If bugs become a common source of protein, will China be a muse for the global industry?

Available as a podcast – scroll to the bottom to listen The Economist recently published an article entitled “Feeding 9bn people will mean reimagining the edible world”. The article discusses the likelihood of alternative protein sources becoming more commonplace in the future – particularly protein sourced from bugs. Until very recently, the western world generallyContinue reading “If bugs become a common source of protein, will China be a muse for the global industry?”

996: In Office 9am to 9pm, 6 Days A Week – My Experience Of It

Recently, there has been significant media attention given to the Chinese government publicly announcing that it will take a tougher stance on protecting the rights of workers amidst what has become the status quo in many big corporations in China – “996” corporate culture. 996 is an abbreviation used to label the corporate culture thatContinue reading “996: In Office 9am to 9pm, 6 Days A Week – My Experience Of It”

Only 3 Hours Of Online Gaming Per Week Allowed

You may have heard that the Chinese government has introduced new rules limiting the amount of online gaming allowed by those under 18 years of age. According to the new rules, from September 1st 2021, those under the age of 18 are only be allowed to indulge in online gaming between the hours of 8pmContinue reading “Only 3 Hours Of Online Gaming Per Week Allowed”