What will Asia look like ten years from now? Find out by takinga look through the eyes of the Asia's next generation ofleaders
Following economic booms in Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea,and Taiwan--the four Asian Tigers--attention has shiftedto success stories in other Asian economies. However, a number ofchallenges have also emerged that could threaten the region'sdevelopment over the next decade.
Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs offers a unique glimpseinto the younger generation's view of Asia's future. It draws onthe perspective of more than 80 visionary young Asians, who haveidentified the key issues and who see innovative solutions forareas as diverse as education and labor markets, demographics andhealthcare, energy and the environment, and governance andgeopolitics.
The book's insights are based on a collection of think-piecesfrom a broad range of young Asians--the result of acompetition organized by the Asia Business Council, Timemagazine, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the NationalUniversity of Singapore, as well as additional research by theCouncil. The book is unique in that it:
* Provides a viewpoint in contrast to the usual perspective ofbusinesses, governments, economists, and journalists
* Brings together the responses of almost a hundred young Asianthinkers to the questions "What is the biggest challenge facingAsia over the next ten years?" "Why?" and "What should be doneabout it?"
* Offers policy makers, business leaders, and others who areconcerned about the future of Asia a unique glimpse into theyounger generation's vision
The next generation has a high stake in ensuring Asia'slong-term growth. Gain a unique perspective on how the leaders oftomorrow see the future.