Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, said that problems affecting emerging markets were only temporary.
Steve Brice of Standard Chartered Private Bank says China has held up well even with a stronger dollar and regional political risks.
There is no justification for framing the import of autos into the U.S. as a national security threat, says Deborah Elms of the Asian Trade Centre.
James Brown of Temple University says Japan's push for Russia to cede disputed territory to Tokyo has not been successful despite promises of closer economic ties with Moscow.
Ashish Goyal of NN Investment Partners discusses how Asia has become the dominant region in the emerging markets space.
Saktiandi Supaat of Maybank says the Philippines is guilty of the "original sin" of reliance on dollar-denominated inflows in Asia.
Tuan Huynh of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management also explains why inflation is less of a concern in this cycle.
CNBC's Bernie Lo and Oriel Morrison discuss Kim Jong Un impersonator Howard X's arrival in Singapore.
Henry Chin of CBRE says the Greater Bay Area in China is going to be the "center of a brainstorm."
William Ma of Noah Holdings says countries in Asia need to be assessed for localized growth prospects.