When David Cameron breezed into Beijing in 2010 banging the drum for UK Inc. and announcing "the biggest ever celebration of British arts held in China (highlighting) the best of UK creativity...(including) exhibitions, concerts and performances across the country" in the shape of UK Now, I was a little dubious.
China today protested about Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to meet the Dalai Lama during his visit to London yesterday. Britain's ambassad...
Chinese corruption has come under the spotlight in a big way this month. Accusations that the wife of Bo Xilai, one of China's top politicians, is behind the death of British businessman Neil Heywood have also led to allegations of the couple's corruption.
There haven't been many coherent voices speaking out against the impending money-splash of the London Olympics next year. Most have been swept away by the shiny promised land of the new Westfield, or the dubious pledges buried in tonnes of polished glass and metal, said to be invested in our potentially athletic children's futures.