Shea Driscoll

Shea Driscoll

Social Media Editor

Shea is a contributor to Inkstone. He is the South China Morning Post’s social media editor.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin
Areas of Expertise
Social media, proofreading/digital production, video game industry
Training in China's 'birthplace of tai chi'
This is the "birthplace of tai chi," where devotees of the Chinese martial art come to learn and train. Chenjiagou may be a small village in central China but the Chinese Wushu Association says it is where tai chi originated, according to state media organization Xinhua. People in the Chinese diaspora practice tai chi, both as a means of self-defense and for its purported health benefits. At Chenjiagou Taiji School, young fans of tai chi get into shape, with smiles and no small amount of sweat. Check out how they train in the gallery above.
A Singlish guide to the North Korea summit
The leaders of the US and North Korea will be meeting for a historic summit in Singapore. The city-state is best known for its clean streets, a long-standing ban on bubble gum and a stunning airport. What may be less well known is that its a multi-ethnic city state with citizens who speak a colorful, distinctive dialect of English, called Singlish. We run you through a few of the Singlish phrases which Trump and Kim might be employing on June 12.