Everyman’s Strategic Survey: China’s Belt and Road Initiative explained.

downloadThere are two “Everyman’s Strategic Surveys” today …

First: The South China Morning Post‘s excellent visualization of China’s Belt and Road Initiative was named ‘Best Data Visualisation Project’ at the World Digital Media Awards 2017.

The presentation, which is in five parts …

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… is at this site. It doesn’t take long but it is worth the few minutes to understand the scope and scale of the five major projects that the Chinese are planning.

The last of the five (Khorgos: the biggest dry port in the world) was discussed a few weeks ago in an Everyman’s report of “The Middle of Nowhere.”

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