In China, the smartphone has quickly become the key to unlocking public transportation, medical care, and entrance into restaurants or other public spaces. The coronavirus crisis has only accelerated the shift, with QR health...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 11, 2015
Bloomberg’s Li Hui and Keith Zhai report that while China’s poor often cannot afford...
by Samuel Wade | May 20, 2014
As China faces a surge in dementia cases with weakened social support systems and only 300...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 10, 2014
Last October, Chinese media reported that pharmaceutical company America Citi Pharmacy Co. Ltd.’s was using their suggestive name in a fraudulent ad campaign—the Chinese and English names used by the company were very...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 21, 2013
A planned relaxation of the one-child policy has been among the most widely discussed aspects of...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 3, 2013
An amended law encouraging adult children to visit their parents went into effect on Monday in China. This legislative action can be seen to reflect the changes that rapid social and economic transformation are having on a...
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