As China's demographic transition takes place, what should the central government do to win the war for talents?
Smart Water Meter: How Public-Private Partnerships Between Huawei and Chinese Local Governments Popularize the Internet of Things
Public-private partnerships have been an integral part of China's public policy projects. The Smart Water Program at Yingtan is a perfect case that reflects the developing relationship.
Although the US sanctions on Huawei have slowed down the company's growth in some markets, the effects on Huawei’s smartphone business are still debatable.
China's choice of path to a full economic recovery from COVID-19 has led to a heated debate. Despite the positive growth, economists cast doubts on the price it takes.
In an interview with Dr. Yiqing Xu, we learned about how the ideology of Chinese students in the U.S. changes under growing racist rhetoric, and what that means to the U.S.
In an interview with experts Victor Shih and Kwai Ng, we gained valuable insights on the Hong Kong National Security Law's predicted impacts on the economy, law, and the people.
The US-China AI digital divide is deepening. Will Russia join with China?