Created in China
van PRI Public Radio International
Ga met uw muis over de titel en klik op 'Afspelen' om naar een audiopodcast te luisteren. Open iTunes om op iTunes U collecties te abonneren en ze te downloaden.
China invented paper, printing, the compass and the seismograph. China was among the first to harness fossil fuels and map the stars. And then, about 500 years ago, it lost its innovative edge. Now China hopes once again to lead the world in creativity. In this five-part series, The World’s Asia Correspondent Mary Kay Magistad examines the history of Chinese innovation. Winner of a 2009 Sigma Delta Chi Award for Journalism.
||History of Innovation in China||The first of five episodes in the Created in China series, Mary Kay Magistad looks at the history of innovation in China. From PRI's The World.||6-5-10||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||Chinese Innovation and Government||In the second part Mary Kay Magistad looks at how the government in Beijing is trying to spur innovation. Currently, much of the effort has focused on trying to do it all in China. From PRI's The World.||6-5-10||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||Education, Creativity and Innovation in China||In the third part of the series, Mary Kay Magistad examines the ways China’s educational system thwarts innovation. From PRI's The World.||6-5-10||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||China, Innovation and the Private Sector||In this episode, Mary Kay Magistad explores how innovation in China is coming – and will have to come – from the private section. From PRI's The World.||6-5-10||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||China’s Communist Party, Economic Growth and Political Control||In the final part of the series, Mary Kay Magistad reports on whether China’s Communist Party can continue to deliver economic growth and still maintain tight political control. From PRI's The World.||6-5-10||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
Klanten hebben zich ook geabonneerd op
- Categorie: Azië-Pacific-studies
- Taal: Engels
- 2010 Public Radio International (PRI)