Asian Mums Might Not All Be Tigers, But The Certainly Use the Internet
This week in Asia, a poll of over 10,000 TheAsianParent.com readers reveals how new mums increasingly turn to the Internet for parenting advice. Insights come from markets such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
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This Week in Asia: China Gets Tough with WeChat
This week on the For Immediate Release podcast I had the privilege of meeting with Andrea Vascellari here in Singapore. I also share the latest news about WeChat and the government’s crackdown on accounts in China.
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This Week in Asia: Racism, Risk, and Reward
This week on the For Immediate Release podcast I share the appalling editorial attack on outgoing U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke. The second half of the report looks at the arrival of Bitcoin ATM’s in Singapore (and within a week of the Mt. Gox collapse in Japan).
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Conversations With Myself – A Masterpiece?
I vote yes, a true masterpiece.
Originally posted on thejazzword:Recorded over three days on, 6 and 9 February, and 20 May, 1963 in New York City this classic album was released the following year and immediately caused controversy. It’s title comes from the idea that Bill Evans played three separate tracks and over-dubbed himself to build up the complex arrangements.