[Technology is the fashion and doing startup is a cool thing. But in China, we are missing that philosophy.]

I almost stop reading Chinese tech-related magazine, not just because all the information I need right now can be found via the Internet, but also because I don’t really feel most of them are fancy enough for me to buy one in terms of the content as well as the way the content is presented.

Wired, is my favorite magazine. My feeling about it is that it’s something I can not resist to buy and it’s kind of cool even if I leave it my desk (and won’t really find time to read it through). Of course, the article like The Web is Dead is absolutely sensational, and in general, Wired keeps telling me what would happen next and inspiring me with the trend of the technology. But looking at Chinese tech-related magazines, they have industry review, company profile and interview one after another which are good to know, but we have to say that they can report the past, the current but in the fast-developing web/mobile space, we are thirsty about the future.

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Gang Lu

Dr. Gang Lu - Founder of TechNode. He's a Blogger, a Geek, a PhD and a Speaker, with passion in Tech, Internet and R'N'R.