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With Poor Care at Home, the Rich Lead China’s Medical Tourism Boom

by Liu Sha | Sep. 20 2017

Wellness tourism is a $3.7 trillion market globally and China is becoming one of the largest source countries for.

China Stands Ready to Lead eSports Globally

by Chris Russell | Sep. 18 2017

eSports is more than playing digital games online. With an estimated market value of $104 million in 2017, it is.

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Invisible Hand Revealed: How to Put a Lid on Traffic

What’s the best way for Chinese cities to go about enforcing license plate restrictions?   China’s.

by Brian Viard | Aug. 29 2012

Far From the Goalpost

Football in China: big business or a tale of flawed finances.

by David Friesen | Aug. 10 2012

Nicholas Lardy on rebalancing the Chinese economy

Nicholas R. Lardy, the Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow at the Washington D.C.-based Peterson Institute of International Economics.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jul. 14 2012

Talent: China’s Hottest Commodity

As the war for talent intensifies, Chinese companies seem to be outdoing MNCs for the first time ever.

by Sam Waldo | Jul. 12 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Helping out the Competition

Why did Boeing buy back used Airbus planes from China Eastern Airlines.

by Brian Viard | Jul. 12 2012

Beyond Profits: China’s Social Entrepreneurs

A new breed of entrepreneurs takes on China's most vexing problems.

by Kay Park | Jul. 3 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Protected in China?

What is behind the Chinese government's move to enforce stricter intellectual property regulation.

by Brian Viard | Jun. 21 2012

Snaring the Dragon

What could stop growth in China and what can the country do about it.

by Bennett Voyles | Jun. 19 2012

World-class in Beijing

Chen Ping, president of the National Center for Performing Arts, on the genesis of a world-class performing arts center.

by Li Mengjun | Jun. 13 2012

Searching for an edge

Most people agree that China is losing its labor cost edge. So what will be the country’s next.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

The Future of Work: Hello robot, goodbye worker

How will the progress of IT and automation change the future of work? In 1988, Harvard Business School Professor Shoshana.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

Two to tango

While Jaguar Land Rover and Chery Automobile stand to gain from their partnership, they must realize that just having a.

by David Friesen | May. 23 2012

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