In China, education is at the core of a child’s life. Parents place immense pressure on kids to go to the best pre-school, primary school, high school and university in the hope of securing a stable and lucrative future. For very young children, rigorous studying is required, yet not natural. But playing is. That’s why a start-up called Dingshi created a platform called Oladao.com which aims to make learning fun.

Oladao.com is dedicated to deliver quality online education to young children in China by combining education with gaming to create a fun environment for learning. Oladao.com claims their solution has been proven to improve test scores in math and logic for young kids. Given the intense competition to get your child into a top school, how can you not try it?

I had a chat with Eugene Hsu, the co-founder and CEO of Oladao, to get some insight into how they are disrupting old school ways of learning.

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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.