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  1. A man poses for pictures at a booth of China's President Xi Jinping books, translated in forei

    Commentary: China's tax reforms and Xi Jinping’s fiscal Reaganomics

    China's new tax system increases the tax burden on SMEs and micro enterprises - entities the Chinese government sees China's future productivity ...
  2. ghost ghosting next to a man sitting at a park bench

    Commentary: What to do when the HR recruiter ghosts you

    You would think that with email and instant messaging, your job application will get at least a response but ghosting is a common experience these ...
  3. A woman walks past a map showing the elevation of the sea in the last 22 years during the World Cli

    Commentary: Farming could sure use a boost from tech giants to feed more people

    Technology, innovation and creative ideas can help farmers overcome perennial challenges like erratic weather changes and slow transportation, ...
  4. heartbroken, breakup, relationships

    Commentary: After a break-up, some find it harder to achieve closure

    While others avoid closure at all cost, some need explanations in order to have their painful feelings resolved, says one psychology lecturer.
  5. The Spice Girls powerful symbol of 90s childhood

    Commentary: The Spice Girls a powerful symbol of a 90s childhood

    Their brand was just the right kind of medium heat, delivered with childlike enthusiasm and – for a while at least – very little competition, says ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A doctor hold a syringe as part of the start of the seasonal influenza vaccination camp

    Commentary: Vaccinations, not antibiotics, should be modern medicine’s priority against superbugs

    Despite vaccines’ effectiveness in the fight against illness, we are not taking full advantage of them, say Seth Berkley and Jeremy Farrar.
  7. FILE PHOTO: SenseTime surveillance software identifying details about people and vehicles runs as a

    Commentary: Rating citizens - can China’s social credit system fix its trust deficit?

    The gamification of behaviour over the long run may also promote a culture in which good deeds are valued for their attendant incentives and not ...
  8. Dutchman young god 2

    Commentary: Like this man who's 69, do you also feel younger than your age?

    Those that feel young are much healthier, happier, and may live longer, one observer says.
  9. Britain leaving the European Union would strip the bloc of a nuclear-armed global player and prove

    Commentary: Brexit is bringing the UK back to Southeast Asia. Will Asian countries buy it?

    The United Kingdom sees engagement in Southeast Asia as a key part of its 'Global Britain' stance but can it commit to having a sustained presence?
  10. Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence hold a bilatera

    Commentary: Lecturing Aung San Suu Kyi on press freedom wasn’t Pence’s best moment

    US Vice-President Mike Pence would have done better to stay on message and focus on keeping the pressure on Myanmar to find a lasting solution to ...

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