Shyn

Shyn

 

(Pravda), a Tuvinian-language newspaper of the Tuva ASSR. Shyn was founded Aug. 31, 1925, under the name Erge cholee bukhii Tuva (Liberated Tuva), and in September of the same year it was renamed Tyvanyn arattyn shyny (Pravda of the Tuvinian Arai). Since 1931 it has been called Shyn. The newspaper, which was published in Mongolian until 1930, comes out in Kyzyl six times a week. Circulation, 1,700 (1977). Shyn was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor in 1975.

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Singapore's Phua Shyn Ee sailed her boat to win double victory, taking both the girls individual title among Asian countries and in overall among Asian and non-Asian nations.
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He's just making fun of people who act that way," Shyn said.
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