MMIMMC is on the beat, keeping up with Chinese Knowledge Economy in the 21st century. This article explores if China’s landing probe Chang’e 4 on the far side of the moon heralds a new space race. By Wendy Whitman Cobb, Cameron University China became the
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
Make no mistake. Chinese football has arrived. In fact, if it were a train, it would already have departed from the station. And we are not talking about the music band that plays in Wuhan, China. We are talking of the growing juggernaut, that plays
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.