China must not overlook the importance of controls as it continues its push towards a more deregulated and open market economy.
Recent war crime denials by right-wing Japanese politicians have caused shock and anger. Toru Hashimoto's words, though, are a new nadir in the saga.
China's universities must evolve in order to tackle the country's graduate unemployment problem.
The State Council, China's cabinet, unveiled a new plan to deepen its administrative reform and transformation of government functions, reducing the number of ministries from 27 to 25. Will fewer ministries really mean more efficiency?