Monthly Archives: June 2007

How to work with interpreters

I spend a lot of time working with interpreters, which can be trying. Interpretation is one of those things that it seems no one is ever entirely happy with. Someone always feels like some essential point or nuance didn’t make … Continue reading

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We’re Hu Jintao’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Imagethief was interested to see on the front of the Saturday¬†South China Morning Post¬†a segment of a painting that has just been unveiled in Hong Kong to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 1997 hand-over of sovereignty. This is no … Continue reading

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Nobody said media-whoring would be easy

If you follow the Internet in China, you may have heard of a young man who goes by the online name “Zola” (or “Zuola” to be perfectly correct). He has been billed as “China’s first citizen journalist“. Zola first attracted … Continue reading

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China’s food crisis PR strategy: Blame everyone else

Note: This is a republishing of a post published on the original Imagethief blog on June 4, 2007. Original comments and external links are not included. A few weeks into China’s rippling food quality crisis a PR strategy is coming … Continue reading

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Stupidvator

One of the fine things about moving to a new city is that you always encounter something you’ve never seen before. In Shanghai I experienced the thriving majesty of the Huangpu river, the early-morning army of huishou men and women … Continue reading

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