One year into an ideal job in a multinational corporation, my friend Lin made the seemingly risky decision to move to a startup. The multinational offered a decent salary, bonuses and a mature training system. What more could a new graduate expect?
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As the two largest Asian economies, China and India are finding ways to collaborate. Should America fear a future of better India-China relation?
Lately I have been thinking about how Tencent’s WeChat can enter other markets. It has been a tremendous success in China with more than one billion users. Together with Alipay, mobile payment has turned Chinese society from a society where people carry large wads of cash, to one which is largely cashless, all within the…
It has been 7 days since I started using OnePlus 6. Launched on 17th, May 2018, this is the latest flagship smartphone from OnePlus. As many are perhaps thinking about if this is a worthy device to purchase, I want to offer some of my initial impressions and thoughts on user experience thus far.
This year, Sinovation Ventures will turn nine years old. At a recent press conference, I shared several stories of entrepreneurship over the past nine years. During this time, the world has changed dramatically. The venture capital (VC) industry has become increasingly competitive and the rules of the industry have also changed.
On the evening of May 2, the market intelligence company International Data Corporation (IDC) released a report stating that the global smartphone shipment in Q1 of 2018 was 334.3 million units, a decrease of 2.9% from 344.4 million units in the same period of last year.
The 10th Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) Beijing opened on April 26, the theme of this year’s conference is AI Genesis. Kai-Fu Lee, CEO of Sinovation Ventures, attended the panel discussion on “The Present and Future of AI”, where he shared his views on artificial intelligence applications and talent cultivation.
2017 was a great year for short video apps in China. Domestic competition was fierce, it became a Red Ocean for investors, and the Chinese market became too saturated, companies gradually turned to overseas emerging markets trying to replicate miracles under the Blue Ocean strategy.