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UK, China strengthen strategic scientific partnership to build a better world for all

UK, China strengthen strategic scientific partnership to build a better world for all

Racing against time to find a new antibiotic that will prevent 10 million people every year dying from common infections....

Jo Johnson | September 23, 2016, Friday


Don’t blame global wealth inequality on free trade

Don’t blame global wealth inequality on free trade

Nowadays, globalization’s opponents seem increasingly to be drowning out its defenders....

Hernando de Soto | September 23, 2016, Friday


Reaching for climate’s lowest-hanging fruit

Reaching for climate’s lowest-hanging fruit

Next month, signatories to the 1989 Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer will convene in Kigali, Rwanda, to consider an amendment to the treaty that would gradually reduce, and...

Patricia Espinosa and Mario Molina | September 22, 2016, Thursday


Paper mill undaunted by market pressures and mounting environmental concerns

Paper mill undaunted by market pressures and mounting environmental concerns

THROUGH a pair of safety glasses, I watched as our guide Lao Jin (Old Jin) sweated in his uniform and shouted into a microphone, trying to cut through the noise echoing through the factory. Lao Jin is ...

Ni Tao | September 22, 2016, Thursday


Research collaboration a key to global partnership between China and UK

Research collaboration a key to global partnership between China and UK

RACING against time to find a new antibiotic that will prevent 10 million people every year dying from common infections. Creating new strains of rice that can feed more people while cutting down on polluting ...

Jo Johnson | September 21, 2016, Wednesday


How Japan can tame the currency speculators

How Japan can tame the currency speculators

With Japan’s economy struggling to escape its deflationary torpor, the economic-revitalization plan that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched in 2012 has come under growing scrutiny....

Koichi Hamada | September 21, 2016, Wednesday


Eating at home poised to become next big thing for China’s tech-savvy consumers

Eating at home poised to become next big thing for China’s tech-savvy consumers

One of the consequences of the explosion in China’s middle-class — which now accounts for 68 percent of the urban population — has been the overwhelming desire amongst families to eat out. By offering ...

Kunal Sinha | September 21, 2016, Wednesday


How children can grow up learning ‘the power of small’

How children can grow up learning ‘the power of small’

JAYESH Patel stretched and smiled. He quoted Mother Teresa, “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” Growing up, Jayesh Patel was nicknamed “toilet boy.” Since ...

Allison Zhu | September 20, 2016, Tuesday


Bamboo flute player who has a heart of gold

Bamboo flute player who has a heart of gold

ON the wall of a riverside pavilion in Bacheng, an ancient town in Suzhou, is a sheet of hand-written text bearing the title “Good Man Dongbao.” I noticed the poster as I walked past with a few friends ...

Wang Yong | September 20, 2016, Tuesday


Ikea loungers may attract media attention, but real story is Swedish brand’s tolerance

Ikea loungers may attract media attention, but real story is Swedish brand’s tolerance

IKEA stores in China have again made headlines, for the same reason they often do. The New York Times published a story on August 26 entitled “Shh, it’s naptime at Ikea in China.” The story claimed that ...

Ni Tao | September 19, 2016, Monday


 

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