A few days ago I read this update on Grey Matters by Eve Selis, being so far away it was not possible to go to the concert, but thanks to Bandcamp I can now contribute and also get access to great music, played and sung by even greater musicians. I recommend you buy the album and contribute to a worthy cause!
I just wish I could take photos like this!
By Lo Shih-hung The US-based global tech giant Apple Inc. is set to hand over the operation of its iCloud data center in mainland China to a local corporation called Guizhou-Cloud Big Data (GCBD) by February 28, 2018. When this transition happens, the local company will become responsible for handling […]
Is this the end of the end?
Port 443 and port 80 has been blocked coming into my home IP for a few months now, but it will be interesting to see if this can be pulled off!
Just remember, China is the beta test for the west!
BEIJING (AP) — China is tightening control over foreign companies’ internet use in a move some worry might disrupt their operations or jeopardize trade secrets as part of a crackdown
We will all have to wait to see how this may or may not affect us, but without a functioning method of bypassing the GFW then many expats, businesses will struggle to enjoy China.
It cannot be denied that a large portion of videos stored on the internet can be found on YouTube. Isn’t it frustrating then that when you navigate to the web interface on YouTube and look for the Picture in Picture button, there isn’t one there? Well with macOS Sierra, it IS possible 。。。。
I have been wondering how to do this for almost a year now!
This is an interesting read, I have often said that China is the beta test site for technologies that will be applied in the west.
A fitness craze from Germany combining yoga poses while drinking beer is gaining popularity in Asia.
What can I say other than ‘Sign me up!’?
I’ll never understand what is going through people’s minds when they choose to take advantage of the five finger discount on toilet paper.
China is currently in the middle of a nationwide “toilet revolution” aimed at improving the quality and quantity of the country’s infamously abysmal public toilets, but so far that revolution isn’t going quite as smoothly as officials had hoped.