Chinese actress Fan Bingbing's alleged tax evasion triggered a film industry crisis in China, writes Meijun Li.
Despite the ever-growing strength and influence of the People's Republic of China on the world stage, many Chinese-American community organizations continue to fly the Republic of China flag in Los Angeles’ Chinatown, writes James Cutchin.
China has been strengthening its soft power through a strategy of promoting patriotic films, giving importance to domestic voices rather than international opinion, writes Dongyao Nie.
The real bottom line for nonprofit organizations should be social impact, not money, writes Jennifer Faust.
Despite years of work, clear signs of improvement in the corrupt culture of Mongolia's education sector are yet to be seen, but educators and activists say these anticorruption efforts must continue to ensure long-term success, writes Bayanmunkh Ariunbold.
We purchased the California News Group because we want to preserve the integrity, honesty, and fairness we’ve observed in our decades as avid readers of the Los Angeles Times. The California News Group will continue to play its pivotal role in our communities, from Los Angeles to San Diego, projecting out to the world, writes Patrick Soon-Shiong.
Statues of comfort women—monuments to Korean women who were forced into sex slavery by the Japanese army in World War II—continue to be a controversial topic between the Korean and Japanese communities, writes Mikayla Bean.
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At a time of great change in Asia, greater gender equality and the advancement of women’s rights should continue to grow across the region, write Eileen Pennington and Elizabeth Silva.
The survival of a democratic society doesn’t require friendship from adversaries, but it fundamentally depends on respect for each other—and for the truth, write Robert Shrum and Mike Murphy.