The 55-year-old Chukashev is a senior media professional. He is now the Associate Editor of M-hobby magazine and a leader of the Meridian Culture & Art Center Display Department. He’s also a member of the International Federation of Journalists.
We met Kristof for the first time in Beijing in 2014 when he was invited to be one of the judges of the First MENG Model Contest.
After some busy development work, the TS-031 German Heavy Tank Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger (Henschel Turret) will be available this October. Closely following this kit, the SPS-037 German Heavy Tank Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger (Henschel Turret) Interior Set and SPS-038 German Heavy Tank Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Wo
The MENG’S MOST LIKED Facebook online month contests will end soon. Global modellers have actively participated in the contests and submitted more than 100 excellent works. Voted by global modellers, a total of 36 works will enter the final contest which will be held during August 22-29, 2016. The t
The results of the latest MENG’s MOST LIKED monthly on-line model contest are unveiled! A total of 16 valid works have been shared on MENG’s Facebook page. Please see the form below for the final results:
MENG and AK-INTERACTIVE have released a series of eco-friendly acrylic paint sets for different subjects. Even if you’re a beginner, you can paint amazing models with these products.
Though we are in a high-tech and information world, the most popular vehicles in the Middle Eastern and African battlefields are the various armed pickups. In recent years, pickups with different weapons have been seen fighting in different locations. Their military elements have inspired many model
The second kit of the PS series is the 1/700 U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Lexington (CV-2). The large fleet aircraft carrier Lexington was converted from a battleship under construction after the signing of the Washington Naval Treaty in 1920s. Lexington was commissioned in 1927. Lexington was
The Washington Naval Treaty, signed by the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, France and Italy in 1922, declared the start of the Navy Holiday and also led to the birth of the Royal Navy Battleship H.M.S. Rodney.