This is the third post of Now in Shenzhen, where TechNode visits a handful of Shenzhen-based companies leveraging Shenzhen’s core strength: manufacturing. 

China is moving from “Made in China” towards “Designed in China”. China has made eye-catching growth in its technology and innovation, and now is the time to make the global audience fall in love with their design.

“Shenzhen need more designers and more creative education. China is a global market now, but if they don’t have a good design, they cannot seize the market. China needs help from the rest of the world,” Saravanakumar Kandasamy, co-founder of Madrasters, a designer community in Shenzhen, told TechNode.

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Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com