CGTN Nature: Three Parallel Rivers Series | Ep. 6: Noble Rhubarb

Resembling a bright yellow pagoda, the noble rhubarb mainly grows at 4,000 meters above sea level around the alpine subnival belt. This area has the highest altitude among terrestrial ecosystems, with raging gales and sharp day-night temperature differences. The noble rhubarb has its own way to survive such harsh environmental conditions. Subscribe to us on … Read more CGTN Nature: Three Parallel Rivers Series | Ep. 6: Noble Rhubarb

CGTN Nature: Southwestern Guangxi Series | Ep. 2: Family on the Rocks

The white-headed leaf monkey, or Trachypithecus poliocephalus, is native to southwestern Guangxi. With a population of less than 1,200, it has evolved into a unique subspecies in an area smaller than 200 square kilometers in the region. South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region is home to more than 1,100 kinds of terrestrial vertebrates, of which … Read more CGTN Nature: Southwestern Guangxi Series | Ep. 2: Family on the Rocks

Astronomer Explains How SETI Searches for Aliens | WIRED

Is there any life beyond Earth? SETI Institute Director Emeritus Jill Tarter believes we will find that answer in the 21st century. Jill explains the science and logistics that goes into searching for extra-terrestrial life, and the reasons why there’s still so much to explore. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Get … Read more Astronomer Explains How SETI Searches for Aliens | WIRED

Technology: Making the Asian Highway also an Information Highway

Rohan Samarajiva PhD is founding Chair and CEO of LIRNEasia, an ICT policy and regulation think tank active across 12 emerging Asian economies. He is a member of the Board and former Chair of the Lanka Software Foundation and Board Member of the International Communication Association. Here, he discusses the issues of broadband quality and … Read more Technology: Making the Asian Highway also an Information Highway