Where to Go for the ‘World Supermarket’ – an Analysis of COVID-19 Impact on Zhejiang’s Foreign Trade Based on Stata

By Zhentian XU, Ziying LIU, Yiming WENG, Lizhu WANG This article is to offer an analysis of the COVID-19 impact on Zhejiang’s foreign trade in 2020 by using Stata regression. It applies difference in differences model to deal with imports and exports data of Zhejiang Province between 2019 and 2020, to explore how Coronavirus factor influence trade volume in Zhejiang. Meanwhile, it talks about two … Continue reading Where to Go for the ‘World Supermarket’ – an Analysis of COVID-19 Impact on Zhejiang’s Foreign Trade Based on Stata

Across Africa and Black Diaspora Rage Steadily Increases Over Reports of Discrimination and Maltreatment in Guangzhou

By Eric Olander It’s been several weeks since the first reports of widespread mistreatment of and discrimination against African residents in Guangzhou first emerged, and since then anger and frustration among broad swathes of African civil society and the larger global black diaspora has only intensified. One of Nigeria’s largest newspapers, The Guardian, has become the latest mainstream media outlet on the continent to issue a … Continue reading Across Africa and Black Diaspora Rage Steadily Increases Over Reports of Discrimination and Maltreatment in Guangzhou

How Innovative Tourism Can Help Local Communities: Ecotourism and Responsible Tourism in Peru

What is your common way of planning a trip before departure? Maybe go online and sign up for a tourist group? Or sightseeing to different touristy places and take a abundant of pictures? As the conventional way of traveling continues to be practiced by many travelers, two innovative ways of traveling known as ecotourism and responsible tourism have already become more and more popular nowadays. … Continue reading How Innovative Tourism Can Help Local Communities: Ecotourism and Responsible Tourism in Peru

China evacuation could cost N$50m… lack of funds hamper repatriation of trapped Namibians

Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula says the lack of funds and isolation facilities as well as possible importation of coronavirus into the country are among the many reasons currently hampering the repatriation of over 500 Namibians trapped in coronavirus-hit China. Read more about this… Continue reading China evacuation could cost N$50m… lack of funds hamper repatriation of trapped Namibians

From Forest Raider to Forest Guardian: How Local Communities Contribute to the Sustainable Development in Amazon

Under the condition of the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, there is a local community in Tarapoto trying to conserve the rainforest through developing an ecotourism program. Due to the development of tourism in the Amazon forest, ecotourism becomes a friendly industry on it. As a successful example, the Tigana program started in the Tarapoto conservation area has more stories to tell. Tingana is the … Continue reading From Forest Raider to Forest Guardian: How Local Communities Contribute to the Sustainable Development in Amazon