1. Hong Kong


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    Travels through China (Part 3/3) Facebook: facebook.com/MarkLiddellPhoto Instagram: instagram.com/liddellmark Twitter: www.twitter.com/liddellmark Tumblr: www.mark-liddell.tumblr.com Website: www.markliddell.co.uk

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    • Shanghai


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      Travels through China (Part 2/3) Facebook: facebook.com/MarkLiddellPhoto Instagram: instagram.com/liddellmark Twitter: www.twitter.com/liddellmark Tumblr: www.mark-liddell.tumblr.com Website: www.markliddell.co.uk

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      • IGCSE History China: How to answer question a


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        A video showing you how to answer question a of the iGCSE History China paper.

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        • M Cogswell Four Projects Five Minutes 2008-2014


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          Documentation of Four River Projects- Mixed-Media Installations by Margaret Cogswell Mississippi River Fugues - 2008 Art Museum at University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee Video documentary of Installation 00:00 - 00:59 Moving the Water(s): Ashokan Fugues - 2014 CUE Art Foundation, NYC, NY Video documentary of installation 01:00 - 01:25 Moving the Water(s): Wyoming River Fugues- 2014 install of 2012 project CUE Art Foundation, NYC, NY Video documentary of installation 01:26 - 02:04 Wyoming River Fugues- 2012 Art Museum of the University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming Video documentary of installation 02:05- 02:34 Zhujiajiao River Poems - 2014 Zendai Zhujiajiao Art Museum, Zhujiajiao, China Video documentation of installation & clip from 12 min. video 02:25 - 04:59

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          • Cheaper Robots, Fewer Workers


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            China faces rising labor costs and a shortage of workers. But a government project called “replacing humans with robots” is trying to change the face of the work force in Guangdong Province.

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            • designs by David Giampiccolo


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              https://twitter.com/davidgiampiccol For more info on David's design and styling work! DIRECTOR | PHOTOGRAPHY April Pabon CINEMATOGRAPHY | EDITING Kahleem Poole-Tejada MAKEUP | HAIR Devon Sinclair MUSIC Statik Selektah, Slum Village- ft. Joey Bada$$ LOCATION Chinatown, NY GEAR ML-powered Canon 50D, RAW DNG Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Prores 422 HQ -roundtrip 16bit DPX 2k> color grade in Adobe After Effects LENS Contax Zeiss 28-70mm f3.5 Nikkor AI-S 28mm f2.8

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              • SHANGHAI HAIKU


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                Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge Home, Sweet Home, a letter to Shanghai 2015

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                • Beijing’s Olympic Bid Faces Drought


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                  As Beijing makes its pitch to hold the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, environmentalists worry that the decades-long drought in and around the ski venues will further stress water sources. See also: "Scientists Question Environmental Impact of China’s Winter Olympics Bid" by Ian Johnson. http://buff.ly/1HAsvMu

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                  • CQMAD.LAB Mapping and Design Lab, Chongqing 2015


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                    MAD.LAB - Mapping the Chinese Megacity This video was displayed at the CQMAD.LAB exhibition "engaging Guanyinqiao" on Friday April 17 2015 at the Zongshan Cultural Industries Park, Chongqing. A team of 4th Year Design students and their peers from Built Environment’s Computational Architecture degree have embarked on MAD.LAB, a three-week studio in the city of Chongqing, South Western China. MAD.LAB is supported by DFAT’s AsiaBound Mobility Program, Chongqing based Priestman Architects, Cqubed and the architecture faculty of Chongqing University. Located in Sichuan Province around mountainous terrain at the confluence of the Yangtse and Jialing rivers Chongqing is a feisty, energetic, dense and rapidly changing city of 12 million people within a wider municipal area of 38 million people. Using mapping as a design research methodology MAD.LAB responds to critical questions about urbanisation and development in Chongqing. How do denizens and citizens perceive this unique city, how do they behave and interact, what do they do, who are they? How does this self-sustaining city-construct function 3-dimensionally, dynamically and commercially? How does it smell and taste, what music does it play, what poetry does it recite, what is Chongqing-ness? How can the metropolitan, building and human scales be described and how do these interact? The tactic in this program is to take one specific piece of the city – a street - where to focus these broad questions, and where the interaction and consonance of ideas can be investigated and expressed. The studio represents a unique opportunity for the students to collaborate, acquire language, form local people-to-people relationships, and to develop more understanding of this complex urban environment. http://www.priestmanarchitects.co/ http://cqubed.co/the-cqubed-hub/

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                    • Chengdu’s MICE industry in 2014


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                      The last year saw many achievements for Chengdu’s meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) industry. According to data from the Chengdu Municipal Statistics Bureau, Chengdu hosted 530 major exhibitions, conferences and forums in 2014, of which 214 were exhibitions, 45 more than a year earlier or a year-over-year (YOY) growth rate of 26.6 percent, and 113 were international conferences and forums, 8 more than a year earlier, or a YOY growth rate of 7.6 percent. The events took up 3.25 million square meters of space in the aggregate, a YOY growth rate of 8.0 percent, of which 49 were international in nature, occupying 1.74 million square meters, a YOY growth rate of 16.0 percent. Direct revenue derived from the industry for 2014 totaled 6.95 billion yuan, up 14.9 percent year-on-year while overall revenue (direct plus indirect) revenue reached 58.4 billion yuan, up 14.5 percent year-on-year. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7511651-chengdu-china-mice-industry/

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