Tagged: Denmark

Living in China: Economy threatened by aging demographic 0

Living in China: Economy threatened by aging demographic

The emergence of negative growth in the total working-age population, which some demographers predict will happen as early as 2013, is likely to contribute to slower economic growth and higher inflation, according to analysts […]

Living in China: Chinese ‘struggling’ according to well-being survey 0

Living in China: Chinese ‘struggling’ according to well-being survey

According to Gallup’s 2010 global wellbeing survey, only 12 percent of people on China’s mainland judged themselves to be thriving, the same level as countries such as Afghanistan and Yemen […]

Living in China: Only 6 percent happy, survey finds 0

Living in China: Only 6 percent happy, survey finds

Only 6 percent of Chinese people see themselves as happy, despite the government’s efforts to improve the population’s sense of happiness, according to the results of a survey announced recently […]

Interaction Design Association (IxDA) 2010 Global Student Competition: THE FINALISTS 0

Interaction Design Association (IxDA) 2010 Global Student Competition: THE FINALISTS

I recently took part on the jury of the first IxDA Global Student Design competition, which had over 40 entries, representing university programs in Australia, China, Columbia, Denmark, India, the Netherlands, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. Of those many entries, five have earned a full scholarship to Interaction10 conference […]