MMIMMC has continuing coverage on the coming of age of Chinese knowledge economy – Beyond IP into space exploration, blue economy, computing and gene editing. Recent archaeological discoveries tell of a different story for the origin of Levallois tools in China. These stone tools discoveries
Every 24th of April is a special day in the calendar of the nascent yet galloping Chinese knowledge economy. Space day is a day that is dear to Chinese leader XI Jinping as revealed by this quote: “In celebrating Space Day, we are commemorating history,
We continue to map developments in Chinese knowledge economy. Having covered the world’s fastest supercomputer, Tianhe-2, the 15 day long unmanned Space Odessey, Shenzhou 10, we take a dive with autonomous submersible vehicle Qianlong-2. But first, a report on Qianlong-2 that we carried in 2013,
Tianhe- 2, is built entirely on intel processors but with Chinese design and operating system. Observers paint the Tianhe – 2 as a shift that is indicative of the inevitable future. a future buttressed by leaps in the Chinese Knowledge economy. Monday 17th July
All we could find on China’s fifth manned 15 day space mission. A salient step in China’s space exploration ambitions but more importantly, a show of might — alongside Tianhe- 2 and Qianlong-2, in mastered competence in the knowledge economy that drives the 21st century.