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Olympic Legacy

July 30, 2012


People talk a lot about legacy when they talk about the Olympic Games.  In London’s case, the word has never been far from the spotlight – and casting a glance over the previous two host cities can be telling in determining what that legacy for London might be. Athens has not fared well.  Amidst the […]

A Traditional British Summer – in Beijing

July 23, 2012


Sometimes it seems like a bit of a shame not being in England to join in the support during the Euros, Wimbledon, the Tour de France (well, we had to win something), the cricket and, of course, The Olympics.  And, I guess that’s just bad luck. But for anyone concerned that I’ve been missing out […]