Electronics have become an indispensable part of daily life for most of the world. People pick up their electronic devices without thinking twice, and often without purpose. One key element of these electronics is microchips, also known as semiconductors. Semiconductors ...

The housing shortage has historically been an underlying issue across the United States. Unfortunately, with inflation happening in America and with the rest of the world slowly following, this has triggered economic instability. The housing shortage is not new to ...

Thirty-five years of the one-child policy left China’s population subdued with a skewed sex ratio, in which 117.8 males were born for every 100 females at its peak. Families violating the policy faced strict punishments; thus, emulating the patriarchy, newborn ...

As the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) becomes more economically prosperous and prominent on the world stage, questions surrounding its superpower alignment have started to surface more frequently in an increasingly tense and bipolar international order. However, neutrality and ...

China’s government recently released new data showing that the country’s population has begun to grow negatively. It is a significant shift that will have broad ripple effects across the country and worldwide.  For the first time in decades, the number ...

At the forefront of Chinese foreign policy, China hopes that through economic partnership and generous lending, countries around the world can further develop their economies, allowing China to become a more resilient and powerful nation in the global arena. Since ...

This article was originally published in US-China Today; Glimpse from the Globe does not claim unique ownership of this article and its content.  “100% sustainable.”  Not the words one would typically associate with the Olympics, of all things, but it ...

In Xinjiang, one becomes very accustomed to the adage, “Big Brother is watching you,” except replace Big Brother with President Xi. Xinjiang is a surveillance state; it relies on the grid-management system, where cities are divided into squares of approximately ...

As global temperatures rapidly rise and natural disasters become progressively deadlier, it has become evident that the threat of climate change is imminent. As foreign powers balance their interests and consider what environmental risks their countries can endure, the death ...

Pick up the remote and turn on the news. Most likely, the 7:00 PM news will be reporting a story about increasing Chinese global influence — as it should be. With the U.S. midterm elections today, fears of Chinese election ...