- Global College, Long Island UniversityGlobal Studies, 2004 - 2009
- Vagabond Journey TravelEditor, 2004 - present
Business district flourishes at strategic crossroads
With 60 skyscrapers in two concentric circles, Zhengzhou's Zhengdong central business district (CBD) aims to become a financial and banking
China's copycat manufacturers are now pushing the boundaries of innovation
When Chinese manufacturers entered the global hi-tech space, they were known for copying the designs of big companies from other countries.
Disappearing villages: the losers in China's breakneck urbanisation
So rapid has China's development been that at any given moment there are vast, empty proto-cities waiting for people.
China set to attract younger expats looking for more enjoyable livelihoods
China remains a magnet for international workers from near and far, but the daily lives, motivations and compensation packages of today’s ex
China “Book Tour” Concluded and the Official Release of Ghost Cities Book
It was a big week: four speaking events in four cities across China in six days. The day after I was filmed by a Russian TV news crew for a
Did China’s Internet Censors Forward Me to a Transsexual Porn Site?
It appears as if I may have been the recipient of a joke on behalf of China's internet censors.
A Look At The Two Million Person Relocation In Guizhou, China
2 million people are being cleared out of the hills of Guizhou and moved to cities. But is this really happening?
Stampede on the Bund: An Eyewitness Account of Shanghai’s New Year’s Tra...
Andrew recounts the terrible stampede on the Bund in Shanghai that took place on New Years.
Chinese Culture and the Amazing Ability to Ignore the Obvious
It is the differences in culture and perception that makes traveling so fascinating.