Around the Grounds is Australian radio – and later, TV – footy parlance for live, ground by ground score updates during a half-time or quarter-time break. I thought I’d extend this concept to the blogosphere and have a quick look at what some of the bloggers I regularly read or check up on are blogging about this week.
- Robert over at The Marmot’s Hole comments on famous, or should I say infamous, naturalised Japanese citizen, Debito Arudou’s piece on the everyday ‘microagressions’ which can bemuse, frustrate and aggravate expats, naturalised citizens and long-term lurkers in East Asia.
- Nick at Shards of China examines China’s Little Emperor Syndrome.
- James over at bingbing asks the valid question, ‘Why on Earth would anyone want to eat dead baby flesh capsules?‘ in reaction to the very disturbing case of dead baby flesh being detected in smuggled capsules imported from China in South Korea.
- While, Aodan at Today’s Sensitive Man looks at the prospect of driverless cars.