#China

Did China's State-Run News Agency Purchase Twitter Followers?

Tom Grundy | Posted 15.04.2015 | UK Tech
Tom Grundy

The Chinese state news agency Xinhua may have purchased followers on Twitter, according the co-founder of TwitterAudit, a tool designed to detect fake users on the popular social media platform.

Tech Tip: Don't Mention Dictators When Promoting Your New Smartphone

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 14.04.2015 | UK Tech

Chinese video giant LeTV landed itself in fairly hot water a couple of weeks ago when it compared Apple to Hitler in a poster that was meant to show A...

US Blocks China From Updating The World's Largest Supercomputer

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 13.04.2015 | UK Tech

The US government has blocked a shipment of tens of thousands of Intel processors that would have been used to upgrade China's supercomputer Tianhe-2....

Wine of the Week: Château Hansen Cabernet-Gernischt 2012, China

Tom Cannavan | Posted 13.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Tom Cannavan

I do like to bring you something a little bit different as my Wine of the Week, so how about an organic wine from Inner Mongolia in China? That's certainly not an everyday find in the UK, but in fact China is becoming a very important player on the world wine stage with rapid expansion of their vineyards to serve both local and export markets.

World Health Day 2015- How Safe Is Our Food?

Julia de Cadenet | Posted 08.04.2015 | UK
Julia de Cadenet

7 April 2015 marks World Health Day when delegates of the World Organisation for Animal Health meet in Rungis Paris to discuss the importance of Food Safety.

The Day I Traveled to China and Got Doyle Brunson's Autograph

Ellis Shuman | Posted 30.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Ellis Shuman

Walking around Macau, between the APT poker sessions, I visited the ruined façade of The Cathedral of St. Paul built in 1602 and the Fortaleza do Monte, the fortress with cannons aimed across the city skyline at the famous Casino Lisboa Hotel. Most of my time was spent standing behind the poker tables, rooting for the Titan Poker players.

The Continued Detention of the Chinese Feminist Activists Is a Turning Point - For Better or Worse

Jemimah Steinfeld | Posted 28.03.2015 | UK
Jemimah Steinfeld

Chinese women can't rely on the government to come to their aid. But when the government does the exact opposite, and actually arrests them, the situation gets a whole lot worse. China's current leader Xi Jinping has intensified a crackdown on dissent.

The Music Industry - Another Political Underrepresentation

Cohan Chew | Posted 23.03.2015 | UK Entertainment
Cohan Chew

Since the end of the 90s, music seems to have given up on politics. This seems shockingly strange considering that the noughties saw the world's worst terrorist attack, controversial terrorist legislation and a couple of illegal wars instigated by the West.

Incredible Scenes As Passers-By Rescue Man Stuck Under Bus

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 22.03.2015 | UK
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Amazing footage has emerged of total strangers coming to the aid of a man who was stuck under a bus after a traffic accident. The man, Chang Suibin...

China

Daniel Lightwing | Posted 18.03.2015 | UK Entertainment
Daniel Lightwing

X plus Y does a great job of mirroring some of my own feelings. I can easily relate to the socially awkward young Nathan, away from home for the first time, in an unfamiliar land. In the true story, one major difference is that I was interested in China since long before the maths competitions. It started at about the age of 13 when I started reading Chinese novels.

Planet Appetite: Madrid Fusion International Gastronomy Summit 2015, Spain

Rupert Parker | Posted 13.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Rupert Parker

We've all heard of those grand Chinese banquets with innumerable courses including delicacies like sea slugs and bird's nests, but at Madrid Fusion this year I caught a glimpse of the future. Goods from China dominate our shops but my suspicion is that Chinese food is going to take over our restaurant menus - and I don't mean chop suey and egg fried rice.

Bitcoin Giveaway Fuels Interest in China As Citizens Look to Invest

Tom Grundy | Posted 11.03.2015 | UK Tech
Tom Grundy

Bitcoin expert Leo Weese, who co-founded the Bitcoin Association of Hong Kong, said that citizens are turning to cryptocurrencies as an investment opportunity and as a result of mistrust in the Chinese stock markets.

