" is officially out to the world as my resent to all of you, please enjoy it as my song is your best friend, I am just so unblieveblly excited!!!!!!" Find out why!

17 million RMB Luxury Boat Sinks Immediately After Christening -Recently a luxury leisure boat purported to cost over 17 million RMB sank stern first as soon as it entered the water near Lanzhou city in Gansu Province. ...
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