Matteo Damiani

CHINA-UNDERGROUND. Matteo Damiani is an Italian sinologist, photographer, author and motion designer. Matteo lived and worked for ten years in China. Founder of CinaOggi.it and China-underground.com.

Recent articles

China’s AI market to reach 11.9 billion U.S. dollars by 2023, paper

The Artificial Intelligence market in China could reach 11.9 billion US dollars in 2023, according to a document released by the global market intelligence...

China orders public offices to remove foreign tech by 2022

The Chinese government, according to the Financial Times, has ordered to remove every foreign computer and software from government offices and public institutions within...

Interview With Michelin-Starred Chef Li Dong

Li Dong, originally from Beijing, is the executive chef de cuisine of Jing Yaa Tang, the acclaimed restaurant of the Beijing boutique Hotel, Opposite...

SAMEBIKE G7186 Electric Bicycle Foldable E-bike 250W Motor 16inch Wheels 7.5Ah Battery Max 25Km/h

The height-adjustable handlebar and saddle are suitable for people of different heights, suitable for adults and teenagers. 16inch pneumatic rubber tires for comfortable ride, great...

1980’s Longzhu Pu-erh Sheng (Raw) Zuncha tea Brick 220g

This brick has been in HK storage and is from an unknown factory. This brick is steeped in mystery as it has been visited...

1994 Liu Bao Six Forts Wild Dragon Cake Black Tea

This tea comes in a large 5 kg Dragon Cake baskets and is well-aged and tastes smooth and amazing. You will search for a long...

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Joshua Wong asks for a political system reform of Hong Kong, interview

Joshua Wong is a Hong Kong politician and vocal activist of the pro-democracy movement. Recently he was banned to run for the election of the city's council and to travel to the EU parliament.For more updates regarding the...

The disastrous handling of the Hong Kong protests by the police: Interview with Man-kei Tam, director of Amnesty International Hong Kong

Dr. Man-kei Tam is the director of Amnesty International Hong Kong from 2 November 2018. We have heard reports from protesters of sexual abuse, violence and even fake suicides by Hong Kong police. How will it be possible...

Interview with Jumping Goat

Jumping Goat (跳山羊)is a post-punk, garage noise band from Xi'An, the ancient capital of China. In October Jumping Goat released their debut album 'Walking on the Ice'. Official site Vocal & keyboard: Tingting Xiao Vocal & guitar: Wei Xin Bass: Fuxin Hao Drum:...

Interview with Xiao Dou: the psychedelic sound of Run Run Run

Xiao Dou, a student of the erhu, 二胡, a two-stringed bowed musical instrument known in the West as the Chinese violin, started his career in the music industry working as a sound engineer for bands and clubs...

Interview with Joshua Wong: Fight for democracy

Joshua Wong (Joshua Wong Chi-fung,黃之鋒) is a Hong Kong student activist and politician who serves as secretary-general of pro-democracy party Demosistō. Wong first rose to international prominence during the 2014 Umbrella Movement. In April 2016, Joshua Wong...

Interview with Jared Stone, one of the photojournalists in the video of Hong Kong police throwing tear gas grenade at press members

Jared Stone is an Australian photojournalist and fully trained emergency nurse from Melbourne. From August 30, he is in Hong Kong to document the Hong Kong protests.A few days ago he was a witness and protagonist of a...
 

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