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The Akhal-Teke are thoroughbred horses native to Turkmenistan in Central Asia. Known for their intelligence, endurance, and speed, they were brought to China’s Central Plains during the Han Dynasty to breed. Unfortunately, China lacked the pedigree systems needed to support their development, and the horses perished. Creating an environment where innovation flourishes is a bit… » read more

Posted by Guo Ping

Coding the City of Tomorrow

By Tony Graziano, Vice-President of Huawei’s EU Public Affairs Office Wouldn’t it be handy to know which of the people participating in the same event as you share your interests? Well, now there’s an app for that. Thanks to the winning team at the EU-China App Hackathon, the COCOFFEE app will soon enable us to… » read more

Posted by Tony Graziano

Europe’s voters have spoken. Now its institutions are gearing up to shape the union’s destiny over the next five years. As new MEPs set up their offices in Brussels and political leaders convene to agree priorities for the new commission, one challenge in particular will be the focus of many minds: how can we digitally… » read more

Posted by Huawei Europe

This year’s edition of the InnoApps competition will see young people from Europe and China team up to jointly create innovative mobile apps for smart cities of the future. The 2014 EU-China Hackathon follows the highly successful first edition of the InnoApps competition of 2013, that was initiated by leading global ICT company Huawei and… » read more

Posted by Huawei Europe

This is my third New Year since I moved to Brussels. I have now spent more than ten years in Europe. My initial mission here in Brussels was, as my CEO says, to “build strategic partnerships with Europe’s industry and policy makers”. Three years on, I can say that despite complex policy debates and occasional… » read more

Posted by Huawei Europe