This is the third post in our series: Meet China’s Midas, where we will talk to a mix of Chinese investors who have made successful investments in China’s growing tech space. Stay tuned over the coming one month as we talk to Chinese investors from Beijing to Shanghai about what it take to be a Midas in China. You can follow our updates at @technodechina for new stories in the series. 

If there was a vote for the most shopworn cliche of the year, the term”Capital Winter” would win hands-down. Pardon the cliche, but the numbers do say that the for most VCs in China, most have turned dormant versions of their previous selves. However, Innovation Angel, a 1 billion RMB early stage fund is one exception to the rule, and in the past year has adopted a more aggressive strategy, as the database ITjuzi found. Trailing not far behind IDG with 34 investments, Innovation Angel was the second most active fund in 2016.

Here are just a few of the noteworthy investments Innovation Angel has made this past year and earlier:

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April Ma

Based in Beijing, April Ma writes on tech trends and covers startups that may (or may not) be the next BATs. Reach her at April.ma@technode.com or Mafangjing (Wechat).