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XinShanZhai: Seeed Studio and Facilitate Open Innovation

[This post is written by our guest writer David Li, and co-published on his very interesting project XinCheJian] Today we at Xinchejian kicked off the first of the “Xinshanzhai” series of talks and discussion on how “Shanzhai” micro manufacture efficiency combined with open innovation process and open source hardware will change how China innovate. We […]

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Baidu Launched Online Music Radio Channel

It’s been a long while we have not covered anything about Chinese online music service. We’ve wrote about 8Box, the Last.fm-like service and Yobo the Pandora-like service, but it’s almost 3 years ago. Both sites are still available, but the traffic is miserable. Online music service is not that hot, but we have seen some […]

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More Tencent Puzzle

Another question people frequently raise about Tencent is whether it can dominate whatever area it choose to enter. If a company competes with Tencent, will it loss for sure?? The truth is there are many incidents that Tencent was defeated by its competitors. For examples, in search engine, Tencent’s Soso cannot compete with Baidu. It […]

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Camera360, Could be Much Better Than Instagram

In a post we said the mobile business is not just about location, and the camera (pictures) and contact list are also the golden mine waiting for us to explore. We have seen a few cool applications coming into the market, Instagram is the one playing with pictures and Kik is fantastic idea taking advantage […]

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The Tencent vs government Puzzle

Tencent is the largest internet company in China and it might be also the most misunderstood one. I chatted with a friend in Hong Kong yesterday. And she asked whether Chinese government will suppress Tencent. This is not the first time I heard about such query. A few months ago, a hedge fund manager asked […]