When was the last time you were at home/on a holiday/with your kids/in bed/out with your friends/with relatives/on the train/at… Read more Work/Life Non-Balance
We have all at one time or another depended upon media, whether it be pictures or text, TV or magazines,… Read more A Reflection On The Media’s Portrayal of the Eastern Worker’s Welfare and Health
While wading amongst the thousands of media channels that I encounter regularly, it has quickly become apparent that control throughout… Read more The Puppeteer Named Murdoch
Consider the definition of representation: “Representation refers to the construction in any medium (especially the mass media) of aspects of… Read more Tell Me, What Do You See?
Essentially our perception of Chinese workers and their rights within their nation is driven by a classic case of Westerner’s… Read more A Tale of Moral Panic
In Gok Wan’s 2012 UK TV-documentary ‘Made in China‘ the half-Chinese fashionista flies to China to investigate how factories over… Read more The Chinese Deadlock
Since I’ve started to research how Western media represents Chinese workers and their rights, I’ve come across a subtle trend.… Read more Westerners Without Borders
Never before has ill treatment in Asian factories been so publicly discussed, debated and decried by the media and on… Read more The Fuel Powering the World’s Retail Market