Japan is facing the largest decline in working population in the developed world. No major country has faced such a decline since the Black Death. Mr. Atkinson discussed what this mean for the Japanese economy, and if there's any hope.
With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi winning a sweeping mandate for a second term term in office, Asia 21 Young Leader Alyssa Ayres writes that the new government will likely temper high expectations on economic reforms.
Early Chinese immigrants in the U.S. opened restaurants primarily as a means to get by, the young restaurateurs behind many of the newest Chinese restaurants are more concerned with self-expression and sharing culture rather than survival.