Even if he is executed, Jia Jinglong’s story may resonate beyond the grave, as he becomes the latest figure to galvanize public opinion against a justice system often seen as unjust
Oct 24, 2016
Rodrigo Duterte’s trip will be a test of what he can achieve with China, and whether he can convince his own people that it’s worth making what would be a historic shift
Oct 18, 2016
Factory worker Miao Deshun originally sentenced to death in 1989 protest refused to admit guilt
Oct 17, 2016
Small political force vows to upset wield and gain influence by obstruction in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council
Oct 14, 2016
King Bhumibol Adulyadej death expected to launch lengthy period of mourning; observers warn ruling military junta could crack down to prevent conduct or speech deemed disrespectful of the king
Oct 13, 2016
Group seeks to and lower the cost of trade in quest for a new “golden” era with Canada.
Oct 12, 2016
China-based businesses are arranging property transactions in hot Vancouver market without licences to operate in province
Oct 10, 2016
Canada’s ambassador to China, Guy Saint-Jacques, points out only ‘discussions’ about negotiating a treaty have been agreed
Oct 06, 2016
Connor McDavid might be an even better player than Wayne Gretzky. But can he surpass the Great One when it comes to selling stuff?
Sep 30, 2016
As Ottawa manoeuvres toward closer relations with Beijing, China’s hunt for economic fugitives strains trust that a legitimate extradition treaty with Canada is possible
Sep 23, 2016
Nathan VanderKlippe is the Asia correspondent for The Globe and Mail.
He was previously a print and television correspondent in Western Canada based in Calgary, Vancouver and Yellowknife, where he covered the energy industry, aboriginal issues and Canada’s north.
He is the recipient of a National Magazine Award and a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.