Who was up and who was down in Asia in the year that just ended?
For Curtis S. Chin's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
U.S. President Donald Trump's approach to China could result in a much needed new chapter in trade relations with the second largest economy.
Innovations in finance technology can increase the level of access to capital and financial inclusion in Asia.
Asia had its share of ups and downs in 2017.
Asia and the Pacific will be better off if all nations adopt some small-state ideas offered up by Bhutan, Timor-Leste and Singapore — namely the embrace of a greener, more representative and more transparent future for all their citizens.
Asia's newest country has what it takes to be a cooperative and responsible member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
It's time to assess the very real impact of technology's advances on those who will lose their jobs today as the "jobs of tomorrow" are created.
Technology has a critical role to play in helping Nepal to overcome past tragedy and to leapfrog from its current state of development.
U.S. President Barack Obama topped the 2016 list of winners and losers in Asia, but not in a good way.
Poor nutrition and obesity pose a severe public health challenge across large parts of Asia.