A year since the Hong Kong protests began, what has changed and what lies ahead?
Here’s how China’s national security bill law for Hong Kong can affect the financial hub.
What would happen if instead the military budget was used to finance our healthcare system?
The Mysterious Disappearance Of The First SARS Virus, And Why We Need A Vaccine For The Current One But Didn’t For The Other
Some people question why the current coronavirus has brought the world to standstill while a
The coronavirus outbreak is officially a crisis – let’s not waste it. Undeniably, the international
If the deaths caused by the recent COVID-19 outbreak aren’t already enough, there are escalating
Investors are still being fairly complacent about the novel coronavirus. After the number of new
The coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen in China. The Chinese government has announced even stricter
Public fear seems inevitable given the alarming updates on the coronavirus outbreak, and isolation —
Viruses are quick studies. They’re prolific at adapting to new environments and infecting new hosts.
The World Health Organisation has postponed its decision about whether to classify the new Wuhan
Pollution killed 8.3 million in 2017, making it the number one environmental cause of premature
China boasts the largest military in the world in terms of available active military manpower,
The decision by the US House of Representatives to pass legislation tightening up the scrutiny
Protests in Hong Kong have captured the world’s attention in recent weeks, with demonstrators closing
Hong Kong Is One Of The Most Unequal Cities In The World. So Why Aren’t The Protesters Angry At The Rich And Powerful?
There have been many explanations for the turmoil in Hong Kong, with protests still ongoing.
Traditionally in China, 70 is an auspicious number. A person who reaches 70 is considered
Like ‘Shooting Water’: Why The Hong Kong Government Must Accept That Compromise Is The Only Way Forward
The Hong Kong protest movement is not deescalating – nor will it. Having battled for
Over the past two months, Hong Kong has roared into global headlines. Its seven million
As the protests in Hong Kong continue, it’s not uncommon to see teenagers dressed in
Beijing Is Moving To Stamp Out The Hong Kong Protests – But It May Have Already Lost The City For Good
Since the start of mass demonstrations in Hong Kong in early June, there has been
Beijing has made no secret that it is weighing up the option of using force
Protest organisers in Hong Kong claim that nearly two million people, most clad in black
The Hong Kong mass protests made it past the eight-week mark and it has been
What does the term “globalization” mean? Is it a strictly economic phenomenon or does it
China is currently one of the world’s most powerful economies. Now touted as the world’s
Since Neil Armstrong’s first landing, other countries have since sent their own missions to explore
Donald Trump’s presidency has been marked by a rise in protectionism. His “America First” policy
Less than two years after China banned most imports of scrap material from abroad, many
The ongoing US-China trade war is turning out to be really ugly for tech companies.
A trade war is more than just getting companies like Huawei banned. Initiating a trade
On the same day Poles celebrated the freedom to choose their own representatives, China’s political
Most people know from daily experience that memories are vital for their sense of well-being.
Over the past decade, the infrastructure of retail has entirely changed as a result of
Leaders from different parts of the world convened in the Second Belt and Road Forum
Technology continues to permeate the way we live. Along with this, we have a generation
Gentrification is reshaping urban areas all around the world, displacing large segments of the population
The world is changing faster than ever before. With billions of people hyper-connected to each
Few will deny that the past few years have been rough. But believe it or
Few global issues have taken on more current importance than the future of the postwar,
The “weapons” in a trade war are everywhere. It’s the food you eat, the train
China’s expanding influence is complicating strategic calculations throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Small states, dependent on
Politicians and the media expend inordinate amounts of energy debating migration, often using nativist, populist
In 2017, we saw the consolidation of China’s power and influence globally, and of Communist
Trade friction between China and the United States has been brewing for some time. But
American cities still have the edge when it comes to high-tech startups and venture capital,
Projections suggest cities will swell at an astonishing pace – but whether that means our
Asian states are becoming increasingly interested and involved in the Arctic region. This signal was