Facing Pressure From China, Can the US Recreate Silicon Valley?
By Charles Mok
The Biden administration’s plan to establish tech hubs across the U.S. can only succeed with effective private-public-academic partnership.
Becoming a ‘Sponge City’ at Shenzhen Speed
By Robert C. Thornett
Shenzhen is a prime example of China's Sponge City Program, which aims to both prevent flooding and increase water supply in urban areas.
Are ‘Sponge Cities’ the Answer to Shenzhen’s Water Scarcity?
By Genevieve Donnellon-May and Guangtao Fu
Shenzhen is facing its worst drought on record. Can authorities find a holistic, long-term solution?
How Can Shenzhen Replace Hong Kong?
By Jason Hung
China is planning to focus on Shenzhen as a new global hub. Will it work?
Why China’s Economy Keeps Booming Even After COVID-19
By Dingding Chen
With the pandemic controlled and society going back to normal, innovation and digitization are unleashing economic growth in China.
‘You Can See China From Here’: The Evolution of a Border
By Bill Callahan
Even the tightest border -- that of Maoist China -- can loosen over time, and eventually become a site of bustling exchange.
China’s Grand Plans for Shenzhen
By Eleanor Albert
The new plan for Shenzhen also shines a light on China's long-term strategy toward Hong Kong.
China’s Future Looks Brighter Away From Beijing
By Scott Moore
The future of China is being built not in the capital, but in dynamic southern cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Huawei’s Future Hinges on Its Ability to Outgrow Its Past
By Bonnie Girard
Huawei was shaped by its early environment: '80s and '90s Shenzhen, where political connections trumped any law.
12 Regions of China: The Southeast Coast
By John Lee
The historic center of China's maritime trade remains the heart of export-oriented manufacturing.
Xiongan: A New City for the Xi Jinping Era
By George G. Chen
Why Xiongan is the antithesis of Shenzhen.
Interview: China Stocks
By Anthony Fensom
Shanghai might be struggling, but look to Shenzhen.