Mark my words, we will have stormtroopers soon. This is the first step. Apparently, this company has developed glasses to measure the temperature of mass amounts of people all at once. While I think this is super cool personally, I recognize that we are one step away from having this built into all white bio […]
Technically these count as well from our time in Asia and when I was written up in Supply Chain mags: Businesswirehttps://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20091110006066/en/Inovis-Co-Founds-Asia-Pacific%25E2%2580%2599s-B2B-User-Community Supply Chain Tech Newshttp://supplychaintechnews.com/index.php/supply/9300-labeling-still-a-barrier-in-some-areas ChAina
Great article on why the Chinese prefer numbers instead of letters in their URLs.
Not the first article I have posted on here about China faking things (rocks, grass, concerts, etc…), but certainly a fun one. Chinese Buildings With Fake Windows Painted On In the city of Qingdao, a new apartment complex is raising eyebrows. Some of the windows, it seems, aren’t windows. They’re paint. http://kotaku.com/chinese-building-with-fake-windows-painted-on-1453251480
This is becoming a serious problem. I remember when I tried to play 90 min of soccer outside of Beijing and by the time I got home I would spend the next 2 hours wheezing on my couch. It seems things have gotten even worse since then. To all my friends still in Beijing. Take care, […]
And people wonder why I don’t trust the internet or other people. If you can’t tell, the above image is fake (he doesn’t like Apple, he likes banana). Looking back through some old posts (here, here, and here) it was interesting (and still is) to note all the fake stuff in China. Now that I’m […]