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Founder & Chief-Editor
Chief Editor of TechNode.com. Independent Asia/China Internet business observer and adviser, known speaker and tech blogger, open concept/technology evangelist and entrepreneur. Dr. Lu is also the co-founder of OpenWeb.Asia Workgroup and co-founder of kuukie.com. Full bio of Gang Lu can be found www.gang.lu.
Business Development & Event
Kevin Deng is in charge of business development and event organization at TechNode.
He completed a Bachelor and Masters degree in the United Kingdom, majoring in Strategy Business with IT.
Prior to TechNode, Kevin was responsible for business development activities at Technicolor(Thomson), a fortune 500 company.
Jason Lim is an English Editor at TechNode since December 2010. He mainly covers topics on entrepreneurship, start-ups, venture capital activity and emerging technologies space in Asia.
Before coming to China, he was a management consultant in strategy, operations and marketing as well as an accountant with Ernst & Young in Sydney, Australia.
Jason graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Marketing in 2005 and Tsinghua Chinese Language Program 2010. Jason currently lives in Beijing.
Author of Red Wired: China’s Internet Revolution, the first book to completely survey the nature of China’s internet. (http://redwiredrevolution.com/) She previously was the lead China technology reporter for South China Morning Post, one of Asia’s largest English-language daily newspapers. Her work allowed her to witness the rise of China’s Internet sector first hand and to talk to many of the entrepreneurs and industry experts. Currently she is an independent consultant and writer. She regularly writes on issues concerning China internet and technologies in Asia Times and Hong Kong Economic Journal. She graduated at the University of Hong Kong before earning a MBA at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Kevin is a new media blogger and disruptive industry researcher at Shanda Innovations, a technology startup incubator in Shanghai China. At the innovation center, he advises on marketing and execution strategies for startups as well as reaching out to partners internationally. Prior to moving to Shanghai, Kevin ran his business as a new media consultant offering social media training and data visualization services at NewMediaDecisions.com. He was also a founder and early employee of two vertical SNS startups in the Silicon Valley.
Kevin has two engineering degrees at UCLA and a engineering management degree from Anderson. He now lives in Shanghai.
Minman is an investment analyst in Shanda Innovations, the incubator and innovation center of Shanda Group. Her responsibilities in Shanda includes sourcing, analyzing investment opportunities, negotiating and preparing business plan, writing industry research reports and other execution jobs.
Minman graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting&Finance). She lives in Shanghai and is willing to hear from startups and entrepreneurs. You may reach her at guminman[AT]gmail.com.
She graduated from Swansea University, UK majoring in TEFL, MA in 2011. She has been working as Chinese teacher, English teacher, interpreter. She loves travelling around which helps her know better of the rest of the world. Currently living in Beijing, she is passionate about her new role as a blogger writing stories in tech area and startups.