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2017/02/15 | The Japan Times
Scientists and Dual-use Technologies in Japan
Scientists in Japan are concerned with whether the results of their research will be used for the right purposes.
2017/02/13 | David Paulk
This Un-American Life: China’s Struggling Podcast Industry
What’s keeping Western-style podcasts from carving out a mobile entertainment niche in China?
2017/02/09 | The Japan Times
Limiting the 'Right to be Forgotten'
According to the Supreme Court of Japan, search results can be ordered deleted only when the value of privacy protection clearly surpasses that of information disclosure.
2017/02/09 | Zhang Le
How China Will Ward Off an Attack of the Drones
Following high-profile near misses with aircraft, the country is working to combat the threat to security.
2017/02/09 | Stellina Chen
ILLUSTRATION: Uber's Last Day in Taiwan
Uber high fines in Taiwan seem to have driven matters 'off the cliff.'
2017/02/08 | Peter Wood
Chinese Acquisitions Undercut Taiwan, US Semiconductor Industry Edge
Taiwan’s position as a keystone of the global supply of semiconductors is strong, but rapidly eroding.
2017/02/07 | Ivan Labayne
The Changing Power of Rumors
Rumor sharing, or ‘pasa-bilis,' played a crucial role in the eventual overthrow of the Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines. Today it finds one of its most supreme expressions in the form of the internet, only with a different function, Ivan Labayne writes.
2017/02/06 | Liu Sha
WeWork Carves Out Space in China’s Cluttered Office Market
Managing director Ole Ruch says the sharing economy is on the cusp of becoming a ‘powerful force’ in China.
2017/02/06 | Jason Hsu
OPINION: Bye Bye Uber, Now What?
'The big picture is: is this law helping solve the problem? And what approach should the government and industry take towards disruptive innovation?'
2017/02/03 | Li Xueqing
Drones Lure Young Chinese Back to Farming
As agriculture grows more high-tech, an entrepreneurial spirit draws the children of Xinjiang’s farmers back to their childhood homes.
2017/02/02 | Edward White
Uber’s Taiwan Suspension: 'Digital Minister' Responds
Amid an ongoing regulatory battle with the government, Uber today said it would suspend operations in Taiwan.
Democracies Take Up Arms Against Cyberattacks
'An adequate defense will be multilayered and rolling it out will be much more difficult than simply ensuring our politicians change their passwords regularly.'
2017/01/26 | Wayne Pajunen
OPINION: Trump Properties Likely Terrorist Targets
By not divesting of his business empire President Trump presents terrorists with new soft targets.
2017/01/24 | Olivia Yang
PHOTO STORY: 2017 Taipei Game Show Shines in Booming Industry
The Asia-Pacific region is leading the global games market with revenue of US$50.1 billion in 2017, and the eSports economy is expected to earn US$1 billion in 2019.
2017/01/21 | Lauren Young
The Female Space Sculptor Who Designed the Earliest Space and Aviation Helmets
Alice King Chatham's name is attached to some of the world's most pivotal aviation and space experiments.