Hauke Gierow from the German think tank MERICS (Mercator Institute for China Studies) gave a very instructive talk on China’s way to deal with real or perceived Internet risks. Our friends from I Like Visuals have again recorded the highlights of his talk on Feb 24th 2015, at the cozy Apothekenbar on Mariannenplatz, Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Dear Chuanr and Chuanr’s friends,
Greetings from Kreuzberg!
I’m happy to introduce our next Chuanr guest speaker, who has been an old friend: Jing Bartz, or Wang Jing (as we call her in Chinese), who has been the prominent figure bridging the publishing industries between China and Europe. Many of you might have known her very well.
Formerly managing the China office of Hachette and BIZ of Frankfurt Book Fair, Jing has done remarkable contribution to the internalization of China’s publishing world for more than a decade. She has introduced many Chinese writers to Europe, and vice versa. Her current column on caixin.com (the online publication of Hu Shuli’s Caixin Group) is my favorite: Continue reading Chuanr #7: The Emperor is Sick — What Chinese Read on Their Mobiles Today