How the "model minority" myth has prevented Asian Americans from ascending in the U.S. tech industry.
Credit is tightening, economic growth is moderating, and property prices are finally falling, yet Asia remains one of the few true growth regions of the world, writes Sheridan Prasso.
Hong Kong falls from 6th to 9th place on a ranking of Asia's most expensive cities.
In his new book 'Consumptionomics,' Chandran Nair argues that Asia can create a new economic model for the 21st century.
In a new article for the December 2011 issue of The Atlantic, U.S.-China Director Center Orville Schell discusses how Walmart is changing China.
“The Chinese currency, the renminbi, will eclipse the dollar around 2020,” economist Arvind Subramanian told listeners at Asia Society New York.
Greg Lindsay believes that fancy new airports, increasingly common in East Asia, represent a model for urban development.
But “the currency bill is not a magic bullet," argues Asia Society's Executive Vice President.
Who are the winners and losers in U.S.-China trade relations? Orville Schell discusses this and more on Taking Stock, a podcast produced by Bloomberg.
Massive real estate investments from Chinese companies might stir anxiety in some, but the income is helping.
Asia Society Associate Fellow Zachary Karabell takes stock of August 4, 2011's market crash in The Daily Beast.