04/03/2018: Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 returns from space | China, Japan, ROK resume FTA talks

China's space lab Tiangong-1 safely re-entered the Earth's atmosphere on Monday, breaking up over the South Pacific after seven years in orbit. Some media covered Tiangong's re-entry, using terms such as “crash” and “out of control,” but does such language capture what really happened? And what is China doing to develop its permanent space station due to be completed in 2022? Yang Yuguang, a professor at China Aerospace Science & Industry Corporation; Marek Ziebart, professor of space geodesy at University College, London; and Dr. Amitabha Ghosh, chair of the Science Operations Working Group for the NASA Mars Exploration Rover Mission, joined The Point.

As China-US trade friction continues to brew, trilateral trade negotiations between China, Japan, and the ROK have restarted. Can we expect any breakthroughs any time soon? Wallace Cheng, director of the International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development in Geneva and Dr. Victor Teo, assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong and visiting scholar at Harvard Law School from Boston, shared their views.

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