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Beijing Begins Controversial Winter Olympics in a Bubble

With 100% artificial snow and a tight Covid bubble around the athletes, these Winter Olympics will be unlike any that have ever been held.

Why the Olympics Could Exacerbate Inflation Issues

Imported Covid cases to China could cause more supply-chain problems.

Hong Kong Suffers 'Long Zero Covid' at Lunar New Year

There's little accountability over a pandemic plan with no exit in sight.

How Will China and Asia Fare in the Year of the Tiger?

China will shut down next week for the Lunar New Year, but lockdowns due to a Covid overreaction would cause longer-term problems.

Textbook Bear Market? Rate Hikes, Bare Shelves, Russia, Crypto-Fiat, Earnings

There's no way to sugarcoat tightening policy into a weakening economy.

Scandal-Tinged Alibaba Suffers Amid Chinese Consumer Selloff

Ant Group linked to corruption probe, worsening the picture for China's consumer sector.

Can Fund Managers Really Ignore China Issues Any Longer?

A firestorm over investor Chamath Palihapatiya's comments are calling attention to a big blind spot many billionaires seem to have on Beijing.

Genting Hong Kong Becomes Asia's Biggest Pandemic Tourism Casualty

The cruise ship operator is entering liquidation with its fleet drydocked, and after losing a fight over its German shipbuilding business.

Macau Casinos Finally Catch Break With New Rules

The world's biggest gambling hub has decided to issue six gambling concessions, valid for 10 years, when current licenses expire in June.