Paula Campbell

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Review | Empire of the Winds: account of Southeast Asia’s ‘great archipelago’ rejects China’s take on its history

In Empire of the Winds, author Philip Bowring explores the history and significance of a region he calls Nusantaria – 20,000 islands stretching from Malaysia, the Taiwan and the Philippines to Indonesia and Timor.

20 Mar 2019 - 6:58PM

In Empire of the Winds, author Philip Bowring explores the history and significance of a region he calls Nusantaria – 20,000 islands stretching from Malaysia, the Taiwan and the Philippines to Indonesia and Timor.

Empire of the Winds: account of Southeast Asia’s ‘great archipelago’ rejects China’s take on its history
Review | Shenzhen Superstars is a primer on China’s rival to Silicon Valley from the pen of an unconventional Swede

Review: Swedish journalist Johan Nylander delights in bucking convention in this surprising take on life in the southern Chinese technopolis – a book motivated by his shock at the world’s ignorance of ‘China’s smartest city’

5 Feb 2018 - 11:04AM

Review: Swedish journalist Johan Nylander delights in bucking convention in this surprising take on life in the southern Chinese technopolis – a book motivated by his shock at the world’s ignorance of ‘China’s smartest city’

Shenzhen Superstars is a primer on China’s rival to Silicon Valley from the pen of an unconventional Swede
Evolving Darwin’s big theory

Charles Darwin’s work on natural selection rocked humanity’s view of itself in 1859, and laid the foundation for modern science. Now a Hong Kong-based geologist has refined the great naturalist’s findings, writes Paula Campbell.

26 Apr 2014 - 11:08PM

Charles Darwin’s work on natural selection rocked humanity’s view of itself in 1859, and laid the foundation for modern science. Now a Hong Kong-based geologist has refined the great naturalist’s findings, writes Paula Campbell.

Evolving Darwin’s big theory