1998 Asian Games - Virtually Live Audio

Coverage of the 1998 Asian Games 
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December 3
Getting ready for the flame and looking for the Pusan Gang...

December 4
Celebrate the Eve of His Majesty's Birthday with this 'noise making' report from Bangkok.

December 5
Getting a kick out of birthday celebrations! Parades, fireworks, and some hard hitting entertainment.

December 7
Getting into the swing of 
things as Korea grabs silver

December 8
On the Road with the 
Pusan2002 organizers

December 9
Tae Kwon Don't -
Flying feet & Sitting strikes
 December 12
A day of grace, power, and finger lickin' good political statements!
 December 14
The Red Devils' heart breaking loss
Thrill of Victory - Dec. 16
December 16
Koreans have plenty to cheer as their medal count continues to climb

December 18
Many Chaiyo dolls handed out as the finals wrap up and the Mayor of Pusan arrives to receive the Asian Games torch
December 19
The Silom Street Carnival provides a festive end to the Games as Pusan takes its place of honor in a bizarrely Bangkok Parade

Interviews   -   Our conversations with some of the people who will make the 2002 Asian Games happen.

Audio Postcards


The Worldbridges Manifesto (circa 1998)

Below are excerpts from my first public attempt (in August 1998) to answer the question, "What is Worldbridges?".  This was sent as an email to a few dozen of my friends and interested parties.   I wince a bit when I read this - combination of seeing my naivete and lack of adequate organization in print along with realizing how short this first arrow fell.  Still, the Worldbridges vision hasn't changed that much since I wrote this from Hello Internet Cafe in Bangkok.

The Won Report - my first published audio

Pusanw­eb's First Audio Report
December 1997

We've begun experimenting with Sound.
In order to listen, you will need to download
and install the latest version of Real Player.
Please contact us if you have any problems installing this
or receiving sound files from Pusanweb.

Our first report asks two questions that
get talked about a lot these days.
How has the fall of the won effected you?
What do you think will happen to the Korean economy?

To listen, click here.


The first answer to "What is Worldbridges?" (Nov. 1997)

What is Worldbridges?

Worldbridges is a collection of connections- personal, social, spiritual, educational, environmental, political, and economic.

Websites, Learning Materials, Informative/Instructional/Entertaining

Videos & CD-ROMS



Building and supporting the informational and interpersonal structures that connect us…to each other


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