GWC, or the Great Wall Club that serves as a platform to bridge the gap between China’s and the world’s mobile Internet ecosystem held a press conference yesterday to count down to its Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC).

David Song, co-founder of the Beijing-based mobile-centric organization kicked off the conference by wrapping up last year’s GMIC which attracted more than 3000 attendees with 43% of which are chief-executives and 30% international attendees coming from 26 countries. For those missed out on it, you can check out all the presentations slides from last year online, here’s the link.

The main ideas behind the GMIC 2012’, according to Song, can be boiled down to three keywords: Transboundary, Converge and Transform.

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