"As business people, our goal is to reduce complexity," said Kent Kedl, greater China and north Asia managing director for global risk consultancy Control Risks. "China resists that at every turn."
A woman makes thread at a hand operated spindle in Yunnan, China on March 25, 2013. (V-A-K/Flickr)
In a lively discussion with China bear Jim Chanos, economist (and China bull) Stephen Roach notes the key areas of reform he thinks China will implement to continue on a succesful path for growth.
In pictures: how China's President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan got the red-carpet treatment on their three-country tour of Africa.
Economists Jim Chanos and Stephen Roach, who will be speaking at Asia Society New York on Wednesday, agree to disagree over where the Chinese economy is headed.
Multicolored lights paint the waters of Shanghai, China on March 24, 2013. (serg_ulixes/Flickr)
Amidst speculation that the one-child policy might be coming to an end in China, Leslie Chang evaluates where it stands today.
Art critic Holland Cotter calls major exhibition of 17th century Chinese paintings "compelling" and a "highlight of this year's Asia Week New York."
With confirmation that the United States is serious about its "rebalancing toward Asia," Matt Stumpf offers ideas on how to craft a positive vision for U.S. relations in the region.
Highlights from National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon's appearance at Asia Society in New York on Monday, March 11, 2013.
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