Tag Archives: sustainability

The Big Bug Eating Industry of China (Part 2)

These are expensive. Right now one egg is worth five mao [8 cents]. Five mao for such a tiny egg? Yes. Because an adult doudan worm can be sold for 10 yuan [$150], the profit margins are high. The first step of doudan farming is to stick the doudan moth’s eggs onto this paper. Then… Read More »

Audi Presents: Let It Go

♪ [humming] [traffic horns] Radio: “Today’s high temperature is 8 degrees above normal…” Radio: “Experts are warning that the current…” Hey! ♪ Don’t let them in, don’t let them see ♪ Be the good girl you always have to be ♪ Conceal, don’t feel ♪ Don’t let them know ♪ Well now they know ♪… Read More »

Google’s Proposal for North Bayshore

(Bjarke) Silicon Valley has been the cradle of this series of innovations that over the last decades have propelled technology and world economy. But all of the resources, all of the intelligence, has been invested into the immaterial, the digital realm, the internet. It was just fascinating to be seeing the physical reality of a… Read More »

Why is India so filthy? | The Ugly Indian | TEDxBangalore

Translator: Helena Bowen Reviewer: Denise RQ Don’t let my mask scare you, I’m just trying to stay anonymous. My name is Anamik Nagrik. I’m a proud Indian and I have one problem with my country. And the problem is: why is India so filthy? I’ve traveled outside India, in neighboring countries in Asia, my friends… Read More »

Branding Your Business and Letting People Know Who You Are

JAKE NYMAN: Thanks Tom, appreciate it. So thanks for taking the time to come today. We’re a little light, but that’s OK. We’ll still have fun no matter what. I’m going to be talking about effective marketing and creating a marketing campaign that engages your audience. I have about 43 slides, and some videos, and… Read More »