Suhehui, a newly-founded tech incubator in China just pulled curtain off the very first ten enrollees of its 4-months long boot camp. The Shanghai-based launchpad for startups selects promising projects twice a year, investing RMB 200k into them in exchange for a 8% stake in each of them.

Suhehui will also actively hunting new rounds for its graduates with a following RMB 800k infusion into projects it takes a like to.

 These ten enrollees, ranging from social networking services, ecommerce to enterprise-oriented projects, include:

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Chelsea Dong

She reads, travels, photographs and writes, with interests in chronicling China tech scene and interpreting how technology disrupts the way people live.