Commentators write on cultural maintenance, helping the really poor, and human resources in Japan.
After the failure of the US-led TPP to create jobs, Tokyo is becoming more favorable toward the Beijing-led AIIB.
Doctors need to be well-paid to avoid problems with kickbacks and side jobs, argues Zhong Dongbo.
Big data is playing an important role in building credit systems, but it also has real risks, a professor noted.
China’s military was once respected, but is now finding it harder and harder to recruit the men and women it needs. Can reforms help its transformation into a modern military?
China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection has sent 18 inspection teams, led by the Ministry’s top officials and staffed by a mix of its own personnel and staff from local governments, to inspect air quality on the spot in Beijing, Tianjin and 16 other northern cities plagued by smog.
China plans a leaner, more professional cast of officers for a smaller, smarter army
Railway worker turned professional photographer, Wang Fuchun, has spent nearly 40 years documenting the country’s carriages
A growing number of people end up in jail for the illegal possession of imitation guns thanks to China’s both vague and strict standards