by Samuel Wade | Mar 2, 2012
At Smart Planet, Tom Hancock reports on the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs’ use of Google Maps to catalogue pollution cases: A crowd of blue markers covering the map show the location of each firm, and the...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 15, 2011
As reported on Monday, the Jiangsu village of Huaxi recently unveiled a 328-metre skyscraper, crowned with a golden disco ball and housing a one-ton solid gold ox. The Guardian has now published a video report on the village and...
by Paulina Hartono | May 7, 2011
A previously undiscovered portion of the Great Wall was found in Liaoning. From AFP: Chinese archaeologists have uncovered previously unknown Great Wall ruins in a mountainous area in northeast China, state media reported...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 30, 2010
An overview in The Los Angeles Times of the colossal South-North Water Diversion includes a variety of perspectives on the project: “This is on a par with the Great Wall, a project essential for the survival of China,” said Wang...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 18, 2009
David Gosset is director of the Euro-China Center for International and Business Relations at CEIBS, Shanghai, and founder of the Euro-China Forum. He writes in the Asia Times Online: Most of the media reports will not present a...
by Sophia Cao | Feb 12, 2009
Youtube carries a documentary about the Great Wall of China. Below is part of the video introduction of the Great Wall: The Great Wall of China is a series of stone and earthen fortifications in China, built, rebuilt, and...
by Wu Nan | Oct 7, 2007
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