China’s government moved this month to stop individuals from using virtual private networks. It seems to be not a temporary tightening, but rather the new reality of Chinese web.
Singapore’s diplomats aren’t shrinking from any challenge to defend the Lion City’s national interest against major powers such as China, even at the risk of occasional reprisals. In an interview with This Week in Asia, Chan Heng Chee, one of the country’s...
The Japanese government is apprehensive about South Korea’s proposal to hold military talks with North Korea, which comes despite Tokyo’s initiative to increase pressure on the North.
Source: The Japan Times
South Korea proposed resuming some military and humanitarian exchanges with North Korea. The Defense Ministry offered talks with Pyongyang counterparts, while the International Red Cross floated reunion events for families split by hostilities.
A Singapore-based startup is pitching its debit card as an instant converter of multiple digital currencies into fiat money: the dollars, yen and euros taking a 2 percent cut from each transaction.
The chief executive of Korea Aerospace Industries, Ha Sung-yong, resigned amid a corruption scandal in which the state-owned company is alleged to have manipulated costs for the development of military aircraft by tens of billions of won.
Major Japanese financial institutions are reviewing their strategies on the locations of business footholds in Europe in the run-up to Brexit. For example, some organizations have started their preparations to set up subsidiaries in Frankfurt, apart from...