“We Shanghainese value our image. We don’t want to lose face in front of the entire world…”
Interview with the director of the Saudi Arabia Pavilion. His thoughts on why their pavilion is so popular. What’s inside anyway–why people would line-up for 9 hours?!
Official spokesperson of the UK Pavilion Katherine Dixon explains the concept behind the Seed Cathedral. She shares some background on the world’s first Expo, the Crystal Palace, and also what to look forward in the UK Pavilion in the next months.
Interview with the Commissioner General of Denmark. On the Danish Pavilion, bikes, The Little Mermaid. He shares a special secret in the end.
Summary of interesting points and the English-language China blogs mentioned in the recent BON TV David Moser interview with Jeremy Goldkorn and Michael Anti.
Discussion with Rebecca MacKinnon on the emerging uncertain future of the Internet under non-democratic, non-Western countries like China, and new approaches toward US-China relations.
Of well-known Beijing-based British journalists, bloggers, good journalism, buying books on the street, mango-passionfruit slushies, interracial relationships, and Urumqi riot coverage.
Interview with Sophie Beach, the woman behind China Digital Times. Operated out of UC Berkeley, CDT aggregates China news & information from around the internet.
Interview with Chinese-American expat Rand Han, the man behind China advertising blog littleredbook, on the advertising in China & entrepreneurial strategies.
Interview with Charles Custer, the main blogger (and hip hop artist!) behind ChinaGeeks, a young up-and-coming English language blog known for its well-written coverage of China issues.