Eric Lowe

An Asian business consultant with extensive experience in the Greater China region for over 15 years, Eric Lowe is a man of many interests and with extensive knowledge. Proficient in Cantonese, Mandarin and English, he has rich experience in international media. He has worked in radio, documentary filming and a start-up web magazine that publishes in four languages – English, French, Chinese and Japanese. Eric considers himself as a citizen of the world, and has lived in Asia, Europe and the United States. He has also written articles for the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong Tatler and Air China, and has published two books on European History.

The Rule of Law in China: Strong Man Politics

May 11, 2013

Reforms in judiciary and governance to stamp out corruption and abuse of power are long overdue in China. The question, however, is how far and how fast they would be achieved under the new Chinese leadership.

China and Japan: A Never Ending Feud

November 10, 2012

Even as the dispute over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands persists, the conflict puts under spotlight the historical roots of the difficult relationship between China and Japan. The long and turbulent relationship between China and Japan can best be described as a historical saga. It has stretched for more than 2000 years...

Stand up Gay Christians!

August 29, 2012

A look at the complicated relationship Asia has with homosexuality. One of the most important announcements from President Obama in this election year was his support for gay marriage. Whether this “evolution” would ultimately cost him his presidency is too early to tell, but it is no exaggeration that gay...

Yesterday Once More?

April 22, 2012

China must continue with political and economic reform if it is to maintain its growth trajectory.

Happily Together…Not?

March 20, 2012

Tensions between Hong Kong and China continue. 2012 should have been a year of celebration in Hong Kong as it reached the landmark 15th year after the handover from Great Britain in the summer of 1997. However, recent events in the territory helped remind everyone how much China and Hong...

The Triumph of Stability in Taiwan

February 08, 2012

Analysis on the election of Ma Ying-jeou in Taiwan and the effect of this on China’s relationship with its neighbor. 2012 is most likely to be remembered as a year that promised change: elections and the changing of the guards in governments will dominate the news. Taiwan's presidential election was...

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