11. 12. 2013

China’s internet cafes are dying. Here’s 5 ways that could that affect the gaming scene

Since the beginning of video gaming in China, internet cafes have played an integral role in the development of the country’s gaming culture. For many of China’s gamers, they were the only way...

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11. 12. 2013

After Shanghai Disappears Under a Blanket of Smog, State Media Touts It as a “Defensive Advantage”

Severe air pollution brings China’s financial hub to its knees as news outlets criticized over positive coverage. Record-breaking smog has crippled Shanghai in recent days, disrupting more than 100 flights and leading to a 26...

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11. 12. 2013

Will China expel foreign journalists?

Is China preparing for a mass expulsion of foreign correspondents? Even to ask the question sounds faintly ridiculous. Surely not. Not in this day of the internet and global communications. Not the new,...

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10. 12. 2013

Letter from Beijing: disasters, opportunities and inspiration

From choking air pollution and corruption to the scaling up of the green agenda, Simon Zadek reflects on his year in China. “Scale is the ‘unreasonable challenge’ we must meet to drive forward sustainability“, I argued in...

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10. 12. 2013

Event (London): Are the values & attitudes of all Chinese groups in the UK, the same?

Calling everyone who is Chinese, whether BBC, from Mainland China studying or working here, or from HK, Taiwan, Singapore or Malaysia. We are very keen to hear your views so please do please...

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10. 12. 2013

EXHIBITION: Beijing Silvermine 北京银矿 by Thomas Sauvin

Coming soon in January, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art presents Beijing Silvermine, a unique photographic portrait of the Chinese capital and the life of its inhabitants in the decades following the Cultural Revolution....

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