In this issue of Global Impact, we look back at the fallout a month on from the China Eastern Airlines flight MU5735 tragedy.
In this issue of Global Impact, we take a closer look at key issues that women in Asia and around the world continue to face.
All passenger planes carry two recorders containing audio from the cockpit and extensive flight data that can provide clues to the cause of the accident.
Labour participation, parental leave policies, fair pay and protections against harassment give an idea of progress.
It’s the first Hong Kong-based outlet to join the global alliance aimed at expanding the focus on women’s rights and gender equality issues.
In this issue of Global Impact, we look at the case of Chinese tennis pro Peng Shuai and summarises what we know so far.
The former Wimbledon and French Open doubles champion’s whereabouts are unknown after she accused a former senior official of sexual assault.
In this issue of Global Impact, looks back at the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Rome.
The Aukus alliance, a three-party security pact between Australia, the UK and the US, will equip Australian forces with the know-how to build nuclear-powered submarines.
In this issue of Global Impact, we recap the key points of Xi Jinping's speech as China’s Communist Party celebrated its centenary on July 1 and what it means for the country and the world going forward.
This week, the Global Impact newsletter takes a closer look at the issues affecting China’s 2022 Winter Olympics.
This week's Global Impact newsletter takes a closer look at China’s legal system and recent efforts to boost confidence in the courts.
Thousands of legislators and advisers will gather in Beijing in early March to set and endorse the national agenda.
This week’s headlines include the central bank’s proposed definition of monopoly in China’s third-party online payments market, Alibaba founder Jack Ma’s first public appearance in nearly three months and WeChat’s future outlook after a decade of influence.
This week’s top stories: AI recreations of ancient Chinese emperors’ faces, a deep dive into China’s online microlending industry and the latest round of bans on apps including TripAdvisor.
This week’s headlines include Huawei’s sale of budget smartphone brand Honor, US short seller Muddy Waters and Chinese social media firm Joyy clashing over fraud allegations and the revival of the PC business amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Facial recognition technology, more widely deployed than ever amid the pandemic, is nonetheless controversial.
This week’s round up of our leading stories: China calls the US an “empire of hacking”, legendary Apple guru Kuo Ming-chi’s assesses the iPhone 12’s prospects, and Huawei’s woes put a dent in its founder’s personal wealth.
In this week’s round-up of the biggest stories about China tech: more complications surrounding the US TikTok deal, the status of Huawei’s chip supply and advancements that could pave the way for safer organ transplants from pigs to humans.
This week’s round-up of top tech news includes India’s ban of 118 Chinese apps, how Huawei is coping with increasing US pressure and Chinese tech export restrictions that may complicate a TikTok sale.
Our top stories this week include a report on foreign cyberattacks in China, Huawei admitting a ‘big loss’ from US sanctions as its supply of high-end Kirin smartphone chips are set to run out soon and video platforms regulating extreme-eating videos.
Analysts say a backlash against China tech in India has created opportunities for US firms to fill the void, but Chinese smartphone brands are still dominating the market, at least for now.
Tech companies remain tight-lipped about plans following India’s ban of 59 Chinese apps, foreign firms look to move manufacturing out of China and Intel resumes supplies to server giant Inspur after a brief interlude.
Governments are diverging in their approaches to coronavirus contact tracing, China’s start-up ecosystem is rising up the ranks, and several tech firms launched new initiatives to help street stalls and small businesses this week.
Satellite images and data show air pollution returning to parts of China; Shanghai consumers spend US$2.2 billion in 24 hours; and Didi Chuxing boss Jean Liu Qing says for the first time the ride-hailing giant’s core business was profitable.
Chinese robotics companies have seen a surge in demand for their products during the coronavirus outbreak, which could lead to robots becoming more common in the future.
In this week’s top tech stories – US think tank points to China’s continued global leadership in AI; AutoNavi map data shows consumer activity starting to return to normal; and China maintains position as global 5G wireless network leader.
Amid mounting pressure from the US, short video app TikTok is reportedly taking steps to distance itself from China while branching out to other markets.