Asia Now Find out what's really going on in Asia – with insights from our specialists on the ground. Filter by: Automotive & Mobility Consumer & Ecommerce Digital Media & Adtech Electronics & Embedded Software Energy & Environment General Government & NGO Industrial & Materials Intellectual Property Medtech & Life Sciences Software & Cloud Telecoms & Networks Search: Go Blog 03 February 2020 Kris MillerSouth Korea: the healthcare market you can’t afford to overlook Blog 15 January 2020 CES 2020 and the innovations set to succeed in Asia Blog 02 December 2019 Oren BernsteinA shortage of ninjas & the opportunities from other shifts in Asia’s labor market Workforce dynamics are undergoing dramatic shifts in Asia, with big implications for western firms looking to expand in those markets – not only in terms of employment considerations, but opportunities for mobile workforce, remote work and automation technologies. Blog 05 November 2019 Jack PorterJapan’s ‘shrinking innovation’ in automotive tech From electronic brooms straight out of Harry Potter to solar-powered ‘sashimi cars’ – the weird and wonderful world of the Tokyo Motor Show is back - and Japanese auto makers are tackling the electric vehicle (EV) revolution in their own unique way Blog 22 October 2019 Jonathan CleaveSouth Korea bets big on hydrogen – with huge openings for western firms South Korea recently announced its hydrogen economy roadmap. It underlines a great determination to shift large swathes of its economy to hydrogen energy by 2040 — from power and heat generation to passenger and freight transport. Blog 25 September 2019 Olexandr NykytyukChina BioMed Conference 2019: why you should take notice China’s biotech industry is on the rise. Five of the 10 largest biotech initial public offerings worldwide in the first half of 2019 were from Chinese companies, according to the Financial Times. Blog 12 September 2019 Daniel KollarWhat’s in store for a post-Jack Alibaba? So, Jack Ma is retiring. The man who epitomizes the modern Chinese enterprise is stepping away from the technology empire he created. Let the eulogizing and speculation begin! Blog 20 August 2019 Celine ChangChina’s ‘Water Ten Plan’ means big opportunities for wastewater tech firms A staggering 10% of China’s surface water is severely contaminated and defined as an ‘Inferior Grade V’ waterbody, according to 2016 government data. Pagination Go to page 1 Go to page 2 Go to page 3 Go to page 4 Go to page 5 Go to Next page Sign up For our news and blog posts Newsletter signup First name Surname Email Your personal data is safe with us. See our Privacy Notice.