Japan takes the first step toward asteroid mining
Tom Risen, Aerospace America reporter, discusses the future of asteroid mining with Bloomberg's Brad Stone on "Bloomberg Technology."
China's plan to crack down on video-game usage
China’s regulators plan to curtail the number of online games and discourage play-time, part of a broader effort to tackle device addiction and other ills that sent shares reeling from the U.S. to Japan.
Death toll in Japanese flooding climbs to over 100
Rescuers in Japan dig through mud and rubble, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that killed nearly 100, with dozens missing.
Japan rejects 99% of asylum applications
Last year, Japan granted refugee status to just 20 people, out of nearly 19,000 applicants. Officially, Japan refuses to allow mass immigration and remains one of the most closed countries in the world.
Can older workers salvage Japan's pension system?
With life expectancy increasing and birth rates low, Japan needs to find a way to salvage its pension system. The government of PM Shinzo Abe is considering raising the retirement age to allow older people to keep working.
Former Australian ambassador on TPP, China and Japan Relations with N. Korea
Geoff Raby, former Australian ambassador to China and permanent representative to WTO, discusses Japan and China working together on North Korea.
Adult men dominate Japan’s adoption market
In Japan, inheriting companies is steeped in such a solid tradition that many are now adopting grown men to take over their businesses.