A lot of Chinese cities now has its own cradle of startups, endeavoring to create a fertile land that allow newborn companies to flourish, such as Zhongguancun (China’s Silicon Valley) in Beijing, Tisiwi and FuDiChuangYeYuan in Hangzhou, and TianFu Software Park in Chengdu, just to name a few.

The past years have seen the rise of Shanghai startup ecosystem, in particular, with the quick emerging of incubators, co-working space cafes for startups, including:

9 incubators/investment institutions: iStart Ventures, iCamp, SuHeHui, FeiMaLv, Innovation Works Shanghai, Shanghai Technology Entrepreneurship Foundation for Graduates (EFG), Innospace, Shanghai Cloud Valley and Startup Commune;

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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.