Liquor tax in China is lower than in most other countries. Prof Brian Viard on whether there is a case for raising it.
History shows that the world goes through cycles that repeat themselves. And from these cycles emerges the next superpower.
Finding a better work-life balance depends on setting clearer priorities, and maybe, women can have it all.
Can women have it all? Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi famously disagreed. And this is why she is right.
What does the prominence of successful business women, despite pressures from society and family, say about the glass ceiling in China?
Why the cost of discrimination in terms of race, gender or sexual orientation is so high, and why prejudice makes us all poorer.
The Ebola pandemic has exposed our vulnerability and lack of preparedness to deal with disaster. What can we learn from our mistakes?
Author and researcher Leta Hong Fincher on the confounding phenomenon of women forfeiting their property wealth in China.
Online and mobile dating should be a natural fit for the country, so why are are dating sites in China not making more money? Swirling pools of onlookers and parents pore over a bulletin board in Shanghai’s bustling marriage market, nestled in People’s Park in the city’s center, occupying what was formerly a colonial racetrack. Filled with […]
The aging population in China needs a housing solution. So what’s stopping the industry from booming? Since the beginning of 2014, Jim Biggs has been living in a brand-new residential facility for senior citizens with dementia. He’s just 54 years old, and has no problem with his memory. Biggs, the managing director of Honghui Senior […]