We said in our HongKong Impression I, HongKong market is small and it’s hard for startups to find angel investor or even VCs there. It’s a matter of fact, but, it does not mean there are no startups in HongKong.  During the stay in HK last week,  I skipped the Web Wednesday & Facebook event and walked in BootHK office where it’s a great pleasure to meet with Jon Buford who is the founder of BootHK, Y. Daniel Cheng from Pandaform, Nagib Tharani and his partner who together working on very interesting mobile service called Taxizu, and several other startup founders. Our chat, of course, focus on the startups in HongKong.

What is BootHK

BootHK is the HongKong’s entrepreneurial community by giving people a social place they can work and meet up, i.e. the co-working office which works like Xindanwei in Shanghai but has more focus on tech startups. BootHK allows the members to pay for using the space and facilities per day ($HK100), month ($HK2500+) or year even lifetime ($HK50,000). But it’s more about a shared place to work, Jon said,

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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.