China’s Stock Market Turmoil: A Painful Lesson for Investors and Regulators
Economy,China
By Jing Wan - 23 Mar 2016

China’s Stock Market Turmoil: A Painful Lesson for Investors and Regulators

From June 15, 2015, the stock market plunged from over 5,100 points to less than 3,500 points within 20 days, causing widespread panic in the market and significantly weakening investors’ confidence.
China Facing the Exchange Rate Policy Dilemma
Economy,China

By Yuqing Xing - 23 Mar 2016

China Facing the Exchange Rate Policy Dilemma

The Republic of China as the Historic Link in Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations
Society,China

By Chih Horng Lee - 21 Mar 2016

The Republic of China as the Historic Link in Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations

Xi Jinping and His Vision of China
Politics,China

Xi Jinping and His Vision of China

In the 1980s, Xi Jinping was placed as one of the candidates for the future generation of leaders. It is believed that he had already formulated his vision of China when he took over power from Hu Jintao.
The China Factor in Malaysian Politics
China,Southeast Asia

The China Factor in Malaysian Politics

A spat between former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and the Sultan of Johor has drawn China into a political dispute in Malaysia. The spat concerns Forest City, a real estate project constructed jointly by a Chinese developer and a local developer with a stake held by the Sultan.
Chinese Diplomat Wu Jianmin’s Legacy
Politics,Society,China

Chinese Diplomat Wu Jianmin’s Legacy

Wu Jianmin, one of China’s most influential and outspoken diplomats, passed away in a car accident in Wuhan on June 18, 2016. His views on China’s security environment and open opposition to expanding nationalism and populism had made him a controversial figure, winning both acclaim and abuse.
By Xiaoping Wu - 29 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
The East and South China Sea Incidents Are Not Accidents
Security,China,East Asia

The East and South China Sea Incidents Are Not Accidents

Most such encounters are not unintentional or even unexpected. If the US persists in provocative actions despite China’s repeated requests to cease and desist, it must expect to be challenged. And if Japan continues to flaunt its control of the Senkakus, it too invites such challenges.
China’s New Push to Reform the State Sector: How Far Can It Go?
Economy,China

China’s New Push to Reform the State Sector: How Far Can It Go?

A recent article authored by the Party Committee of China’s State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council in the Qiu Shi journal has stirred up heated discussions on the direction of China’s state-owned enterprise reforms.
By Sarah Y Tong - 11 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
How Should the Chinese Nation Tackle South China Sea Issues?
Hotspots,China,East Asia

How Should the Chinese Nation Tackle South China Sea Issues?

Taipei and Beijing should designate a maritime commons area within the U-shaped line, which is equivalent to “other sea area,” so as to pacify an assertive Washington and other maritime powers.
MSCI Delays Inclusion of China A-Shares: A Blessing in Disguise?
Economy,China

MSCI Delays Inclusion of China A-Shares: A Blessing in Disguise?

MSCI Inc.’s decision on June 14, 2016 to not include China A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Market Index is seen by some analysts as a blow to the country’s efforts in raising its stock market profile and turning the RMB into an international currency. 
What Needs to Be Done to Avert a RMB Crisis
Economy,China

What Needs to Be Done to Avert a RMB Crisis

By investing aggressively in various parts of the world, China is transferring its foreign exchange reserves to other countries and intends to earn investment return from these activities. However, due to reasons such as economic slowdown and capital outflow, the balance of the foreign exchange reserves is diminishing.
By Na Xie - 06 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Why is the Chinese Government Hyper-Responsive to Public Opinion?
Politics,Society,China

Why is the Chinese Government Hyper-Responsive to Public Opinion?

Chinese opinion surveys consistently show that more than 70 percent of survey respondents agree that their government is responsive to public opinion. In contrast, in the same surveys, only a little over 30 percent in democratic Taiwan feel the same way.
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