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The CareVoice Team--Sebastien Gaudin (R2) and Ricky Ng-Adam (R1) China is undergoing a tremendous transformation over the past two decades, not only economically but also socially and...

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Two months ago we reported that WeChat was developing a solution for business. An API for businesses to develop customized accounts has been out....

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Andon (SZ:002432), or Jiuan in Chinese, the Chinese healthcare electronics manufacturer, announced to spin off the division for iHeath, the healthcare appcessory brand, and introduce...

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Yuebao, the mutual fund launched by Alibaba Group for its online shoppers in mid-2013, showed Chinese users how easy it could be to purchase...

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Feiyu Technology, a Chinese mobile and web game developer, has filed for an IPO on Hong Kong market. Xiamen Haloer and CAIROT, two of...

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Moneero, a Latin American bitcoin startup which recently debuted its wallet services to an initial batch of users, is the developer of a bitcoin...

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Woqu, launched in April this year, is a Chinese travel site currently focused on only one market, the U.S.. The site has just secured US$20...

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Like musicians in the rest of the world, the Chinese have been struggling from unauthorized downloading or, more recently, streaming. In order to monetize their online...

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Online food delivery service Daojia.com announced that it has closed US$50 million of Series D financing jointly led by JD.com and Macquarie. (source via Sina) This deal...

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There is little excuse for the current level of misinformation, negative predisposition, or outright ignorance on the rapidly maturing Chinese tech ecosystem, especially from industry professionals who are community members of the largest congregation of smart people from all over the world, the Silicon Valley. Cliché criticisms around government intervention and media censorship, favoritism of the local companies, copycat start-ups, Facebook and Twitter’s blocking, Google’s very unfortunate exit, as well as eBay’s, Paypal’s, Amazon’s (and so on, the list is long) notorious failures to breakthrough in the China market in the past decade have all got considerable elements of truth in them but, left at that, they are no more than Aesopian “sour grape” type of aphorisms. They are only one side of the coin and thus dangerously misleading.