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Sunday, August 12, 2007


The Online Newspaper has chosen a person becoming a Managing Editor on July 13th, 2007. To know who she is, you can read her profil here (24th).

Please, don't be hesitate if you want to leave a comment there.

Thank you and have great day!!!!


dung2x 10:48 AM  

Congratulation bu Editor!!!!!!!! ^^

You deserve it! ^^ May you be an excellent editor! :D

Fida Abbott 1:44 PM  

Thank you Dung2x. You are such a nice person.

Regards from PA

ugyen 7:11 AM  

Hi Fida, How is your blog doing now?? Hope everything is settled now.

Fida Abbott 9:21 AM  

Great Ugyen. Thanks for your attention.

Regards from PA


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