Macau continues to be a relevant global outpost for trade and economy in the 21st century
For a fish that can get more expensive than a Lamborghini, is the Japanese koi really worth the hype?
Take a step inside the most breathtaking bookstores Asia has to offer
China: How Does the Social Credit System Work?
“Chinese parents are breaching the fabric of the afterlife to make sure that none of their children remain unwed, even in death.
China’s aggressive mass surveillance system just got an upgrade: it now spies on foreigners.
With BILLIONS of trips completed in 2018, Asia remains the bastion of the global ridesharing industry
Why do older Chinese politicians sport jet black hair?
Strife-torn Hong Kong has been dropped from the 2019-20 Forumula E season as the city is battered by four months of violent pro-democracy protests that show no sign of abating.
Quick Specs On The J-20 – China’s Most Powerful Stealth Jet & How It Compares To US’s F-22
China’s Belt and Road initiative plans to economically interconnect nations but at what cost?
A look into the United Nations, achievements and challenges in the Asia-Pacific
Satellite images show sea intense coral reef damage due to poaching of Giant Clams
What are Chinese livestreamers willing to pay for fame? There is an alarming trend of Chinese livestreamers tempting fate and death for a shot at popularity. It has been estimated that there at least 900 live streaming platforms serving China, and over 10 million active vloggers all over the country.
International brands suffer from huge losses yearly to both organized crime and Chinese manufacturers who don’t give two cents if they’re infringing on intellectual property rights.
Vulnerable Pakistani brides are tricked into marrying Chinese men in China and are subjected to horrible acts such as abuse, organ extraction, and prostitution.
Tiffany & Co. have removed a tweet showing a woman covering one eye after Chinese consumers accused the jeweller of supporting the Hong Kong protesters.
The Chang’e-4 lunar landing is just but the first of the many victories China has set its eyes upon in the race to dominate space.
China is now drawing closer than ever to building a more closely-monitored society as it gains more support from domestic surveillance tech firms.