iWeekend is an organization that aims to spur entrepreneurs into action by bringing together tech entrepreneurs and professionals to select an idea, develop a product and launch a tech-based start-up in just one weekend.

In the run up to its 2011 Beijing 15-17 April iWeekend, the team hosted a Q&A session with two seasoned entrepreneurs on Thursday at Fish Eye Café in Sanlitun Village. The first entrepreneur to share was Stephen Wang (SW), an ABC and Berkeley graduate who co-founded RottenTomatoes.com, a movie rating site, later sold to IGN and is currently the Co-Founder and CTO of alivenotdead.com, an online community for artists (filmmakers, musicians, performing artists, and more) and their fans allowing communication, interaction, and collaboration. The other was Steven Chui (SC), founder of zhaopin.com, the massive jobs site in China.

Here were the questions and answers of the night.

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Jason Lim

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.