Clay Chandler, Fortune

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Past articles by Clay:

China’s tech crackdown, a national security law, and an expat exodus have pummeled Hong Kong. Can this CEO save the city?

Nicolas Aguzin, CEO of HKEX, wants to preserve Hong Kong as Asia's finance center, but China's tech crackdown, strict COVID quarantine rules, and a National Security Law have muddied his mission. → Read More

After being burned by Russia’s Ukraine invasion, CEOs worried about the Taiwan crisis should prepare for the worst

The consensus among analysts is that, despite Beijing's saber rattling over Pelosi's visit, China isn't about to risk a military conflict over Taiwan. But consensus has been wrong before. → Read More

The debate that racked China’s Communist Party founders 100 years ago still reverberates today

The party's centenary celebration is officially underway. → Read More

Why Beijing isn’t worried about the consequences of closing Apple Daily

Apple Daily—irreverent tabloid and HK's biggest pro-democracy newspaper—ceased operations Thursday. → Read More

The decline of Japan’s once-formidable chip industry shows how quickly tech tides can turn

Here's what fueled its collapse. → Read More

To reopen their economies, Asia’s ‘COVID-zero’ economies must learn to live with death

It's a question leaders can no longer avoid. → Read More

Biden traded Trump’s go-it-alone approach to China for consensus-building. It might be working

U.S. President Biden attempted to rally allies to out-compete China during G7 and NATO meetings in Europe this week. → Read More

American farmers are having a bumper year—thanks to soaring demand from China

Trade wars are unpredictable. → Read More

Investors seem convinced Beijing’s tech crackdown has spread beyond Jack Ma

Fear that Beijing's campaign will stymie innovate continues to gnaw at global investors. → Read More

The many tribulations of Liu He

China's top trade negotiator has the power to shape the future of its financial sector—in more ways than one. → Read More

Why China is reining in the renminbi

The renminbi is trading at its strongest level against the dollar since May 2018 → Read More

Japan is plowing ahead with the Olympics—pandemic and public opinion be damned

Japan is plowing ahead with the Olympics—pandemic and public opinion be damned → Read More

Why the ‘Wuhan lab leak theory’ is getting a second look

The thesis has inched from the lunatic fringe towards the credible center of American public discourse. → Read More

China’s crypto crackdown shouldn’t have come as a surprise

The crypto rally may still have plenty of room to run, but Beijing is definitely not onboard. → Read More

The Gojek-Tokopedia merger will create Indonesia’s most powerful Internet company. But can “GoTo” hold its own?

Gojek and Tokopedia are merging to create Indonesia's most powerful Internet company. → Read More

These are the ‘Greatest Leaders’ in Asia-Pacific

See who made the list. → Read More

A Chinese tech billionaire’s musings about a 1,100 year-old poem cost him $1.5 billion

Meituan CEO Wang Xing's post about a 1,100-year-old poem tanked his company's share price—and his personal net worth. → Read More

Debris from China’s 21-ton rocket is crashing toward Earth—but no one knows where it will land

A 21-ton Chinese rocket stage will tumble into Earth's atmosphere sometime on Saturday. → Read More

‘Strategic rival’ or ‘paper dragon’? China is both

'Strategic rival' or 'paper dragon'? China is both → Read More

China’s consumers are so over the pandemic

They're snapping up Bulgari watches, tickets to Disneyland, and booking 'revenge travel.' → Read More