Beijing in the summer time! The TechCrunch Beijing Startup Competition culminates in a series of company pitches that vie for top honors. At stake are  sponsored by Upyun Ucloud, Kiicloud, Qiniu, Amazon AWS, and a win earns the company instant credibility among the upper echelon of tech investors, entrepreneurs, and start-up influencers.

Hundreds of startups have been eliminated and only fifteen remained to pitch and answer questions from judges, including President & CEO of Global Brain Yasuhiko Yurimoto, Google’s director/head of product management for Greater China Elliott Ng, Partner and Managing Director at Sequoia Capital China Yue (Steve) Ji, LightInTheBox Co-founder Keven Wen, and Senior Editor at TechCrunch Jonathan Shieber.

Here’s a look at the fifteen finalists in alphabetic order:

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Rita Liao

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