COVID-19 Exposed Weaknesses in China’s Rural Healthcare
By Ran Yan
The pandemic exposed notable deficiencies in rural healthcare – starting with the village clinic, the first level of healthcare for rural Chinese.
Is China’s ‘Health Code’ Here to Stay?
By Chuyi Sheng and Zijia He
The genie is out of the bottle. What does the future hold for a permanent health code system?
Investigating China: COVID-19 and the CCP
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Xun Zhou.
Beijing's Blood Shortage Crisis
By Charlotte Gao
The health crisis comes after Beijing's health authorities abruptly called off family/replacement blood donations.
Modern China and the 2 Great Mountains
By Kerry Brown
Feudalism and imperialism are gone, but China faces new 'mountains': social and environmental issues.
Chinese Consumers Will Change the Global Economy
By Matthias Lomas
As China's massive population begins to spend more, the world will take notice.
Sustainably Affordable Health Care in China
By Sara Hsu
Can China balance patient affordability with sustainable service provision?
China's Coming Crackdown on Healthcare Corruption
By Andrew Collier and Vivienne Cheung
China is increasing focused on addressing corruption in its domestic healthcare industry.
China’s Unequal Health Coverage System
By Sara Hsu
The health care system needs fundamental reform, which may be out of reach at present.