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Posted in Images on February 21st, 2009 by | Report This Post | FavoriteLoadingClick to Add to favorites
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…because let\’s face it, “north” being “up” and “south” being “down” are completely arbitrary.

World Response to the Results of the 2008 US Presidential Election

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Expat Obama supporters celebrate at the Orange Tree restaurant and bar in Seoul, South Korea.

Hula dancers raise the cheer at Mermaid Plaza in Fukui, Japan.

Japan’s seaside city of Obama also brought out supporters of its presidential namesake.

Obama’s Kenyan relatives, including his step-grandmother Sarah Obama (center top), party in Kogelo village, Kenya, after his victory.

Teachers and students at Obama’s old primary school in Jakarta, Indonesia, react to the win.

Students swing into party mode in Sydney, Australia.

Bhutanese monks take a break at the Dechen Phodrang monastery to watch the election.