Taiwan's top manufacturers saw their margins triple last year despite declining sales, displaying the agility and flexibility needed to stay competitive in the new era.
Held in a developing country for the first time ever, the 2010 World's Fair is trumpeting the birth of a new Shanghai that will change China and the world.
Taiwan's finances are in their worst shape in a decade, yet the government continues to push tax cuts as a way to prosperity, angering the overburdened middle class.
China is preparing to say goodbye to a "black cat" economy and take up the ways of a "green cat." University professor Hu Angang is one of the key figures spearheading the transition.