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Archive for September, 2007


Is The Future of Advertising In Entertainment And Social Networks?

A while ago, a friend of mine who works in a 4A ad agency in Beijing said to me: “You think we’re all dinosaurs, don’t you, and that Google is going to own the whole advertising scene?” I’m glad he challenged me, because he forced me to think things through on a deeper level as [...]

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What’s Wrong with China’s Internet Developers?

In the course of my work, I’m often asked, based on my experience living and working in China, “What’s wrong with China’s Internet developers?” Unfortunately, I have never attacked the problem in a systematic way and organized my thoughts, even though I should. Today, I was visiting the Signals vs. Noise website which is maintained [...]

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Paul Denlinger: Podcast Interview on Getting Past China Market Hype

On Sept. 18, Christine Lu of the China Business Network interviewed me about “Getting Past the China Marketing Hype”. If you would like to listen to the podcast, you can download it here.

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Developing Games and Living the American Dream In China

Last night I had dinner with five individuals in Beijing. Except for me, all of them had real hands-on experience in the gaming industry in China. (My experience in gaming is limited to the business side; not programming and production.) All of them were Americans, or had extensive experience in the US. Long story short: [...]

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Report: Cory Doctorow of Boingboing Speaks in Beijing

Cory Doctorow, open-source advocate and publisher of the Boingboing blog, spoke in Beijing yesterday on Sept. 12. The Boingboing blog was one of the first blogs on the Internet, and now reportedly has more than 600K subscribers. The venue for the event was the Beijing Bookworm bookclub/bookstore in Sanlitun. Many members of Beijing’s English-blogging digerati [...]

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Is Faster American Decline A Good Thing…For America?

Rebecca McKinnon has a very interesting post at her blog “Thomas Friedman gets the middle finger in the Middle Kingdom”, which was part of her coverage of the World Economic Forum at Dalian. During a panel, Thomas Friedman, author of The World is Flat, accused China of being a “free-loader” while the US carried the [...]

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How Badly Did China Get Burned By US’s Subprime Mortgage Crisis?

An article in today’s Telegraph suggests that foreign central banks have sold US48B in US treasuries, with US32B in the past two weeks alone, according to figures released by the New York Federal Reserve. China currently holds US1,340B in reserves into other higher-yielding investments. Foremost among these newer investment vehicles is a sovereign-wealth fund. China [...]

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Apple’s iPhone Marketing in China Leverages Global Buzz

What do you call it when people pay nearly double current sales price to buy a product which is basically crippled of its most important function, and the maker has spent zero marketing dollars to sell the product? I’d call that pretty powerful buzz marketing. According to this USA Today story, some Chinese are willing [...]

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How Chinese Use Their Mobile Phones

Last night (Sept. 3) I attended the Mobile Users Panel held by Mobile Monday in Beijing. This event was held at the Radisson Hotel. This event was the evening part of the Wireless Developer Forum sponsored by Sony Ericsson and Nokia. I always like to listen to how users use new technology products and services. [...]

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BarCamp Beijing 2007 Summary

Yesterday I participated in Barcamp Beijing 2007, which was held at the France Telecom Research and Development Building in Haidian district in Beijing. There were more than 100 participants with some 24 sessions held in three different languages. It is hard to describe the firehose of information from Barcamp, but I will try to offer [...]

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