Posts Tagged ‘china’

November 19th, 2013 - 1:32 pm § in Humanities, IGAD

East Meets West

Yang Liu was born in China, but has lived in German since she was 14. A celebrated designer, Liu recently released a graphic exhibit that illustrates her observations about differences between East (China) and West (Germany). The exhibit has been re-interpreted as a series of Infographics.  Just Go[...]

April 16th, 2012 - 1:01 am § in Data Sources, Data Visualizations, featured, Humanities, STEM, Uncategorized

The World’s Largest Online Population [INFOGRAPHIC]

Believe it or not, China has the largest online population by number. But there are several other countries, including the United States who have a greater percentage of online users. Asking how both can be true will be a great opener for this infographic. The infographic goes on to describe China&#[...]

January 6th, 2012 - 2:10 am § in Data Visualizations, STEM

Study shows China and India’s social media users are more engaged than US counterparts

It is common knowledge (to many) that in many parts of Asia students attend school 6 days a week rather than 7. They are pushed farther, and are held to a higher degree (at least as portrayed in many films, which I hope have some truth in them). What is also widely know is the […][...]