As the criticism grew, it led to thousands of retweets saying that supporting Mulan is tantamount to being complicit in these human rights violations. Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong and internet users in Taiwan and Thailand are among those who promoted hashtags “#BoycottMulan” and “#BanMulan” on Twitter. … [Read more...] about Disney’s remake of Mulan draws criticism for filming in China’s restive Xinjiang region
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According to a report by Space, several other private companies based in the USA are also trying to launch similar rockets. This includes Virgin Galactic. Its suborbital SpaceShipTwo has flown into space during test missions (at least, by the definition of the US military). Virgin Galactic also plans to fly customers and cargo aboard SpaceShipTwo in the coming years. … [Read more...] about China’s reusable spacecraft | How will it change space travel?
If everyone on the team becomes a leader, an organization can work together cohesively to achieve a mission.”Without a doubt, leadership is more important now than ever,” says Sajnog. “I ask business leaders, would you rather have me teach you to be a great leader or teach your entire organization how to be leaders. Organizations can be more successful if everyone on the team is a leader.” … [Read more...] about These Navy SEAL techniques can help you lead and motivate your team
What is it? Facebook Campus is a dedicated section of the Facebook app that’s unique to a specific college. Students can sign up with their @edu email address and graduation year, to connect with classmates and see groups, events, a news feed, and chat rooms hosted within their school. (Basically, everything Facebook already offers, but within a school.) … [Read more...] about Here’s everything to know about Facebook Campus, a back-to-basics service for college students
AR: Regulation is an expression of what the society deems valuable. With companies, typically regulations have been especially effective in trying to force companies to reckon with externalities, things that they just don’t have to deal with. So pollution is the classical example, but there’s others, like safety. I think we’re not the only ones pointing at some of the cultural damage and societal damage. That’s what you see when you see these guys marched onto Capitol Hill. People are increasingly concerned about those aspects of social media companies, misinformation, all that good stuff. We get the regulation we vote for in a sense. That’s how the system works. It’s kind of a checks and balances in my view. In the last generation, the way it’s been set up is to let the private sector rip and then deal with problems afterwards. I think we’re in a moment where that is being called into question. How much state and federal regulators and … [Read more...] about How Silicon Valley turned true innovation into an overhyped delusion