Kuang Hong is another talented self-taught digital artist from Shangha, China. He is now working as an art director in a game company. He has had his artwork featured in top magazines such as Fantasy Magazine, ImagineFX, Computer Arts China, Kikan-S, Spectrum 14, Fantasy Art Now, Advanced Photoshop Magazine, and Ballistic Publishing’s “Exotique” and “Expose” series. We have collected some of Hong’s works here. Have a look and they will deeply impress you.
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Hong Kuang Commodities
Well-being, Communication, Community
Arts & Culture, Industrial Design
Posted December 29, 2013
By Nadia Rizzo
Community, Industrial Design
Hong Kuang Commodities Hong Kong Blog Reviews
China's imports of crude oil, iron ore, copper and soybeans fell in August from July's record highs, but shipments stayed at elevated levels as manufacturing activity in the world's second-largest economy gains pace.
Headline trade data showed China's overall imports and exports in August were stronger than expected and have sustained the upward trend since July, adding to evidence that the world's top commodity buyer may have avoided a sharp slowdown.
China is showing signs of a steadying economy after growth slowed for nine of the past 10 quarters, with robust production from steel mills, refineries, power plants and smelters helping to boost consumption of raw materials.
"Imports in August may have slipped from a month ago, but they are still at very high levels, which is a reflection of strong underlying demand as the economy recovers," said Zhang Yu, an analyst at Yongan Commodity Futures.
Posted September 30, 2013
By Abraham Chevaughn
Community, Industrial Design
Zhang Fei sums up one of the headaches for China’s Premier Li Keqiang in his efforts to refocus the country’s economy.
The 40 year-old contractor, who’d just earned 160 yuan ($26) for four hours work at a local steel mill, is leaning on his red motorcycle in grimy army fatigues and battered running shoes on Galaxy Street. That’s a 10-mile strip lined with forges, welders, tire repair and auto-painting shops, as well as restaurants, a school and a hospital.
After a decade of failed efforts to cut outdated commodity capacity in China, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says Li is getting serious, driven by the need to reduce severe pollution. Zhang and thousands like him on Galaxy Street live off servicing mills in Tangshan, the largest steel city in China that alone has almost five times as many blast furnaces as North America.
Posted September 29, 2013
By Adaeze Slavica
Community, Communication Design
U.S. stocks rallied as reassuring economic news overseas, easing fears about Syria, and greater comfort about Federal Reserve policy helped lead blue chips to their best day in nearly two months. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 140.62 points, or 0.9%, to 15063.12, marking the index's biggest one-day gain since July 11.
The S&P 500-stock index rose 16.54 points, or 1%, to 1671.71, the benchmark's best session since Aug 1. The S&P 500 is up 17.2% so far in 2013. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 46.17 points, or 1.3%, to 3706.18.
The S&P 500 shed 3.1% in August as investors worried about the potential for the Fed to pare back its efforts to support the U.S. economy. The prospect of U.S. military action against Syria has fanned investor fears. But September so far has shaped up to be a better month for stocks, with Monday marking five consecutive sessions of gains.
U.S. stocks rallied from the opening bell Monday with help from strong economic data released overnight by China. The country reported that exports rose 7.2% in August from a year earlier. A weakening outlook for China has been a source of concern among many investors.
The materials sector, seen as closely tied to commodities demand from China, led the S&P 500 Monday, rallying 1.5%. Industrials shares, also seen as linked to the region's economy, were up 1.2%.
"It seems like the Chinese export engine is gearing up a little bit," sa...
Posted September 12, 2013
By arjeta lund