Who would have thought – in Klondyke again. My little piece of ghost town in the middle of nowhere. I made a good friend there. My life changed its course there. And, by the way, it will play a significant role in the new doc project.
Category: Breaking the Codes
Documentary film project on history of cryptology by Artur Ekert and Karol Jalochowski.
Cryptographer, an inventor of quantum key distribution protocol, Artur Ekert in today’s Nature – on free will in the world of distrust. It seems this little corner of Holland Village is our base location in Singapore. Full article here, behind a paywall though: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v507/n7493/full/nature13132.html
Singapore. Kranji radio station in 1934, photos courtesy of Museum of Radar and Communications at HMS Collingwood
Singapore less known. Kranji radio signals intercepting station, also known as RN W/T Station Kranji, pictured in 1967. Far Eastern Combined Bureau used to (1937-42) tap wireless communication across South-East Asia, and between Soviet Union and Far East. Today it’s the location of Singapore Army’s School of Signals.
Nüshu. Slender and beautiful secret code of women from Jiangyong County in Hunan province of southern China. Discovered in late XX century. The very last person proficient in Nüshu died nine years ago.