Forget conventional geography with its neat national borders and colour-coded alliances – everything you thought you knew about how the world works has either changed, or is about to. Read at Telstra In:Sight.
High-school dropout turned writer and rally driver, Han keeps pushing the limits of what he can say, whatever the risk. The result is an essay collection that sometimes flares with genuine anger. Read at the South China Morning Post.
Providing safe drinking water to over 900 million people in developing countries. Read at ANZ’s Your World.
High-octane venture capitalist Matt Cheng has an extraordinary hidden talent: stellar sporting prowess. Read at ANZ’s Your World.
They were ‘the soundest investment China ever made’ – American outlaw pilots hired to fight the Japanese. Historian’s book recalls the bravery of the wildly outnumbered flying aces over China and Burma during the second world war
Read at the South China Morning Post.
High-powered marine biologist Ove Hoegh-Guldberg traces his yearning to pursue a scientific career back to the age of seven: “I was a rather strange kid,” says Hoegh-Guldberg, 56, who runs the University of Queensland’s $32-million Global Change Institute.
Read at the Sydney Morning Herald
On August 2, 1943, a twin-engined C-46 plane broke down over Japanese-occupied Burma. Nobody aboard had used a parachute before, which meant everyone on the dicey “hump route” between India and China needed to learn the ropes fast. Read at the South China Morning Post