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To the Stars and Moon and Back

On Tuesday June 23, China successfully launched the final satellite of the third generation Beidou Navigation Satellite System (BDS-3), completing global coverage of China’s own GPS-type navigation system, while marking China’s independence of the US-owned GPS.

Wounded Wuhan: What Lies Behind the Name?

Now plunged into absolute crisis by the outbreak of coronavirus Covid-19, Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province, is an astonishing dynamo at the heart of China’s push for high-tech development, building directly on the city’s growth into an established industrial base. Home to 11 million, this huge manufacturing centre is frequently dubbed ‘the Chicago of the East’, and ‘four times the size of London’.

China’s Bold AI Plan: Global Dominance by 2030 (part 1)

By 2025, China is to be the world’s leader in some AI technologies and their applications, while making major breakthroughs in fundamental AI theory. Applications will include smart manufacturing, smart healthcare, smart cities, smart agriculture, and national defence, with the value of core AI industries reaching 400 billion RMB (US$57.41 billion), while AI-related industries reach 5 trillion RMB (US$717.69 billion).

Engineering design to the fore in UK’s own ‘Middle Kingdom’

In Chinese, ‘China’ translates literally as Middle Kingdom. From 16th to 17th of October 2019, the Engineering Design Show (https://www.engineeringdesignshows.co.uk/) took place in the UK’s very own Middle Kingdom, or somewhat more modestly, the Midlands of England. Two members of the Techworks Asia team went on tour to explore the show, and also to present a workshop on ‘Marketing in China: Challenges, Pitfalls, Opportunities’.