Hundreds of millions of people in China jump onto the web and buy billions of dollars worth of stuff. This comic explains what's going on.
Today, when people think of November 11 in China, they think of massive sales. But it used to be celebrated in a very different way. What changed?
2:38 pm on Aug 20, 2015 by Osman Husain
The five-thousand-year old history of the country is being showcased in a special project.
10:00 am on Sep 15, 2014 by C. Custer
Counter-Strike has been one of the most consistently popular PC games in China over the course of the past decade. Have you ever wondered why?
5:36 pm on Jun 11, 2014 by Mary-Anne Lee
Murdered: Soul Suspect is really something. It’s a third-person mystery game in an age of hyper-realistic shooters and bloody beat-em-ups, and though it comes w...
4:00 pm on May 22, 2014 by Iain Garner
It's easy to focus on China's bad points, but beneath the censorship and the state-control, there is beauty that we should welcome to our community.
7:15 pm on Feb 10, 2014 by Josh Horwitz
Taipei ought to rank as one of the world’s most walkable cities. Sidewalks are wide, crosswalks are plentiful, crowds are manageable, and the urban scenery is d...
11:30 am on Sep 19, 2011 by Rick Martin
Here at Penn Olson we spend a lot of time writing about start-ups struggling to bring in revenue, or attract venture capital. But it’s important that we don’t o...
10:19 am on Sep 5, 2011 by Rick Martin
It’s always encouraging when we see modern technology being used to preserve important things from the past. A few months back we wrote about Japan’s Samurai Ar...
9:49 am on Jun 23, 2011 by Ratri Adityarani
If you’re an Indonesian parent who can’t get your kids off Facebook to do their homework, we might have found a solution for you. Check out Majapahit Online, a ...
12:16 am on Jul 6, 2010 by Willis Wee
The last time we shared how businesses empowered social media through traditional media; all of the examples shown were print ads. We didn’t manage to grab hold...