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Diabetes and politics

What do Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Taiwan's former president Chen Shui-ban and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have in common? Well, all three are said to be suffering from severe diabetes, adding a ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-12

What record number of Chinese undergrads in US tells us

Another wave of Chinese undergraduates pushed the number of international students studying in United States colleges and universities up 8 percent last year to a new high of nearly 900,000, according ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-19

QE ideas that may work in Europe

It is now a near certainty that, by the end of this year, falling energy and commodity prices will push annual inflation in the eurozone below zero – well under the European Central Bank’s target of n ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-06

Kerry: US-China climate change leadership essential

United States Secretary of State John Kerry urged closer cooperation with China to tackle climate change and other issues, despite differences over cyber spying and maritime security. Kerry was laying ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-05

Where are Hong Kong’s moderate democrats?

During a tumultuous four weeks of protests, crowds ebbed and surged in response to the use of force against protesters. Yet, on closer inspection, one could find an interesting picture: moderate demo ...More

EJ Insight2014-10-29

What water is worth

In the early 19th century, Lord Byron wrote in Don Juan that “till taught by pain, men really know not what good water’s worth”. Nearly 200 years later, humanity still does not seem to understand wate ...More

EJ Insight2014-10-07

Curry brain food? I'd rather put it in my mouth than in my head

There's one more excuse to eat curry: beating dementia. Apparently, the spicy hot Indian dish already loved around the world is also food for the brain, Mail Online reports, citing German researchers. ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-26

Apple's 'celebgate' distraction

Is it a minor problem that will blow over quickly? Or could it develop into something big and entail a financial payout to settle the matter?  This is the thought that must be going through the minds ...More

EJ Insight2014-09-16

Africa, UN step up Ebola fight

Sierra Leone deployed army troops and quarantined neighborhoods while Liberia closed schools and put state employees on leave as they stepped up efforts to contain a deadly Ebola outbreak, the Wall St ...More

EJ Insight2014-08-01

Survey links women's hair loss to pay, pressure

About 40 percent of Hong Kong women suffer from hair loss and the problem is more common among those in higher pay grades, according to a survey commissioned by an unnamed hair treatment brand. Sky Po ...More

EJ Insight2014-07-25

China won't accept US rules for cyber snooping

The decision by the United States to indict five officers of the Chinese military on May 19 for commercial cyber-espionage is unprecedented and appears to stem from political rather than economic reas ...More

EJ Insight2014-06-03

Li Ka-shing unit eyes stem-cell meat horizons

The private investment arm of Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing could be gearing up to invest in eco-friendly tissue engineering technology to grow meat and animal hides, the Hong Kong Economic Journal rep ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-26

Rail link scandal puts Cheung’s fate in balance

He was a dark horse for the 2017 chief executive race but Housing and Transport Secretary Anthony Cheung Bing-leung could find himself out of the running as the bungling of the cross-border high-speed ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-07

Chinese firms step in where US now won't tread in Russia

Chinese firms could be in for a bonanza as Moscow starts feeling the pinch from US sanctions imposed on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine. Last week, in the name of defending Ukraine's sovereignty, th ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-07

Reforming China's state-market balance

No country in recorded history has grown as fast – and moved as many people out of poverty – as China over the last thirty years. A hallmark of China's success has been its leaders' willingness to rev ...More

EJ Insight2014-05-05

No quick breakthrough for new-energy cars

Initiatives by Beijing and Shanghai authorities earlier this year to include non-local auto brands onto their lists of approved new-energy cars had been widely touted as a major breakthrough in ending ...More

EJ Insight2014-04-24

Standard Chartered names Greater China chief, WSJ says

Standard Chartered Plc. has expanded the role of its Hong Kong chief executive, Benjamin Hung, to include oversight of the bank's Greater China operations, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. In ...More

EJ Insight2014-04-02

The Big Picture: ALIBABA IPO

E-commerce giant Alibaba Group announced Sunday that it will launch its initial public offering (IPO) in the United States, putting to rest months of speculation over its listing venue. The US listing ...More

EJ Insight2014-03-17

PBoC doubles yuan trading band, paper says

The People’s Bank of China is doubling the daily trading band of the renminbi against the US dollar from today, China Securities Journal reported. The Chinese currency will be allowed to fluctuate 2 p ...More

EJ Insight2014-03-17

Property firms buckle under copper financing losses, paper says

Property companies that bought copper as a financing hedge are confronting a double loss as the price of the metal falls, the Shanghai Securities News reported Thursday, citing analysts. The losses fr ...More

EJ Insight2014-03-13

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