Curtis Chin and Jose B. Collazo
Asia’s coronavirus year in review: Who had a smashing 2020? Who had a rough ride?
- 2020 was great for Tsai-Ing Wen and Jacinda Ardern, good for e-commerce, and mixed for China and its belt and road ambitions
- But it was bad for the WHO and absolutely the pits for Asia’s poor
Curtis S. Chin served as US Ambassador to the Asian Development Bank and as a member of the US Treasury Department international affairs teams under Republican and Democratic administrations. He now serves as managing director of advisory firm RiverPeak Group, LLC, assisting a range of start-up ventures, and as the inaugural Asia Fellow of the Milken Institute, a non-partisan, nonprofit economic think tank. While on the ADB board, Curtis was a leading advocate for institutional reform, and for policies and programmes focused on Asia's least developed nations. Follow him on Twitter at @CurtisSChin.