The Potential Loser in the Uber-Didi “Win-Win” (Hint: It’s Not Just the Anti-Uber Alliance)

The merger between Uber and Didi is one that is fraught with challenges and consequences that extend far beyond just the two companies themselves. To ensure that Chinese consumers are not disadvantaged, the Chinese government will have to closely monitor and regulate the Chinese ride-hailing industry. But if the merger can bring together China’s largestContinue reading “The Potential Loser in the Uber-Didi “Win-Win” (Hint: It’s Not Just the Anti-Uber Alliance)”

From SFO to LHR

“Mr. Møller’s message to us is a call to action. As citizens of the world and leaders of the future, we have a collective responsibility to address the issues of peace, sustainable development, and human rights facing our world today.” – Read my latest article for the Stanford Political Journal, on UN Director-General Michael Møller’s callContinue reading “From SFO to LHR”

Third-Party Taxi Apps: A Sustainable Industry, or a Fleeting Trend?

“The rise of the ride-sharing app has no doubt redefined the taxi and car service business, but with investors eagerly throwing money at companies like Uber, it is important to ask: just how sustainable is the existing ride-sharing model?” Wrote another article for the Stanford Political Journal a couple weeks back but forgot to postContinue reading “Third-Party Taxi Apps: A Sustainable Industry, or a Fleeting Trend?”

Understanding Xi Jinping’s US Visit

“The aversion to Chinese power is more than just mere sentiment; the belief in the value of antagonism in the form of checking Chinese expansion and anti-free market practices is widely held, especially in the West. But, Americans should be wary of the knee-jerk reaction to oppose China; it is far more beneficial to workContinue reading “Understanding Xi Jinping’s US Visit”