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Lifting lines in Bangladesh is encouraged, with good reason

— Copydesh

Afsana looked tense. It was her first graduate class at a Bangladeshi university, and this was a review of her first assignment. I was an instructor. “How well do you think you did?” I asked as she sat down. “I don’t know,” she said. “I did the best I could.”

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Slip pre-loaded USB drives in your pants to haul censored pages back to Communist China

— Contraband Library