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2018/07/14 | Diálogo Chino
ANALYSIS: China's Latin American Belt and Road Chimera
Is China simply rebranding existing Latin American infrastructure projects as sparkling Belt and Road successes?
2018/07/14 | Nick Aspinwall
Sculpture Honoring Chinese Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo Unveiled in Taipei
One year after his death in captivity, the Nobel laureate and prominent Chinese dissident was commemorated in a small gathering near Taipei 101.
2018/07/14 | John Dough
PHOTO STORY: Sihanoukville, China's New Colony
A photographic exploration of Sihanoukville's transformation from sleepy Cambodian town to hotbed for Chinese investment.
Fixing China's Sharing Economy Woes
Labor strikes, low wages, and impossible deliveries have ravaged China's gig economy. Simply hiring contracted workers may lead to sustainable growth.
2018/07/13 | David Green
Taiwan Rocks RISE with Startup Team Demos – Part 2
Check out life-changing online education technology, life-saving IOT solutions, and life-altering animation tools. 
2018/07/13 | East Asia Forum
ANALYSIS: Chinese Arms Sales Are Not a Diplomatic Weapon
China has not increased its arms exports to Belt and Road partners, nor has it penetrated markets traditionally reliant on Western suppliers.
2018/07/12 | The Conversation
Thailand's Caves Are Mythological Wonderlands
All 12 Thai schoolboys and their football coach have been rescued from Thailand's Tham Luang cave complex. Northern Thailand's caves are considered labyrinths of sacred spirit.
2018/07/11 | New Mandala
'Thailand 4.0': No Security in the Growing Thai Gig Economy
Thailand has high hopes for the growth of its sharing economy. Despite promising early returns for workers, there is little reason to believe they will lead to long-term stability.
2018/07/11 | Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan Spared Major Damage by Typhoon Maria
Labeled a Category 5 storm as recently as yesterday, Typhoon Maria weakened and turned north, relieving Taiwan of any major harm.
2018/07/10 | Coco Dollanganger
PHILIPPINES: Is the #BabaeAko Movement Really About Duterte?
The #BabaeAko movement grew out of anger with the misogyny of President Duterte - or so we thought. Many Filipino women resent efforts to politicize their struggle for equality.
2018/07/10 | AsiaGlobal Online
Asia's Philanthropy Problem: Growing Wealth, Stagnant Giving
Wealth in Asia is growing rapidly, but philanthropy is lagging behind. Charitable infrastructure remains underdeveloped throughout the continent. Governments and corporations can fix this.
2018/07/10 | Global Voices
Is Your Phone Spying on You? Inside Chinese Camera Backdoors
Chinese internet giant Tencent was quick to defend a 'feature' in which a smartphone camera self-activates when messaging apps are opened, leaving the country's mobile users worried.