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Photos are a piece of art – Interview with young Bedford photographer Emma Dullingham

June 6, 2013 9:50 am1 comment
Photos are a piece of art – Interview with young Bedford photographer Emma Dullingham

Emma Dullingham is a photographer based in Bedford. She featured in Caprice Magazine Canada Represented by Koloro fine art and photography agency. Featured twice in Vogue Italia. Koloro’s Photographer of the year 2012. Piotr Balkus: Your photographs were featured twice in Vogue Italia. How did that happen? Emma Dullingham: I […]

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Jesus Christ: The Last Interview

October 15, 2012 9:13 pm1 comment
Jesus Christ: The Last Interview

This had to be the trickiest assignment I’d had so far since working for 21st Century News. The idea was easy. At 21st we choose who we’d like to interview or what historical event we’d like to witness first hand, make the request to one of the editors who then […]

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Interview With Mr Lin Junqiang of the Chinese Central Government

July 18, 2012 6:13 pm0 comments
Interview With Mr Lin Junqiang of the Chinese Central Government

As the online commerce market in China is rapidly expanding, businesses and consumers are demanding an update of the country’s complex regulatory framework. A range of decrees, regulations and provincial frameworks are currently in place, regulating issues such as domain names, internet surveillance and monitoring, electronic signatures, telecommunications, online content […]

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Interview – Norman Lamb MP on Consumer Protection in the UK

July 12, 2012 11:54 am2 comments
Interview – Norman Lamb MP on Consumer Protection in the UK

Following the adoption of new Consumer Rights Directive by Brussels at the end of 2011, the British Government is preparing for a major overhaul of the country’s consumer rights regime. Countries have been given until late 2013 to implement the new European Union guidelines on how best to protect their […]

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New laws needed as “China cannot keep up with technology”

July 2, 2012 8:00 pm0 comments
New laws needed as “China cannot keep up with technology”

SHANGHAI – The complex legal framework that regulates e-commerce activities in China will not be updated “for another five years”, according to Lin Junqiang, Deputy Director of the Information Centre at the Industry and Commerce Ministry in Beijing, who spoke exclusively to Michiel Willems in Shanghai. Junqiang stressed new laws […]

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