Natural hazards inflict damage on ports worldwide.
Natural disasters cause billions in damage to ports around the world each year.
Shanghai has been dysfunctional since March.
China lockdowns and Ukraine war have made global supply chains far worse in 2022 than many expected.
A Shanghai refuse worker shows the strain of the month-long COVID lockdown.
What can China do to resolve a crisis that threatens not only the health and security of its people and economy, but the future of Chinese Communist Party and its leader Xi Jinping?
A new artificial wetland runs through the city of Ningbo, China.
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Flood threatened settlements must get everyone involved in an effort to become truly resilient cities.
Xpeng’s G3 electric is leading the way in top-end Chinese engineering.
China used to only make Soviet cars under licence. Now it’s taking on Tesla.
Singapore looks like one of the big winners from Brexit.
New data shows the recent damage to UK’s prized services sector – and potentially to Europe as a whole.
Jakarta is sinking while sea levels rise.
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Sinking land plus rising seas are putting hundreds of millions of people at risk.
China is fast becoming a middle-class nation.
Parents in Shanghai are aiming for their children to adopt Western style values – like self-discovery.
Sydney’s Darling Harbour: popular but noisy and expensive. Here’s how we could do better to provide a safe place to work and play.
Cities around the world are redeveloping their waterfronts to be accessible and resilient to the effects of climate change. Here’s where Sydney’s Darling Harbour went wrong and what we can do better.
Chinese students in Canberra for the 2008 Beijing Olympics torch relay.
Chinese students make up the largest portion of international students in Australia. To ensure our A$28bn international education sector continues to thrive we need to pay more attention to why.
Xiong’an represents Xi Jinping’s plan to outdo even the extraordinary rise of Shenzhen (above) from small market town to mega-city in just a few decades.
Xiong’an is called China’s No.1 urban project. Orchestrated by President Xi Jinping, the mega-city to be built just over 100 kilometres south of Beijing is also very much a political project.
The Gold Coast Suns train in Shanghai ahead of their clash with Port Power this weekend.
Sport has a history of providing opportunities for détente, or at least discussion - and there’s every chance the AFL’s latest venture to China could do just that.
The fifth generation of tall buildings are here, and they’re more efficient than ever before.
From its earliest days, the influx of outsiders created the distinctive urban character that has driven the development of Shanghai into a modern metropolis.
From its earliest days as a haven for refugees, Shanghai developed a distinctive character and urban identity that have driven its emergence as one of the world’s great metropolises.
There is growing concern the proliferation of skyscrapers will be to the detriment of cities.
We need to move away from thinking about the skyscraper as an “icon”. Instead, we should be asking how the tall building – which will always “stand out” – can also “fit in” to cities.
Laying the groundwork. Workers prepare for this week’s meeting.
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The world economy needs China, but Beijing has needs of its own. No wonder the leadership is putting so much effort into a year of negotiation.
The growth of megacities and the mental health challenges this presents requires a new way of thinking.
A drummer performs at the Beijing International Jazz Festival.
With Blue Note Jazz Club opening a venue in Beijing, a genre that’s flagging stateside may experience a Far East revival.
East Asian academic success is based on culture rather than teaching methods. And Australia can’t, and shouldn’t, imitate that culture.
Since Shanghai, China, emerged at the top of international league tables of educational performance such as the OECD’s Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), there have been repeated calls…
A new dawn for Shanghai, which is now open for more international business.
A direct link has been established between Hong Kong and Shanghai’s stock exchanges. The so-called Stock Connect means investors in Hong Kong can now buy shares listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange via…