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22 Sep 2020

The US needs to better understand China’s culture and politics, for the sake of peace

Prof. Christine LOH, Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment & Sustainability (ENVR) wrote an article on why it is important for US to understand and not dismiss China’s differences amid the rise of Asia.

17 Sep 2020

Why the Market Is Booming and the Economy Is Struggling

In an article on the rise of US stocks despite its struggling economy, Prof. Michael EDESESS, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Division of Environment & Sustainability (ENVR) said it was due to the return of profits of a few enormous and prosperous listed firms, of which many kept wages low by using gig workers, which eventually would hurt economic growth.

15 Sep 2020

The Importance of Managing Public Health Crises

Prof. Christine LOH, Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment & Sustainability (ENVR) commented in an article on US’s pandemic situation, saying US government’s anti-pandemic measures are seriously lagging behind those rolled out by Asian counterparts.

14 Sep 2020

The Changing Face of Singapore Democracy

Prof. Donald LOW, Senior Lecturer of Division of Public Policy (PPOL), commented on the change of the complexion of Singapore’s PAP-dominated democratic politics since the opposition party making historic gains in the election, saying it is a step towards establishing the norms of a fairer, more contestable political system in the country.

10 Sep 2020

US Dollar's Advantage Became Important in China Sanctions Fight

Prof. Edwin LAI of Division of Public Policy, said in an article on the sanctions battle between China and US that China is disadvantaged in the sanctions game because its payment system is underdeveloped and RMB’s full internationalization is decades away.

9 Sep 2020

Extended LegCo term must tackle Municipal Solid Waste bill

Prof. Christine LOH, Chief Development Strategist of the Division of Environment & Sustainability (ENVR) wrote an article on the proposed municipal solid waste bill, which she thinks the bill should be tackled by the LegCo without further delay.