A story about one of Australia's first and biggest industrial actions and how it relates to one of Sydney's foremost cultural venues. Broadcast on FBi’s Canvas Art & Ideas.
I am a regular guest commentator on technology, the internet, media and digital culture.
Each year, some of the world’s most dramatic storms form over the Pacific Ocean before churning across the sea and slamming into the coast of southern China. This interactive multimedia piece looks at some of the most dramatic and deadly storms in Hong Kong's history, and consider what can be learned from the destruction and recovery.
It took less than four decades for this onetime fishing village on the Pearl River Delta to transform itself into southern China’s manufacturing hub. Now one of the largest cities in the country, can Shenzhen achieve the same success as a centre of design?
Subterranean explosions, freezing earth and plans for superfast elevators help the MTR inch steadily towards its next phase of service
This article originally appeared in the South China Morning Post 27/07/13 Australians are wrong to fear Chinese investment, but right to stand by their strong military alliance with the US,…
A leafy enclave of carp ponds and pavilions, Hollywood Road Park occupies a storied patch of Hong Kong Island—the very spot, in fact, where the British first raised their flag.
An article about the situation in Wukan one year after landmark elections in the small village in China's Guangdong province. The China Media Project at Hong Kong University works with editors, writers and…