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17 December 2020
The economic and military grwoth of China
It will take China only fifteen years before it develops capabilities to fight extended foreign wars. A report to the…
28 November 2020
Mapping biodiversity, bees and smells
Mumbai, a metropolis of 20 million inhabitants, just got its first biodiversity map. The Indian cartoonist, Rohan Chakravarty, created the…
26 November 2020
The biggest regional free-trade agreement
Bloomberg Economics have forecasted potential GDP through 2050 for 39 countries, from the U.S. to Ghana. The forecast claims that…
13 November 2020
Green companies during crisis and troubles of Russian wine farmers
It pays off to be “green”. The companies more engaged in the ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance) initiatives are…
6 November 2020
Turkey vs Greece dispute and alleged terrorism in Venezuela
Turkish authorities stated that they would extend seismic exploration in the disputed area of the Eastern Mediterranean until November 4th.…
16 October 2020
Insect farming and AI in pig breeding
The U.K’s government backed a project of a large-scale insect farming to make animal and pet food with 10 million…
9 October 2020
USA counters Chinese and Russian influences
China will take over the number one superpower position from America if the USA does not focus on preparing for…
23 September 2020
Illegal shark fins trading and special treatment of gangsters in El Salvador
The government of El Salvador has allegedly offered special treatment to the imprisoned leaders of street gangs in return for…
23 September 2020
Protests in Hungary, Thailand and China
Thousands of Hungarian students formed a several kilometers long human chain in a protest demanding autonomy for the universities. In…
11 January 2019
Tea or Coffee? What a Beverage Tells Us about China today
Chinese people drink 2.1 million tonnes of tea every year. The infusion has defined traditions, history, even maps. Surprisingly, in…
26 December 2018
40 years later – from “Made in China” to Makers Land
December 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of Chinese reforms and opening-up policy that transformed the country forever. Shenzhen city was…
4 December 2018
Paying for Fried Chicken with the Face: A Journey around the Biometric Landscape in China
A customer orders crispy fried chicken using one of the screens at a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) in Shenzhen. At…

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