Like always and anywhere, a number startups in China failed in 2013. ITjuzi, a China-based starup data base, shared with us this list of worth-mentioning Chinese startups that died in the year.

Four-month Startup

Of all the worth-mentioning startups on ITjuzi, the one with the shortest life is Niuwo. 2013 saw a lot of startups trying to streamline China’s furniture market with the Internet and several of them raised large amounts of funding. Niuwo was one of them that was launched in June 2013 and would announce RMB300 million (roughly $48m) funding later. The site was closed four months after its launch.

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Tracey Xiang

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com