Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Multilingual Media Spurs a New Change in Korean Society

Foreign workers in Korea can now speak their minds more than before.

Internet Broadcast for Migrant Workers (IBMK) the first independent alternative medium for migrant workers in Korea, announced early this month that its Web site will go multilingual. Aside from Korean, the site will offer services in six other languages: English, Chinese, Thai, Russian, Vietnamese and Nepali.

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