Photos/Words by Aurélien Foucault
Throughout the ages, sharing a beer in good company has always been an important part of social interactions. But what if beer could do more than just bring joy to those who drink it?
That’s the idea that pushed two French brothers, Fabien and Samuel Marzelière, to found Brasserie Tête Haute—”a company that serves people, not the other way around.” Located in Couffé, a rural town near Nantes in the west of France, Tête Haute is a hybrid project combining a brewery, an org...
Words and photography by me: Aurélien Foucault
As Chairman and Founder of Anton Oilfield Services Group, Luo Lin has spent the Past 20 years building the first listed Chinese oilfield company.
Founded in Xinjiang’s Tarim Basin in 1999, Anton Oilfield Services Group (Anton) is now a global business with a presence in more than 20 countries and an overseas business that accounts for over 70% of revenue. With two big oilfield management services projects underway, in Iraq and Chad, it’s setting itself up for global dominance.
Anton is a busi...
Japan’s Erina Yuguchi celebrated her 19th birthday in superb style on Sunday, claiming a new world record on the track on the final day of competition at the Beijing Grand Prix.
Racing in the 200m, the T61 sprinter stopped the clock at 46.93 seconds – her second world record in two days, having raced the 100m a day earlier.
The T61 class for double above-knee amputees was established last year.
The 200m race was won by China’s T46 sprinter Lu Li (26.07) – gold medallist over one lap at both t...
Article by Gabriel Wildau
Photographs by Aurélien Foucault
Numerous challenges haven’t stopped indie musicians from performing in the Chinese capital. William Hancock scopes out the city’s exciting underground scene.
Written by William Hancock
Photographed by Aurelien Foucault
Photos to illustrate an article by Yuan Yang for Financial Times.
On March 13, 2017, the EastWest Institute (EWI), in concert with the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR), convened the first ever conference on prospects for infrastructure cooperation between the United States and China. This conference, held in Beijing, brought together a U.S. delegation comprising investment and infrastructure experts—some of whom have advised the Trump administration on infrastructure—with Chinese counterparts from a number of private sector a...