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.
China Reports 60,000 COVID-related Deaths
By Joe McDonald
Those numbers may still underestimate the toll, though the government said the "emergency peak" of its latest surge appears to have passed.
The 6 Horsemen of the Apocalypse for China
By Kung Chan
The struggles of 2022 highlighted six crises China will have to face now and into the future.
Xi Jinping’s Great Leap
By Ben Lowsen
In China’s haphazard COVID-19 opening, Xi has created a crisis of a scale unseen since Mao.
China's Medical Aid in Africa
By Long Wang and Joshua Bateman
China is doing more than building roads in Africa. It's also curing patients.
China Prepares for Big Pharma
By Zachary Torrey
Pharmaceuticals is a target industry under the “Made in China 2025” plan.
Alzheimer’s: China’s Looming Health Challenges
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Peter Fuhrman
China’s Struggle With Demographic Change
By Spencer Sheehan
Will China's aging population bring down the economy?
Asia’s Coming Genomics Revolution
By Will Greene
From China to Japan and Singapore, Asian countries are investing in the genomics revolution.
Chinese Consumers Will Change the Global Economy
By Matthias Lomas
As China's massive population begins to spend more, the world will take notice.
Ali Health: A Revolution for China’s Healthcare Industry?
By Ariella Rotenberg and Peng Di
Led by Alibaba, private-sector players are threatening a major shakeup of China’s healthcare sector.