The announcement last week that the Royal Liverpool Hospital is unlikely to be completed this year, is ‘the stark reality’ of what Carillion’s collapse means for the construction industry and local communities. As a result of the announcement Unite, the UK’s construction union, has renewed its call on the […]
The employment outlook for the working population of Britain has changed in recent years, and as a result many workers are now discovering the benefits of contracting. Whether it’s more flexible work or higher pay for project-based tasks, there are a lot of reasons why people are making the […]
Despite the initial cultural shock, the immense geographic and time differences, he quickly adapted to the environment and succeeded in his career in this foreign nation. Yi ZOU José is a Venezuelan immigrant who has spent more than 4 years in China. At the beginning, he just wanted […]
Violence in Mexico escalated when the war on drugs began and is out of control. Now the culture of violence for easy money is corrupting young people. His latest film deals impressionistically with the ghosts and living metaphors which haunt this ‘surreal and melodramatic country’.
It emerged in neighbouring Japan in 1994, but from its introduction to China, the QR code (quick response code) took off so fast that nowadays it is almost omnipresent in the socioeconomic life of this country.