On Tuesday, China Entrepreneurs held a start-up pitch competition to a panel of VC judges and it seems they can’t get enough of the clones.  A product called TimeStream was voted the best product and unsurprisingly it was a clone of Path; a popular private mobile social network to share moments with friends.

The amusing and somewhat frustrating comment made by TimeStream’s Founder was that he got the idea himself and was inspired by Chinese philosophy of a timeline. However the redeeming element was that the product was executed very well and as they say in China, ‘execution is what counts the most.’ Although he may have a difficult time competing with the other Path clones who have already launched such as Meike by Kaixin001, Diandi, DengDeng, JiaoYin and Huashuo.

Here are some of the other pitches:

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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.