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2018/05/25 | The Conversation
Malaysia's Real Political Struggle Is Just Beginning
The election went smoothly, but the political forecast looks rough.
Expect No Surprises in China's 'New Era' Economic Policy
Stability and redistribution will be the watchwords of the Xi administrations economic policy as China strives to achieve its goal of becoming a "moderately prosperous society" by 2021.
2017/09/06 | Chublic Opinion
Chinese Netizens, Sports Administrators and the Undoing of a Ping Pong Hero
'It soon became clear that this was not a scheduling error, but an open revolt unprecedented in the history of Chinese Ping Pong.' Another strange happening on the Chinese Internet, unpacked by Chublic Opinion.
2017/08/20 | Ni Dandan
Can Tax Breaks Boost Private Health Insurance in China?
National tax incentives have produced a surge in inquiries, but eligible policies hold little appeal for most individuals.
2017/04/27 | Toshiya Takahashi
Japan's Slow March Back to State Control
Japan’s constitutional revision debate masks silent state control, writes Toshiya Takahashi.
2017/03/24 | David Green
From Fiction to Reality: Universal Basic Income Gaining Traction in Asia
The idea is gathering global popularity after a landmark trial in India showed a basic income of as little as US$5 per month had a powerfully positive effect on health, community action and investment decisions in target communities.
China and 'Banking on Growth Models'
The key problem with China’s state capitalism is that it misallocates capital, is increasingly dysfunctional and is under-allocating credit to the private and household sectors.
2016/09/01 | ZiQing Low
Thousands Ready for Weekend Pension Reform Protest in Taipei
Organizers of Saturday's protest estimate that as many as 100,000 military veterans, retired civil servants and public school teachers could take part in the event.
2016/07/14 | Thomas Kellogg
China and the End of Reform
BOOK REVIEW: ‘China’s Future,’ By David Shambaugh