The New Cities Summit will bring together 800 urban leaders and thinkers to explore the human experience in the 21st century city.
How are migrants' movements shaping the face of modern China?
Services are changing how we think about and interact with each other, the things we use, and the city around us.
Adapting urban transportation to the changing needs of the modern city.
Architect Daniel Libeskind reflects on his urban experience.
Beacon connects New York City's communities.
Wearable technology transforms the raw data of our daily lives to create a more resilient urban experience.
Cisco’s Wim Elfrink on the opportunity of the city and the future of connection.
Data is the fuel of the future city—changing the landscape in which we live, work and play.
The evolution of computing offers new opportunities to create human-centered products and experiences. .
Three predictions for financial services innovation that go beyond the mobile-wallet zeitgeist.
How can we transform enterprise user experience to be more mobile, flexible, and responsive?
Five critical opportunities for retailers to embrace China’s changing digital landscape.
New developments in connectivity and monitoring are shifting an industry traditionally defined by incremental change.
What does CCTV's annual survey of happiness in China really tell us?
A study of happiness at the individual level.
Emerging trends in China's booming travel industry.
The Experience of the Chinese Metropolis
Migration patterns are in constant flux in the most populous country on the planet. The movement of millions each year is evolving the face of modern China.
The idiosyncratic process of being a creative entrepreneur in China.
Chinese Ikea stores are much more than stores.
Companies must create competitive advantages to establish themselves in China and ensure their brand’s success on a global level.
How social media usage among China’s digital natives is evolving.
Thoughts on China’s influence on global innovation.
Examining Chinese innovation from the consumers’ point-of-view.