Looks like Lee’s been spotted… …by Meg Hourihan, co-founder of Blogger.com – which was also co-founded by Ev Williams who is also the founder of…One Comment
Month: October 2005
The Pudong region was, until a few years ago, marsh land on the “wrong side” of the river. In a similar way that London’s Docklands…2 Comments
Just a quick update of what we’ve been up to here in Shanghai. Nanjing Road “China’s No1 Shopping Street” which happens to include the unbelievably…Comments closed
Sofia and I stumbled upon a serious house fire this morning on the way to the metro station. Tibet Street is lined with skyscraper buildings…One Comment
Sofia and I are enjoying Shanghai, but we’ve discovered a couple of not-so-great aspects about the city: Stinky smells One of the most noticeable shocks…2 Comments
On the eve of my holiday, someone decided it would be funny to subscribe my work email address to a “Communism Community” mailing list. Annoyingly…3 Comments
BBC News has published a story about my Dad’s Hepatitis C blog. The true power of blogging: making a real difference to people’s lives. Not…2 Comments
Well, here we are in The Mother Land that is China.
We took off on Sunday afternoon from Terminal 5 at Heathrow (yes it’s not in use yet). There was a problem with getting their plane to a Terminal 3 gate so they bussed us out, via some ellaborate air-side road tunnels under the airport, to where they were holding some Virgin Atlantic planes. As you will see from the photo the holding area itself is within the grounds of the brand new Terminal 5 comples.
After a fairly pleasant 10.5 hr flight, we landed at Pudong International Airport on the outskirts of Shanghai. The first thing that strikes you about Pudong airport (other than the fact that it has 28 runways) is how modern and efficient it is.2 Comments
My regular splurge of… Industry news you’ve already read elsewhere, Quarrels with marketers, Minor political & social irreverence, and “Who cares?” announcements from the BBC…Comments closed
The BBC News website has always had a dirty little secret. A secret which, if you thought things through, was obvious. But for most, that…2 Comments