Gavin Blair has covered politics, economics, business, entertainment and culture in Japan for publications in Asia, Europe and America for 15 years.
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Some Japanese parents are paying as much as US$65,000 for companies to forcibly reintegrate their reclusive children into society.
As some Hong Kong firms consider an exit strategy in the wake of Beijing’s national security law, Asian cities are angling for a piece of the action.
With massive losses and more boardroom departures, including Alibaba founder Jack Ma, questions are raised about who can rein in Son’s risk-taking impulses.
Plans for carmakers to start building the vital medical equipment appear to have been shelved amid approval processes that can take up to five months.
Japan has an ‘invisible problem’: ownership of an area of land the size of Taiwan is a mystery, and it’s causing problems for disaster relief programmes.
Even as other Asian nations pull back, the world’s two largest cryptocurrency thefts haven’t turned Tokyo off the blockchain phenomenon.