KDDI and SUMITOMO to enter Myanmar’s Mobile Game Industry

May 22, 2019 Picture:  TOKYO, May 22, 2019 – (JCN Newswire) – KDDI CORPORATION and SUMITOMO CORPORATION plan to jointly operate a mobile game publishing business in Myanmar through FUNCREATE MYANMAR LTD. (FCM), a subsidiary of Singapore-based joint venture FUNCREATE PTE. LTD. (FC). Both FC and FCM are assembling a repertoire of mobile device games … Continue reading “KDDI and SUMITOMO to enter Myanmar’s Mobile Game Industry”

Michel Onfray : « La théorie du genre prépare le transhumain, objectif final du capitalisme »

L’essayiste et philosophe Michel Onfray sort un livre* dans lequel il dresse une théorie de la dictature en s’appuyant sur l’œuvre de George Orwell. Il y affirme que nous sommes entrés dans un nouveau type de société totalitaire qui détruit la liberté, abolit la vérité ou bien nie la nature. Est-ce que vous n’exagérez pas … Continue reading “Michel Onfray : « La théorie du genre prépare le transhumain, objectif final du capitalisme »”

The Majority of the World’s Population Lives Inside This Circle

Where it’s at, and the periphery Back in 2013, a meme circulated quickly off of a Reddit post that showed the incredible population density of the southeast corner of Asia. As Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardins notes, the satellite map showed, quite simply, that “more people live inside this circle, than outside of it”. THE POPULATION EPICENTER We are in the business of … Continue reading “The Majority of the World’s Population Lives Inside This Circle”

Taiwan, US, Japan stage GCTF workshop on drug-resistant TB

The Global Cooperation and Training Framework workshop on drug-resistant tuberculosis got underway April 30 in Taipei City, bringing together international experts and officials to discuss best practices and the latest ideas on managing the public health challenge.   Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, … Continue reading “Taiwan, US, Japan stage GCTF workshop on drug-resistant TB”

China to establish permanent base on Moon for scientific research

London, April 25, 2019 (AltAfrica)-China aims to build a scientific research station in the south polar region of the moon and realize manned lunar exploration mission in about ten years, said a senior space official on Wednesday. Zhang Kejian, head of the China National Space Administration, made the remarks at the opening ceremony of China’s … Continue reading “China to establish permanent base on Moon for scientific research”

Défaire l’industrie

Mauvaises Mines. Combattre l’industrie minière en France et dans le monde est sorti en librairie le 12 avril dernier. Ses huit courts chapitres dévoilent les menaces du « renouveau minier » français, les pollutions qu’il implique, ses faux-semblants écologiques et ses tentatives d’échapper au débat public. Nous publions ici le chapitre conclusif. Texte : Mathieu Brier et … Continue reading “Défaire l’industrie”

China’s green planning for the world starts with infrastructure

The United States is retreating from the global community under a president who rejected the Paris Climate Accords and denigrates NAFTA and NATO. This provides an opportunity for China to play a greater role in global affairs. This provides the backdrop for the 19th Party Congress, as China seeks to balance external influence with domestic … Continue reading “China’s green planning for the world starts with infrastructure”

Tackling climate change could bring North and South Korea closer and help stabilise the region

North Korea is no doubt watching closely as the region moves forward on energy cooperation. House Committee on Foreign Affairs/Flickr, CC BY-NCThe Paris Agreement, signed in 2015 requires every country to make pledges to tackle climate change. North Korea is no exception. Given that air pollution doesn’t recognise borders, there are already several emissions-reduction projects … Continue reading “Tackling climate change could bring North and South Korea closer and help stabilise the region”

China’s fight against desertification should not be done at the cost of water security

Replanting forests in China is a great initiative but it can also prove to be disastrous for water management. Kai Schwärzel, Author providedFor the first time, China has hosted a major global event on desertification and land degradation, the Cop-13, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification. The event took place in Ordos, in Inner Mongolia, … Continue reading “China’s fight against desertification should not be done at the cost of water security”