No, Chinese Women Don't All Want British Men

Jemimah Steinfeld | Posted 09.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jemimah Steinfeld

Enter the British men of the London Underground. With their sharpened suits and iPhones in hand, they look every bit like a Chinese girl's dream. Part of this attraction is their evocation of wealth and fashion. Then add in the Brit factor.

A GREAT Time in Shanghai

Kelly Hoppen | Posted 06.03.2015 | UK
Kelly Hoppen

As a GREAT campaign ambassador I feel that Great Britain and China have a phenomenal opportunity to create partnerships and business together. The festival has been a fantastic platform to build on new and existing relationships in a new economic climate. It was an honour to have the Duke of Cambridge there to be as part of this pioneering event and it makes me proud to be British!

US Night Sky Lit Up As Chinese Rocket Explodes

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 25.02.2015 | UK Tech

The western United States was treated to an impressive light show on the 23 February as a huge fireball streaked across the night sky. What at firs...

We Need to Remember the West Is Worth Defending

John Fletcher | Posted 24.02.2015 | UK
John Fletcher

It is time we shook ourselves from the malaise and cynicism and remembered that, for all the faults and failures of our governments and our culture, it is still much better then any of the alternatives actually achieved.

China Builds Chain Of Artificial Island Fortresses In The South China Sea

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 20.02.2015 | UK

China has constructed a series of artificial islands in a hotly disputed area of the South China Sea, 660 miles from the mainland and only 210 miles f...

Boy's Firecracker Stunt Goes Spectacularly Wrong

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 18.02.2015 | UK

Today has been remarkably educational for a Monday. Here are some valuable lessons we've already learned. Don't vote Ukip Don't spend £25,000 ...

Chinese Students Thrown Out Of Model UN Following Taiwan Dispute

The Huffington Post UK | Nick Winchester | Posted 10.02.2015 | UK Universities & Education

A number of Chinese delegates were thrown out of a Harvard Model United Nations meeting after they protested against the listing of Taiwan as an indep...

Who is to Blame for the Plummeting Oil Prices?

Nehad Ismail | Posted 07.04.2015 | UK
Nehad Ismail

Saudi Arabia is not under any obligation to cut its production to help Iran, Venezuela, Russia or the US frackers in Texas and North Dakota. It suits Saudi Arabia if the frackers and shale oil producers are driven out of business.

Is This How App Rankings Are Manipulated In China?

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 05.02.2015 | UK Tech

The value of breaking into the top 100 ranking on the App Store - or higher, really - is fairly well-established (if not a fool-proof way to make a pr...

An Affordable Quadcopter Drone for the Masses?

Tom Grundy | Posted 05.04.2015 | UK Tech
Tom Grundy

With the price tag of radio controlled quadcopters out of reach for many, Xiaomi could do for emerging drone technology what it did for smartphones - offering high-end specification models at a more accessible cost.

Teen Cuts Off Hand To Cure Internet Addiction

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 04.02.2015 | UK Tech

A young teenager reportedly cut off his own hand with a kitchen knife, believing it to be the only solution to his internet addiction. The 19-year-...

In Pictures: Hong Kong Umbrella Movement Reconvenes as Thousands March for Democracy

Tom Grundy | Posted 03.04.2015 | UK
Tom Grundy

Fifty-two days after the main Umbrella Movement 'occupy' camp was cleared, Hong Kong protesters returned to the streets on Sunday for a pro-democracy rally. Organisers say 13,000 took part, whilst police estimated that 6,600 were present.

Why I'm Working to Become the Greatest Chinese Chef of All Time

Robbie Knox | Posted 31.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Robbie Knox

When the Huffington Post asked me, a 37-year-old married father of two, if I wanted to enter a cooking competition to win a trip to Hong Kong with a 25-year-old girl I'd never met, it was a real no-brainer. I'm confident that in no way would my wife go ballistic if I jogged off to the other side of the world leaving her with two pre-school kids to look after, so I signed up on the spot.