In an interview with Professor David Michael, we learned about how China's consumer economy has been rebounding from the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Japan's offer to join the Five Eyes alliance has created further tension between China and Japan, and is likely to bring irreversible damages to the bilateral relationship in the long run.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to a robust bilateral relationship between China and Germany, which may lead to further obstacles in the two countries' future partnership.
China's city-oriented flood mitigation policy may turn out to greatly endanger rural citizens' livelihoods and eventually China's food security.
Human rights advocates and governments can take lessons learned from Myanmar to adjust their approach to fighting for the Uyghur community’s human rights in China.
The introduction of the 2019 Extradition Bill and the new National Security Law to Hong Kong not only sparked greater political turmoil, but also added to pre-existing mutual cultural animosity.
The tensions between Chinese authorities and Xinjiang's Uyghurs have led to extreme ethnic policies, which call for further engagement of the international society on the region's human rights.
Influenced by the escalating US-China tensions, the U.K.'s recent ban on Huawei's 5G construction heavily impacts both the company's international business and British consumers.