I am as much a skeptic of the digital humanities as I am a practitioner. In particular, I have a lot of reservations about applying advanced GIS methods on plain or spotty samples that are better served by manual plotting or choropleth maps. This is especially the case with data sets extracted from medieval and… Read More »Visualizing the Korean Peninsula using ASTER DEM data
In April 2016, I will spend a week in Palo Alto as a DHAsia @ Stanford short-term resident fellow. Many thanks to Tom Mullaney and Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis at Stanford for organizing this program.
I visit China regularly, about two to three times a year, and each stay lasts anywhere between a week and a month. When China was new to me still, I was more than satisfied exploring the country with an old bar phone that I borrowed from a local friend. However, as time went on and… Read More »How to: Local 3G SIM card for visitors of China (China Unicom in Shanghai)