Ethnoburbs like Arcadia, California have supplanted Chinatowns as the commercial and cultural centers of contemporary Chinese Americans.
China must change its immigration policies if it is to reverse its shrinking, aging population and the decline in productivity.
India eclipsing China in population doesn’t necessarily mean it will become a more powerful country. It will likely remain weaker and poorer.
Severe negative impact of China’s shrinking population is decades away. Right now, population losses are being offset by rising productivity.
China’s population decline could profoundly impact its economic and social stability. It may also disrupt the global balance of power.
China and India rank as the two most populated countries in the world. But the world’s fastest-growing populations are in sub-Saharan Africa.
The next century could very well be an African century.