I was in North Korea last week for the celebrations of the late Great Leader Kim Il-sung's 100th birthday.
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.
I am in Beijing but, this morning, it felt like I was home in London when a taxi driver took me on a 12-minute round trip
We've said it before, and we'll say it again. We LOVE that Victoria Beckham is on Twitter. The designer has been well documenting
WHO? Victoria Beckham and baby Harper
The scent of Granny's Gumdrops is lingering in the sullied Beijing air. Sitting watching the critically acclaimed British
It Means Nothing to Me: Turner Prize-Winner Susan Philipsz's First Collaboration With her Father is Exhibited in China
Beijing is not the first place you'd think of finding Turner Prize-winner Susan Philipsz. But the artist, who usually creates works of sound sculpture from Celtic or Western pieces of music, is part of a new trend.
Had I known the duck's feet were raw before I put them in my mouth, perhaps I would have been better prepared. These de-boned
Another odd encounter here in Beijing this week. As I've mentioned before I have great faith in Beijing and the potential here.
Everyone keeps banging on about how "the eyes of the world are on Beijing" ensuring me that by living here I am "part of history making" with the re-emergence of the Middle Kingdom, as the Chinese know it.