The longtime China correspondent talks about his new book; the wall of secrecy created by the CCP; why China is particularly bad for foreign journalists now; and the consequences of the shrinking coverage of Chinese society.
The journalist and author talks about the uncertainty of Hong Kong's political red lines; what it's like to report there now; the lack of possibility for resistance; and the 'King of Kowloon.'
The scholar talks about conducting research on Xinjiang; the ‘dataveillance’ and ‘smart factory’ system in place there; and the tech breakthroughs that have come out of the region.
How has Russia's invasion of Ukraine affected citizens of Taiwan?
The journalist-turned-CEO talks about his new book, how companies should think about risk, and how China's overreaction to Covid accelerated decoupling.
The scholar talks about how Taiwan propelled China’s economic rise and why the Ukraine war doesn't allow for predictions about Taiwan.
The writer talks about why technology is the only valid tool we have right now, how sci-fi is becoming too conservative as a genre, and China's big data advantage.
The business consultant talks about the full complexity of human trafficking, how companies can 'leave' responsibly, and the very fast-evolving picture of sanctions.