Researchers present concerning data on microplastics in humans as more Indonesians consume fish as part of their diet, increasing their exposure to contaminants
China’s National 14th Five-Year Plan positions Hong Kong as a global innotech hub, with biotechnology identified as one of the city’s most promising sectors.
A look at China's efforts to use technology to expand food production.
The outbreak has caused many difficulties for migrant workers, including insufficient healthcare rights and benefits, family insolvency, and the fear of deportation.
What can Hong Kong do to manage through the crisis, reopen and cope with possible future waves of the coronavirus?
The proliferation of wild boar in Hong Kong, mainland China and worldwide is prompting policies to control them and head off a potentially major threat to human health.
A chronicle of current food trends and the danger of bifurcation into two systems – one focused on low cost and value, the other on nutrition and quality.
A personal reflection on leaving Hong Kong due to its public-health policies and the pressures they imposed.
The coronavirus pandemic has re-energized moves to achieve a sharing economy.
Post-Covid-19 resilient cities will be those that take advantage of the built environment to prevent mental ill health.
Workers are left at the mercy of employers, who laid off an estimated 10 percent of the workforce.
These efforts must be pragmatic, holistic and sustainable.
What is required is a global conversation to address an age-old challenge: the balancing act of modifying or dismantling existing dogma and presupposition.
Given the challenge of finding the right drugs to treat malaria and the impact of climate change on its spread, scholars explore the malaria-cancer connection.
The pandemic has accelerated innovation efforts and increased the willingness to conduct higher-risk experimentation. What are some potential lessons for Asia?
A rethinking of development strategy and planning beyond the traditional economic- and city-centric world is essential, especially in the Global South.
A new dangerous kind of nationalism amalgamating underlying global challenges is on the rise: vaccine nationalism.
Apart from collaboration in health and medicine, ASEAN has been inconsistent – even confrontational – in matters where cooperation would be the best course of action.