Dec 31, 2019
Today's episode discusses: Brutal killing of doctor ignites debate on how China's hospitals are evaluated and funded; government approves imports of two GM crops; and doubts grow over coal-freight railway.
Dec 30, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: He Jiankui sentenced to three years in prison for his controversial experiment; global trials planned for China’s self-developed Alzheimer’s drug; and regulators try to tackle soaring defaults in bond market.
Dec 27, 2019
Today’s episode discusses: Behind the tech giant’s ambitions for Huawei Mobile Services, why policymakers are ditching residency restrictions in smaller cities; and China remains thirsty for Saudi Arabian oil.
Dec 26, 2019
Today's episode discusses: the impacts of China's looming corporate scoring system; Hong Kong citizens increasingly hunt for home abroad amid ongoing social unrest; and tax and fee cuts boost China’s economy, but strain state revenue.
Dec 25, 2019
Today's episode explores this year's top reads based on book recommendations from Caixin's very own editors!