Alison Klayman signed up for the job and that chance meeting flourished into a friendship with Ai Weiwei, China's most famous avant garde artist turned political activist, during some of the most tumultuous years of his career.
The top 25 ‘rapid-growth markets,' or RGMs, will continue to contribute nearly half of the world’s growth over the next three years.
The democratization of innovation is enhancing the way small companies and new innovators are doing business. Big companies have to "dance" in order to keep up.
Political candidates are jumping on the bandwagon of criticizing China for the US' economic woes. But experts say this perception is distorted and dangerous.
The US and China are stuck in a stalemate when it comes to cyber security and hacking. That's because the US is as much an aggressor as it is a victim.
A Q&A with Adam Segal, counterterrorism and national security expert at the Council of Foreign Relations.
Chinese students are attracted to American universities, but what can be done to keep their skills in the country after graduation?
An Phung is a multimedia journalist based in New York City. She has contributed to NYTimes.com, Patch.com and City Limits. She also spent time reporting in Indonesia where she covered stories about the country's growing illicit drug trade. An graduated from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism with a concentration in international reporting.
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