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India’s Tech Unicorn Count Continues to Grow Despite Broad Market Turbulence
June 17, 2022

India’s Tech Unicorn Count Continues to Grow Despite Broad Market Turbulence

By Dmytro Spilka
While China shows a slight dip in startups, India’s tech unicorns are surging.

‘War Without Rules’: China’s Long-Term Gambit for Global Power
June 13, 2022

‘War Without Rules’: China’s Long-Term Gambit for Global Power

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Robert Spalding.
Where Is China-US Technology Competition Going?
May 02, 2022

Where Is China-US Technology Competition Going?

By Dingding Chen and Wang Lei
The case of Huawei shows the extent -- and limits -- of U.S. attempts to curtail China's technology industry.

China’s Tech Crackdown Could Give It an Edge
April 30, 2022

China’s Tech Crackdown Could Give It an Edge

By Kevin Klyman
Analysts abroad assume China’s new regulations and restrictions on tech giants will destroy the industry. On the contrary, this is achieving several key goals for Beijing.

Layoffs at China’s Internet Giants Indicate a Deeper Dilemma
April 21, 2022

Layoffs at China’s Internet Giants Indicate a Deeper Dilemma

By He Jun
The tech industry's struggles also points to deeper problems in capital allocation and consumption in China's economy.

China’s ‘Whole Nation’ Effort to Advance the Tech Industry
April 21, 2022

China’s ‘Whole Nation’ Effort to Advance the Tech Industry

By Xiao Tan and Yao Song
The re-emergence of China’s “whole nation” system seems to mark a new era, where the government’s role in the tech industry is raised to a new level.

What Will China’s Metaverse Look Like?
March 30, 2022

What Will China’s Metaverse Look Like?

By Yi Jing Fly and Laura Grünberg
Whether future or fad, one thing is certain: China will not miss out on shaping this new ecosystem.
Will ‘Common Prosperity’ Reach China’s Takeout Drivers?
March 12, 2022

Will ‘Common Prosperity’ Reach China’s Takeout Drivers?

By Daniel Alan Bey
Systemic burdens facing rural migrants, combined with the tech sector’s exploitative tendencies, resulted in shocking working conditions for China’s couriers. Now the workers are pushing back.

China’s Digital Power: Impact on the EU
February 08, 2022

China’s Digital Power: Impact on the EU

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Tim Rühlig.

China’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Anti-corruption Campaign Snares Former Hangzhou Party Secretary
February 01, 2022

China’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Anti-corruption Campaign Snares Former Hangzhou Party Secretary

By Jesse Turland
Zhou Jiangyong was judged to have facilitated the “disorderly expansion of capital,” which some are interpreting as a warning sign for Alibaba’s Jack Ma.

What is the Future of China’s Vocational School Drive?
December 28, 2021

What is the Future of China’s Vocational School Drive?

By Zhuoran Li
China’s technical schools cannot fulfill the government’s target of training a skilled workforce without much-needed reform.
Tech Regulation in China Brings in Sweeping Changes
December 21, 2021

Tech Regulation in China Brings in Sweeping Changes

By Kai von Carnap and Valarie Tan
Relations between Beijing and China’s tech giants have been complex and in flux for many years. But recently the government has taken a much clearer approach.

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