A child looks on as American military vehicles pass his village on the outskirts of Spin Boldak, southeast of Kandahar, Afghanistan. Photo: AP
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US leaves China a Xinjiang terrorism problem with its Afghanistan exit
16 Aug 2021 - 10:40PM

Beijing needs to guard against the spread of Islamist extremism, but Chinese boots on the ground in the ‘Graveyard of Empires’ would ring alarm bells in India and Russia.

A child looks on as American military vehicles pass his village on the outskirts of Spin Boldak, southeast of Kandahar, Afghanistan. Photo: AP
US leaves China a Xinjiang terrorism problem with its Afghanistan exit

Beijing needs to guard against the spread of Islamist extremism, but Chinese boots on the ground in the ‘Graveyard of Empires’ would ring alarm bells in India and Russia.

16 Aug 2021 - 10:40PM
Alex Zhu’s journey from failed startup to TikTok chief
21 Nov 2019 - 9:15AM
The gamer who quit his job to create a gadget empire
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
Alex Zhu speaking at the #ProductSF conference in 2016. (Picture: Greylock Partners via YouTube)
Alex Zhu’s journey from failed startup to TikTok chief

TikTok's popularity has attracted scrutiny from the US government, which is concerned about the short-video app's ownership by China-based ByteDance. 

21 Nov 2019 - 9:15AM
Razer
The gamer who quit his job to create a gadget empire

Min-Liang Tan is the founder of Razer, a company that makes gaming computers and peripherals and recently expanded into fintech for millennials. A lawyer by training, he’s considered one of the most well-known entrepreneurs in Singapore’s startup scene.

Min-Liang Tan is the founder of Razer, a company that makes gaming computers and peripherals and recently expanded into fintech for millennials. A lawyer by training, he’s considered one of the most well-known entrepreneurs in Singapore’s startup scene.

20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
Start-ups
The millennial entrepreneur creating China’s answer to Beyond Meat

Lu Zhongming is the young entrepreneur bringing artificial meat to mooncakes in China. He rose to fame after an appearance on China’s Shark Tank, which helped fund his first business selling protein bars.

Lu Zhongming is the young entrepreneur bringing artificial meat to mooncakes in China. He rose to fame after an appearance on China’s Shark Tank, which helped fund his first business selling protein bars.

20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
The Chinese billionaire keeping batteries from exploding in your smartphones and electric cars
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
This Chinese billionaire built AI to help Samsung and Huawei take better photos
The millennial entrepreneur creating China’s answer to Beyond Meat
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
The Chinese billionaire keeping batteries from exploding in your smartphones and electric cars
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
This Chinese billionaire built AI to help Samsung and Huawei take better photos
20 Sep 2019 - 8:10AM
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