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Exactly what policies are regulating China’s live-streaming platforms?

Live-streaming has gained its momentum in China since as early as 2015. It is estimated that there are nearly 200 online live-streaming websites in China, with the total user population of more than 200 million. Popular platforms could have hundreds... Continue Reading →

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Reflection: Tourismification and the Reinvention of Tokyo’s CBD

During my time as a student of the MAAPPS program at UBC, I am fortunate enough to have attended numerous enlightening talks, workshops and seminars by prominent scholars. Topics of these events range from political situation and economy in China,... Continue Reading →

Reflection: China’s response to global economic rebalancing

During my time as a student of the MAAPPS program at UBC, I am fortunate enough to have attended numerous enlightening talks, workshops and seminars by prominent scholars. Topics of these events range from political situation and economy in China,... Continue Reading →

“Niche areas” for Canada to appeal to Singaporeans

Canada is looking to ramp up its economic and diplomatic ties with Southeast Asia, a sub-region of over 600 million people featuring some of the world’s most dynamic societies and economies. An important part of this engagement should be strengthening... Continue Reading →

Why China’s Relaxation on Family-Planning Policy Failed to Trigger a Baby Boom

Declining birth rates have been a common concern for most developed countries whereas population boom seems to be the main issue facing developing countries. But recent statistics and news reports in China suggest a reserve case. According to figures issued... Continue Reading →

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