By the turn of the century 100 working-age Chinese will have to support as many as 120 elderly Chinese.
This week: Pinduoduo’s Temu marks another high-profile entry in the e-commerce market from a Chinese tech giant.
Like the EU and unlike the US, China is trying to rein in the power of big tech companies. Can we learn from these efforts?
This week: we revisit our discussion with Singaporean diplomat, academic and author, Kishore Mahbubani.
How do facial recognition systems work and what does it mean when anyone can access these artificial intelligence driven platforms?
As China grows its economy, how do local private enterprises handle pressing social and environmental issues?
The Chinese Government declared it wants to be the world leader in AI, how has that impacted the AI City Challenge?
China’s latest census shows its birth rate has continued to fall and is bringing in new policies.
Facial recognition for gamers, app store bans for Didi: what’s behind China’s recent crackdown on big tech?
With the recent travails of Didi, and the emergence of Tencent's facial recognition feature, China's tech sector is undergoing major upheaval.
Will vengeance watching save the Chinese cinema industry, or will decreasing growth continue as consumers move to streaming platforms?
China’s motivation and ability to shift energy usage away from coal should not be underestimated.
Is Double 11 a showcase of China's private consumption power, or is it highlighting the shift from bricks-and-mortar to mobile commerce?