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2017/01/20 | Joanna Mills
Coal, Development and Death in Asia
A new report from Greenpeace and Harvard says Chinese-financed coal projects in Asia could lead to 70,000 premature deaths a year.
Chinese Tech Workers Blame Trump for Job Cuts
Oracle employees say company wants to "please Trump" and move positions back to the U.S.
2017/01/18 | Ryan Jones
One Foot in the Real World, the Other in a Virtual One
The Taiwan Virtual Reality Meetup in Taipei is an experiential social gathering of foreign residents and Taiwanese who share an interest in interactive and immersive technologies.
2017/01/16 | Edward White
Escort ‘Scarlet Bunnie’ Sheds Light on Singapore’s Sex Trade
'They are more concerned with making Singapore look clean; clean, as in there are no sex workers on the street, online, anywhere in sight.'
2017/01/13 | Rosemary Chen
Fish Hook in Taiwan's 'Green' Energy Reforms
Taiwan this week passed new legislation to deregulate the electricity market and boost the uptake of clean energy. But do the changes go far enough?
2017/01/13 | David Prentice
Is China Colonizing Sri Lanka?
Sri Lankan protests over a new Chinese-led port development have turned ugly.
2017/01/11 | Edward White
Are Apps in Asia Killing the Planet?
'Without key policy changes, the rapid growth of the internet in East Asia will likely be powered by coal and other dirty sources of electricity,' Greenpeace says.
2017/01/11 | Timothy Ferry
Craft Beer in Taiwan: A Passion, Not a Fashion
The number of breweries, and pubs offering their products, has been growing rapidly.
2017/01/05 | Mo Tz-pin
Trending in Taiwan Today
The biggest stories from around Taiwan today.
2017/01/05 | Sarawak Report
More Questions on 1MDB's Secret Bailout from China
Has the Malaysian leader sold out the Malays to the Chinese?
2017/01/05 | Mukta Patil
India's Currency Chaos Puts 50 Million Tourism Jobs at Risk
'We went from ATM to ATM in Mumbai during our first three days in India and there were huge lines snaking outside all of them,” one tourist recounted. “Once, after waiting for 45 minutes, we reached the front of the queue, and the cash ran out.'
2017/01/05 | ZhongXiang Zhang
Powering a Low-Carbon China
There are reasons for optimism as China tries to tackle climate change.
2017/01/04 | Liu Xu
Get out of Jail Free: China’s Lenient Anti-Monopoly Laws
Loophole-riddled regulations allow firms to carry on profiteering despite paying fines.
2017/01/04 | Yiping Huang
Economic Uncertainty Hangs Over China in 2017
Property development, infrastructure spending and manufacturing investment are the sources of much uncertainty about the future of China’s economic policy.
2017/01/03 | The Japan Times
Abenomics Four Years On
Four years on, it’s time to move forward.
2016/12/31 | Edward White
Taiwan to be Tested in 2017: President Tsai
Tsai Ing-wen today held her first major briefing and Q&A with the foreign press in Taipei.
2016/12/21 | David Prentice
The Chinese Super League: A Footballing Vanity Project on Steroids
When it comes to the beautiful game, the Chinese demonstrate only that they know the cost of everything, but the value of nothing, writes David Prentice.
2016/12/18 | Swagata Yadavar
Why Demonetization Stings India's Onion Farmers
Onion farmers in India with no access to internet are hit hard by the recent demonetization measures.
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