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Interested in starting a company in China? Here’s a quick report on China through the lens of a Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur.
This 15 min guide by Bowei Gai aims to cover the basics of Chinese market size, opportunity, key players, competition and infrastructure.
Tencent Weibo, one of the big Twitter competitors/clones in China has recently released an English version. While it’s a friendly welcome, the half-translated presentation makes it a bit hard to really dive in.
This is the first, in my new "Alex in China" series on Flickr.
I ran across this awesome video on Shanghaiist. It’s packed full of some interesting stats, culture and interpersonal behavior. There are a couple of translation issues in the video text and narration, but it’s pretty obvious when you see it.
It runs about 10 minutes long, so it’s a perfect way to spend a quick break during your day.
Note: The video doesn’t always load, so if you run into any issues, try pausing any adblock software you are using (this site doesn’t run ads, but the video has a short pre-roll ad). If that doesn’t work, you can try to watch the video on Shanghaiist or on Tudou.