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We are delighted to announce the winner of the 2nd Lau-YCW Essay Competition… Chiu Wan Liu! This is a remarkable essay which captures a wider story of the gender norms, rural-urban divide and digital economy characteristic of modern-day China—one which we are honoured to share with the YCW network. Our warmest congratulations to Chiu Wan!
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a key component of China’s political and economic strategy in Eurasia. China’s growing influence across its western and southern borders is one of the most important geopolitical trends today. With the development of
A looming liquidity crunch in China could affect trillions of dollars and spill over into the financial markets. This liquidity crunch doesn’t involve capital, but a commodity no economy or country can function without – water. In the new era
Artificial Intelligence seems to be at the focus of all technology-related governmental planning, corporate strategy, and technical educational reforms, but are we really prepared for a technological tide that is already washing over us? The use of artificial intelligence in