Stephen Quinn is based in Hong Kong and has been writing about wine in the Asian region for the past six years. He makes videos for DecanterChina.com as well as writes print stories. Along with his freelance work, Dr Quinn runs MOJO Media Insights where he trains media professionals to make broadcast-quality videos using only an iPad Mini. He is the former digital development editor at the South China Morning Post, where he helped re-launch the site that won in November 2012 the WAN/Ifra gold medal for best news website. From 1996-2011 Dr Quinn, an Australian, was a journalism professor in Australia, the UAE, the US, and most recently China. From 1975-1995 Dr Quinn was a journalist in Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. He has written 18 books. The most recent, the third edition of MOJO: Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region, appeared in 2012. Examples of his videos can be found at http://www.youtube.com/ningbomojo. He blogs at http://squinn.org.
[Video] The man often described as Portugal’s version of Robert Parker Jr gave workshops about Portuguese wine in Hong Kong and Macau early May, and spoke exclusively to DecanterChina.com about the future for Portuguese wines in China.
[Video] Macau’s first wine and dine festival, held May 23-26 at the Venetian resort, has been acclaimed a major success, with plans to expand to other regions in future years.
[Video] Australia’s Barossa Valley has some of the world’s oldest vines still producing wine, including semillon, shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and mouvedre.
[Video] Christie’s auction of the Henry Tang wine collection in Hong Kong in March was sold for HKD 48,052,488 (USD 6,222,797 or GBP 4,100,342).
[Video] A group of winemakers from the Rhone region of France visited Hong Kong and Shanghai in late February to raise awareness of their wines.
[Video] China's wine consumption will continue to drive the global market over the next half decade, according to forecasts from the London-based International Wine and Spirit Research company (IWSR).