Building research plan

The research project aims to explore an existing global political society and the dynamic process of its internal construction. Internet favors the political dimension of World-society. It is on the Wikipedia that we specifically study the interesting global subjects. Wikipedia demonstrates the interactions between the spatial practices of individuals (culturally, politically, and morally) and the emerging global space as a whole. Hence, we raise the … Continue reading Building research plan

Yang Fudong – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yang Fudong (杨福东 born 1971 in Beijing)[1] Yang Fudong was born in Beijing, China, in 1971. He is considered one of China’s most well-known cinematographer and photographer. He is considered one of the brightest young stars in China and the greatest film writer to come out of China ever. Yang first started training to be a painter in the China Academy of Fine Arts in … Continue reading Yang Fudong – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It’s Nice That | Guy Billout’s brilliantly ironic illustrations make the ordinary extraordinary

Guy Billout’s topsy-turvy illustrations subvert our perception of the world with clever twists and ironic flourishes. French-born Guy came to New York in 1969 and has worked as an illustrator ever since, but it’s taken us until now to celebrate his magnificent work on the site. Offering a subtle but thought-provoking approach to editorial illustration, Guy’s work has been featured in publications including The New … Continue reading It’s Nice That | Guy Billout’s brilliantly ironic illustrations make the ordinary extraordinary

Restaurants have a huge food waste problem; could an app help? | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian

One third of all food produced for human consumption isn’t eaten, and the hospitality sector is an important contributor to food waste. The Winnow System “smart meter” aims to tackle the problem by helping chefs measure and analyse the food they’re putting in the bin. They can use a tablet app to identify the types of food they’re throwing away, and, combined with data collected … Continue reading Restaurants have a huge food waste problem; could an app help? | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian