China’s Power Shortage May Spark Systemic Economic Changes; Japan’s New PM Against China

Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party chooses Fumio Kishida as the next leader of the party. He is the next likely Prime Minister of Japan after the general election later this year. His primary focus? China and peace in the Taiwan strait. We ask experts on the links of Taiwan and Japan, what binds them together.

Then an analysis on why China suffers electricity shortage. The surface problem, but also what I see is the bigger implication. Is it a coal shortage or something worse? Plus, how are the expanding data centers in China playing into this power crunch.

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