Josh Raff fit into our scientific detour perfectly! In his 400 seconds he takes us on an innovative course of Chinese language: by the means of his drawings. Joshua is a traveling architect collecting experiences in the States, China, and now in Weimar. Now, twist your tongues!
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BY YONGQING LIU
@ VOL 13
ON MAY 18, 2013
Yongqing Liu is a Secretary-General of Shenzhen Graphic Design Association. His amazing design works utilizing Chinese characters and fonts for products and branding is a combination of historical background and his own feelings toward life. Unfortunatley, Yonging Liu was unavailable, and a friend of his presented for him instead.
The Chinese Restaurant
BY IMOGENE LIM
@ VOL 2
ON SEP 26, 2015
The Chinese restaurant is an iconic example of Asian-pacific influence in current culture. Take a trip into Nanaimo's past with Imogene Lim, and explore Chinese influence in our city theough the eyes of immigrant settlers, and multi-generation families that helped shape our present, and future.
Rooster Rules: What’s Chinese New Year about?
BY LEIGH TURNER
@ VOL 14
ON FEB 09, 2017
"Releasing of the lantern symbolizes the letting go of the past self.....It's not that different from the concept of the new years resolution..."
In Rooster Rules: What’s Chinese New Year about? at PechaKucha Night Townsville Vol. 14, Leigh Turner clears up common misconceptions about Chinese culture and unravels the mysteries of Chinese New Year.
Leigh has travelled across China and currently teaches Chinese language at William Ross State High School.
Chinese Economic Engagement in Africa
BY MICHAEL MARTIN
@ VOL 18
ON APR 18, 2017
Michael Martin has an interest in developmental studies and has written papers on Belarus, Taiwan, Tibet and China in Africa. His presentation explores how Chinese economic engagement in Africa is aiding the development process,
Memoirs of a Jamaican-Chinese-Canadian Dragon Lady
BY CAROL WILLIAMS-WONG
@ VOL 17
ON NOV 24, 2017
Chinese-Jamaican by birth, and Canadian by choice, Carol Williams-Wong has lived in Jamaica, Montreal, Hong Kong, is now living in Unionville, Ontario. This is her story of adapting, integrating, embracing and appreciating through active contribution and involvement in her community.