China’s COVID vaccines are already being distributed. But how do they work, and where...

By Adam Taylor Chinese authorities have already approved multiple COVID vaccines for emergency use in the country, and nearly a million Chinese have already been vaccinated with...

Chang’e 5: China launches sample return mission to the Moon – is it winning...

By John Bridges China has been the only country to land on the Moon for over 40 years – since the Soviet Luna programme. Its recent...

Hacking the pandemic: how Taiwan’s digital democracy holds COVID-19 at bay

By Kelsie Nabben Taiwan’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been among the world’s best. With a population almost the size of Australia’s, the island...

Is Reaching Zero COVID-19 Possible?

By Kingston Mills Most scientists agree that stringent control measures, involving efficient contact tracing, testing and isolation, together with social distancing and mask wearing, are...

From Trump’s TikTok Mess to Technology War against China

By Dan Steinbock              As the US economy is expanding trade wars, which will derail global recovery, the Trump White House is targeting Chinese innovators...

The Jack Ma Story: Why Thinking Big is More Important than Technical Knowledge

By Rainer Zitelmann "We don’t want to be number one in China. We want to be number one in the world," said Jack Ma shortly...

Leadership and Management Challenges Driving Innovation in China

By David De Cremer If innovation is defining what drives success in demanding, volatile and uncertain markets, then China can be seen as a situation...

The Three Phases of Chinese Innovation

By George Yip and Bruce McKern Chinese companies have moved from outright imitation to pure business innovation. This article discusses the three phases of the...

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