Non-fungible tokens, aka NFTs, have been widely talked about across pretty much every industry. Sentiment toward the digital asset varies depending on which side of the street you’re talking to – enthusiasts who love it tout it, but the skeptics who remain unconvinced heed and encourage caution. However, recent reports
For many in Hong Kong, Peel Street is either the place for a civil dinner or the place to immerse yourself in a night of debauchery. Although the strip has been dubbed as the “new Lan Kwai Fong,” the vendors wrapping the 200-meters possesses a sense of community that the
In late 2018, a wave of orders were issued from the White House in response to the rise of the Middle Kingdom. Trump had accused China of stealing the United States’ technology with the heated rhetoric solidified in Section 301 followed by the imposition of billions of dollars in tariffs.
Bumble’s founder and chief executive officer Whitney Wolfe Herd wants the female-centric dating app to grow its expanding world reach and its mission-based focus, according to a recent piece by Fast Company. Bumble has been busy lately. The company recently reached 100 million users and its scandal-afflicted parent company
On Bonham street in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, where there is a noticeable concoction between Eastern and Western influence, sits a martial arts training center – Versus Performance. Within the gym, a handful of former and current fighters (MMA, Muay Thai, boxing) train and teach a mixture of wannabe and professional
Reports of racism against Chinese individuals and those who might be mistaken as Chinese are surfacing as global fear of the coronavirus continues to rise. From South Korea to France, reports of racism are contributing to a climate of fear and distrust around the response to the virus. For many
Recently, Dinocrates Group announced its acquisition of Global Management Systems, Inc. (GMSI), a networking and communications company. At the time of the acquisition, GMSI handled communication network systems for various private enterprises, as well as some of the most secure public-sector organizations in the world, such as the US Department