An interesting encounter with a Russian blogger
I know Online levitra my post on cross-cultural relationships continues to get a lot of hits from Google searches. Must be a lot of people out there either in cross-cultural relationships or interested in getting into one. So I guess I shouldn’t be as surprised as I was to receive an email from a Russian reader of my blog who came across this post.
Dear Mr. Kenneth Leong!
My name is May Kim, I am from Russia.
I made a post based on your article – Cross cultural relationships – http://blogimira.ru/novaya-zelandiya-vzaimoproniknovenie-kultur/.
It drew my attention because my son’s father is Russian, so he is half-Russian, half-Korean. I get interested in the problems of cross-cultural relationships.
My blog – www.blogimira.ru – is about various life aspects from international blogs. I ask bloggers from different countries to answer my interview questions.
I realize you to be very busy, but I would like to ask you whether you could be so kind as to give my blog the interview. I am sure that it will be very interesting and thrilling for Russian bloggers to read your interview which will be addressed personally to the Russian audience.
It took me over a month to get round to it, but I obliged. So here is the English version of the interview questions, followed by my answers. For those of you who read Russian, read the full version here.
1. 5 words associated with the word “Russia”.
2. What is the most relevant thing in blogging?
3. What are the most important conceptual and structural blog-universals?
without traffic, a blog is not a blog; it’s a diary.
4. What are the possible directions in blog development?
5. What does blogging give you?
6. What do you dislike in blogging?
7. How would you characterize female blogging?
8. In what way does a NZ blogger relax (music, movie, books, etc)?
9. What do you know about Internet and blogging in Russia?
10. What would you wish to bloggers in Russia?
Write some interesting articles (in English if possible) on Russian culture and your perception of New Zealanders and other foreign cultures.