The Web Behind The Wall, the newest TechNode publication debuted at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF stage this past week.  This launch of this interactive ebook could not be more timely as it coincided with China’s becoming the largest internet user base, the biggest ecommerce market by revenue, and the biggest gaming market in the world.

This production was a collectively effort lead by Dr. Gang Lu, the founder of TechNode along with Kevin Chen, Jason Lim, and Ben Jiang with contribution from TechinAsia, TechRice, Frog Design, and The Founder’s Magazine.  The book is written by techies for techies, and has already gotten stellar reviews from industry influencers such as Ken Wilcox, Chairman and Founder of Silicon Valley Bank,  Marc van der Chijs, Co-Founder of Tudou, and Fritz Demopoulos, Co-Founder of Qunar, Akio Tanaka, Co-Founder of Infinity Venture Partners – all wildly successful foreign entrepreneurs in China. [Read their reviews here]

The mission of this book is to really make it easy for foreign companies to transition and localize in China says Chen; the lead author,  it contains comprehensive information on how the internet works, who uses it, what innovation means in China, and how you can make money from it.  The book is a true distillation and accumulation of the stories and events that sets the trend and pave the way for future entrepreneurs who wants to compete in the international stage.

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Kevin I Chen

Author of Web Behind The Wall and Sr. Technology Development Manager. Came to Shanghai from Silicon Valley in 2010, focused on entrepreneurship, startup China, O2O, Retail Technology. Further Inquiries,...