The National University of Singapore is number one in Asia, but Chinese institutions are snapping at its heels, according to the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2018.
China has built a giant smog-sucking tower capable of purifying air in the city of Xian.
Chinese New Year 2018 is set to be the most extravagant in history, with a range of “smart” technologies and digital solutions helping people celebrate.
An entire army regiment has just been deployed to fight air pollution by planting more than 600 million hectares of forest.
The Indian Government has announced a new programme on AI as well as increased funding.
China's increasing generational divide is exemplified in an argument between two of its most prominent poets, argues Xu Xiao.
Social media activists in China are attempting to drive change thanks to the use of #ricebunny.
Robert Muggah and Yves Tiberghien argue that the world is shifting to a new multi-polar global order, as the era of US hegemony comes to an end.
A huge increase in spending on research and development is just one of the reasons China is becoming a scientific and technological superpower.
The Indian government has announced a large investment in public health.
China’s economy may become a bigger worry this year, as the government is finally expected to tame debt risks and factory pollution.
James Law, a Hong Kong-based architect, believes that his micro-homes could help alleviate the city's housing crisis.
From shopping festivals to digital integration and 'consumption upgrades', here are the key trends driving Chinese e-tailers' astonishing growth.
China will soon surpass the US in economic terms – and is taking the lead on everything from climate change to the digital economy.
Over the past decade, domestic Chinese companies have been taking market share from the big global players. How have they done this? And how should their competitors respond?