Journalism

Another demonstration in France Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.06

It was supposed to be a true revolution. Another one.

Jean Pierre Treiber : the Great Escape Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.06

Today, a death is on everybody’s lips in France: Jean Pierre Treiber killed himself in his cell.

Abusive Legal Procedure Against Freelance Journalist Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.06

The Tokyo National Lawyers’ Hall is uncomfortably quiet. No Japanese journalist has come to the audition. Hiromichi Ugaya’s trial unravels, unnoticed by his peers.

Is Korea a sexist country ? Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.06

Recently, foreign media have stated, however, that sexism in Korea is disappearing, that the country has demonstrated its willingness to become more progressive by electing a woman, Park Geun-Hye, at its head.

La Corée est-elle in pays sexiste ? Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.28

On dit pourtant que le sexisme en Corée disparaît ; on affirme que le pays a démontré sa volonté de s’annoncer progressif en élisant une femme, Park Geun-Hye, à sa tête. Sauf que pour les coréens, cette femme n’en est pas une.

La loi du Keitai Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.28

Le Keitai, instrument essentiel à l’insertion sociale au Japon, est régulé par plusieurs organismes qui n’hésitent pas à entretenir la paranoïa ambiante à Tokyo.

Victimisation de l’étranger Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.28

Aujourd’hui, j’ai lu un de ces énièmes articles qui racontent les difficultés des femmes étrangères qui vivent en Corée du Sud.

South Korea & the closed web Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 12.45.06

When I chose to move to South Korea, I was envied by a few. It wasn’t intense jealousy, but it was there. Dude, Korea! Your computer’s going to take off like a rocket, imagine that : the fastest Internet of the world!