So easy to say, but so hard for many businesses to put into practice.
This year I’ll explore the ways digital communication innovations are changing the way people, businesses, and ideas interact with one another.
The stereotype of Texas involves more than Western attire. It’s an attitude — a certain swagger.
The nation’s poverty rate is at its highest level since 1991, but poverty in Texas is even worse. Check out this blog post I wrote for The Texas Observer on the troubling new poverty data.
My final story for ChinaInFocus.net explores the organic and sustainable food movements in Shanghai, which remain within the financial reach of a privileged minority.
Both microblogging giants—Twitter in the West and Sina Weibo in China—have become bastions of global social-media culture. But the two platforms are not equally free and open.
As middle- and upper-class Americans increasingly seek out organic, local and sustainably produced foods, the prosperous villagers of Xiejiaqiao outside the Chinese city of Hangzhou are eagerly abandoning the hard labor and time commitment of subsistence farming for a market-based food system.