Hong Kong campaign to give away over 500,000 plane tickets in bid to revive tourism
Hong Kong is offering free airline tickets, spending vouchers and special events in their efforts to bring travelers back after COVID-19 tra...
Manila store to allow customers to pay with onions
A discount store in the Philippines will be accepting onions as a mode of payment for select in-store items.
As the prices of onions in the ...
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Adani Group losses swell to $65 billion despite 413-page rebuttal to fraud allegations
Shares of most Adani firms took a nosedive on Monday as the group continues to suffer fallout from fraud allegations, with stock losses repo...
Bill Gates says China’s rise is a ‘huge win for the world’
In a new interview, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said he views China’s global ascent as a “huge win for the world.”
Elon Musk says Tesla’s Chinese rivals ‘work hardest, smartest’
Elon Musk said that Tesla’s closest competitor is likely a Chinese company as they “work the hardest and the smartest.”
On Tesla’s earnings ...
Japan PM warns country will cease to ‘function as a society’ if population decline persists
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida declared a dire need for policies tackling the country’s declining birth rate, calling it “now or neve...
China’s population declines for the first time in 60 years
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China’s birth rates plummet as more women choose to not have babies due to COVID-related factors
Young people in China are ...
Thai man refuses government help, lives in tree for 3 years
A 38-year-old Thai man has lived in a tree for three years out of embarrassment.
Known as Charlie, the man is currently living in a tree in ...
South Korea is one of the world’s most innovative economies thanks to Hallyu
Thanks to K-pop, IT and medical research, South Korea has now been deemed the fifth most innovative economy in the world.
An innovator rise...
U.S. Could Lose ‘World’s Most Powerful Economy’ Title to China By 2020
Economists believe that China’s growth could lead it to surpass the United States as the world’s most powerful economy by 2020, accord...
China Hosts the World’s First International Import Expo
Shanghai is currently hosting China’s massive trade fair aimed to show the country’s support for a global open market.
The first China Inte...
Singapore is the 2nd Most Competitive Country in the World
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has released a new ranking on the world’s most competitive and innovative economies which places Singapore on...
Asians Have the Highest Income Inequality in America
Asian Americans have the highest income inequality among all ethnic groups in the United States, a new report from the Pew Research Center s...
K-Pop Group BTS Predicted to Have a $1 Billion Impact on the South Korean Economy
K-pop boy group BTS could impact South Korea’s economy by nearly $1 billion, a government official said.
The seven-member group, whose overs...
China is Poaching Taiwan’s Educated Citizens to Work on the Mainland
China’s efforts in recruiting educated Taiwanese citizens have placed Taiwan at a grave risk of suffering from a massive brain drain, expert...
North Korea is Sitting on Around $6 Trillion in Untapped Minerals
North Korea has routinely been described as a poor country which heavily relies on Chinese aid and economic cooperation.
Recent reports hav...
Americans Are Starting to Like China More, Survey Says
Although Donald Trump anticipates a “very difficult” meeting with Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago this week, 44% of Americans have gained positive ...
China’s Middle Class is Growing Insanely Fast
A growing middle class is slated to become a third of China’s population by 2030, according to a report released on Wednesday.
Here’s a Breakdown of What Brexit is and What it Means for the U.K., European Union
On Thursday, June 23, the people of Britain voted for their country to leave the European Union (EU), otherwise known as “Brexit.” More tha...
China is Aiming for an Epic Economic Comeback With Rice Cookers and Smart Toilet Seats
China is hoping sales of rice cookers and smart toilet seats will pick up its economy.
The Chinese government plans to focus on driving the...
Interesting Research: The Way You Park Your Car Says Something About Your Economic Outcome
Some interesting preliminary research suggests that our parking behavior says something about our country’s economic drive, and it ma...