Sysbase have completed an interesting analysis of SMS traffic during the Olympics games.
The infographic is here – any surprises?
Is all happy in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong’s biggest protest for nearly a decade packed the former British colony’s streets Sunday in a defiant reception for its new leader and a show of popular anger after 15 years of Chinese rule.
As news reaches us that Panasonic is cutting jobs in Newport to switch production to Vietnam we thought it would be useful to remind us all of how Vietnam is transforming into a truly amazing business destination.
Currently growing at an annual rate in excess of 7% it is one of the fastest growing economies in the World, with PWC predicting it to be the fastest growing emerging economy by 2025, with GDP of 70% of the UK. Read more on Looking East – Vietnam…
Star-crossed lovers Changmao the ram and Chunzi the deer will be “married” during a Valentine’s Day wedding ceremony at a zoo in Yunnan, China.
Theirs was a forbidden love. Unnatural, some said.
Ever wanted to travel over 40mph in an Elevator?
That’s what you can do in 2014 in Shanghai!
The fastest elevators in The World have been unveiled by Mitsubishi for the Shanghai Tower. By contrast, at the World’s current tallest skyscraper, Burj Kahlifa’s elevators only reach 26mph.
Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. With a population of approximately 10 million people it is the 13th largest city in The World. Indonesia itself is the fourth most populous country in the World. Jakarta is a dynamic and burgeoning city but sadly The Magnum Café has now closed down!
Yes, that’s right, the Magnum Café, a pop-up café that opened in February 2011 closed its doors in January 2012, having served 320,000 customers. Read more on Looking East – Jakarta…