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China Eastern will soon become the first Chinese airline to offer inflight WiFi services. Beginning today, China Eastern will provide the service on flights from Shanghai to Los Angeles, New York City, and Toronto. The WiFi will be free of charge during a three-month trial period, after which users will have to pay. Passengers can […]
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Le premier des trois tomes de « La Vie chinoise », formidable fresque en bande dessinée de l'histoire contemporaine de la Chine, ne fut publié qu'en France. Depuis, Li Kinwu a été reconnu dans son propre pays et poursuit son travail, à la fois pictural et écrit. Ses dessins, qui offrent un regard original sur la Chine d'aujourd'hui, sont exposés à Angers jusqu'au 29 novembre. Philippe Pataud Célérier, un des commissaires de cette exposition avec Geneviève Clastres, nous livre ici sa préface du catalogue. (...)- Planète Asie / Chine, Art, Histoire, Photographie, Bande dessinée
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
As of next month, cell phone users can expect a pleasant surprise. Starting October 1, a new policy will allow unused data from individual data plans to be carried over to the next month for use. China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom have announced they will implement the new policy. The carried-forward data will […]
The post Not Using All Your Mobile Data in China? Now You Can Save it For Next Month appeared first on The Nanfang.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
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Cizhong, a remote Tibetan village in China’s Yunnan province, has no recourse against the onslaught of impacts from the construction of the Wunonglong dam on the Upper Mekong River. This year has seen no pause in activity from civil society … Continue reading →
The post No Recourse: Upper Mekong Dam Spells End for Tibetan Village appeared first on East by Southeast.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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Ahead of the global launch of its new Android-based OS MIUI 7, Xiaomi announced the Chinese version of its mobile software yesterday with an exclusive feature users around the world will want — on-demand roaming data. When you travel abroad, MIUI 7 creates a virtual local SIM card based on your location, so you can use mobile data at an affordable rate and without the need to switch carriers. Xiaomi says its average price for data roaming is about $0.02/MB (RMB0.10/MB). The new feature lets you automatically enter international roaming mode when traveling abroad. Plus, you can whitelist apps to…
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Google Earth was first released on June 28, 2005. Now, in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Google Earth’s release, we would like to share just a few examples of the best user applications of Google Earth over the years. As any regular reader of this blog can tell you, Google Earth is a fantastic […]
Thursday, June 25, 2015
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Your Twitter profile is your chance to completely own the messaging about who you are. You control all of the content, and you can make it as detailed or as vague as you like.
However, too many users spend time crafting the perfect profile when they create a Twitter account, but forget to keep it fresh and updated as they go. This can be especially true for businesses, who neglect to use their profile dynamically.
1. Update your headshot/logo
How old is your headshot? Did you take it the day you set up your Twitter profile, several years ago?
Is your logo as high quality as possible? Does it match the logo on your website, Facebook page and print material?
Your profile picture is attached to every tweet you send, so if it is old or outdated it will dilute your brand. Whether you are tweeting on behalf of yourself and using a headshot, or a business and using a logo, it’s a good idea to review it every six month to ensure that it is the best reflection of who you are.
2. Rewrite your bio
If you haven’t been interested in (and tweeting about) kayaking for two years now, why is it still part of your Twitter bio?
It only takes a few minutes to read and update your Twitter bio. But if you really want to optimize your profile, you should consider completely re-writing it periodically to reflect your latest topics of interests, or (if tweeting as a business) promotions and campaigns.
3. Choose a better URL
Including a link to your website in your Twitter profile is all well and good, but why not create a Twitter-specific landing page that welcomes your followers when they click? Or, if this isn’t feasible, how about shortening your Twitter URL using a service like Bit.ly and tracking how many clicks you get directly from your profile?
The URL you use is a powerful way to connect to your Twitter followers off Twitter, so make it the best it can be!
4. Rotate your cover photo
Your Twitter cover photo is your opportunity to use visuals for maximum impact. The best profiles are the ones that have an eye-catching cover photo, while keeping it fresh and new.
Consider rotating your cover photo every few weeks or months, so that there is a reason for your followers to keep coming back to your profile. This works especially well for brands, which can highlight their latest promotion, a new product, behind-the-scenes company parties and more.
5. Prune your lists
The number and type of lists you have says a lot about you as a Twitter user. It represents how you organize your followers, and what topics you are interested in.
While not directly part of your profile, the number of Twitter lists you’ve created appears just beneath your cover photo. It’s a good idea to spend some time getting rid of the lists that are no longer relevant, or adding lists that you and your followers would find useful, regularly.
(Profile keyboard image via Shutterstock)
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Journalistes, réalisateurs : Chloé Consigny et Florent Detroy
Un vent nouveau souffle sur la gastronomie chinoise parisienne. Loin des nems et du riz cantonais, une génération de jeunes cuisiniers chinois revient à la source et invite à la découverte des saveurs de la Chine. Des produits frais, une cuisine authentique pour un voyage à sensation qui se fait à Paris.
Décidée à renverser les clichés qui pèsent sur la cuisine chinoise « française », une nouvelle génération de cuisiniers propose de revenir aux origines de leur gastronomie. Leurs plats, nourris d’histoire et de la diversité de ce grand pays qu’est la Chine, invitent à la découverte de saveurs d’une cuisine riche, variée, aux influences multiples.
Ces chinois passionnés, fraîchement arrivés ou depuis longtemps installés, souhaitent nous présenter une image plus juste de leur pays. Prêt pour le voyage ?
Cours de cuisine chinoise de Margot Zhang : http://ift.tt/1F4KOTh
Taverne de Zhao (cuisine de la région de Xi’an, à base de blé). 49 rue des vinaigriers, 75010 Paris. Tel : 01 40 37 16 21
L’Orient d’or (cuisine de la région de Hunan). 22 Rue de Trévise, 75009 Paris. Tel : 01 48 00 07 73