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Asian Culture in Scotland

The Asia Scotland Institute introduces Asian Culture in Scotland The Asia Scotland Institute recommends a full cultural selection of Asia-related events happening throughout Scotland.   The Asia Scotland Institute is a non-profit organisation which exists to promote a greater understanding of Asia through the sharing of knowledge. The importance of cultural events must not be…

Gateway House

Weekly Briefing Volume V, Issue 27: Thursday 7th July, 2016 www.gatewayhouse.in Gateway House Features & Blogs India-Africa ties: pitching higher Prime Minister Modi’s tour of four African countries will seek to build upon high-level visits to the continent, providing fresh impetus for the reinforcement of India-Africa relations in matters of diplomacy, business, security, and energy,…

China’s Ripening Taste for Cheese

By Betty Du As China continues to globalise, the nation’s rich and long-standing food culture has been receptive to Western influences and many in the booming middle class have acquired a taste for non-traditional foods, such as cheese. At present, due to the widespread prevalence of Western fast food chains, cheese consumption is predominantly driven…

Asif Rangoonwala – Inside the Mind of a Global Entrepreneur

Mr. Asif Rangoonwala, joined by a number of other globally focused speakers, spoke at a fantastic event last week on Friday the 17th of June at 200 St Vincent Street. Asif is no stranger to the world of international business and entrepreneurship. As a result of his somewhat non-traditional educational background, Asif said he learned…

Foreign investment in Vietnamese higher education

By Ross Macleod On my way home from work yesterday, I alighted upon the pavement with my customary good timing just as an old woman was throwing a bucket of water out onto the street and consequently all over my legs.  Drawing on my fine education in the Vietnamese language, I said nothing.  As I…