A tongue-in-cheek video outlining the latest ‘news’ in the on-going WikiLeaks slash Julian Assange case. There’s even a hat tip to one of 2010′s biggest viral video successes and current #1 most-viewed clip on YouTube, Antoine Dodson’s “Bed Intruder Song” at 4min 30sec. Although the amount of actual news content in this (WikiLeaks) video is questionable, it’s a great way to help communicate important current affairs to audiences who have no interest in tuning in to the traditional 6pm bulletin on the box.
[via Schitz Popinov]
C.Custer posted an interesting retrospective on the ChinaGeeks blog this week, discussing soft power, censorship and how the Wu-Tang Clan became unlikely ambassadors for China and its traditional culture. So what do 90s east-coast hip-hop, the Confucius Institute, a 1987 film by Steven Spielberg and an Australian electro-pop duo have in common?
Wale‘s debut album, Attention Deficit (2009), has been popping up on my playlist sporadically since my good mate Dave recommended it. I relocated to Shanghai just over a month and have been helping local music company, Split Works put this together. More on that in another post.