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Archive for February, 2008


Result-Symbio Partnership Symposium in Beijing on 2/28

Recently I have been involved in setting up an event in Beijing, it is the Result-Symbio Partnership Symposium on Feb. 28 (Thursday). The CEO of Result, Ola Ahlvarrson, and the CEO of Symbio, Jacob Hsu, got together and decided that it would be interesting to bring technology and business professionals together to talk about how [...]

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Health and Medical Insurance in the Near Future

Have you ever wondered what the health and medical insurance industries would look like in the near future? If you read this article, then this article, you might be forgiven for wondering too.

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The Engineering Challenges of the 21st Century

Americans are at their best when they use their creativity to solve problems which most people believed could not be easily solved. In my generation, there was the challenge of sending a man to the moon, put forward by President Kennedy in the early 60s by the end of the decade, a challenge which was [...]

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Advertising On The Three Screens and New Business Models for China

In technology marketing parlance, the three screens refer to the television screen, the PC screen and the mobile phone screen. Most marketers and advertisers now recognize that more eyeballs and viewing time are going to the PC screen, and even more will soon go to the mobile phone screen, and the question they are asking [...]

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Working the Gray Areas in China

“If I were to wait until the Chinese government said I could do something, I’d never be able to make money.” This is a line I have heard on many occasions from different Chinese entrepreneurs. In China, there are many areas which are not strictly illegal, but they’re not legal either. Most of the time, [...]

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China-India Software Outsourcing Podcast

I was recently interviewed by Christine Lu of the China Business Network re the issue of China-India software outsourcing which I had earlier published a white paper about. If you would like to download the white paper, you can get it here . You can download and listen to the podcast here. This article touches [...]

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Getting Into China for Foreign Tech, Biz Pros

More frequently now, US-based (mostly Silicon Valley) tech and business professionals are contacting me, asking how to find work in China. The business people usually want to get paid US salary to stay in the US and do some BD work for a US or Chinese company. The technology people usually want to find work [...]

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Business and Social Context Isn’t Important; It’s Everything

One of the most popular cliches in the west about China is that Chinese are generally good and reasonable people, but when it comes to nationalism, they are unreasonable. On the political level, national sovereignty is not negotiable, and when it comes to business, you need to realize that nationalism is a wildcard, and can [...]

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There Are Chinese, Then There Are Chinese

For many westerners and western companies, it’s hard to figure out why some Chinese have gone to the US for their graduate degrees, worked at name technology companies such as Intel and Microsoft, then come back to China, their homeland, start their own businesses, and fall flat on their faces. How is this possible? They [...]

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Changing Employment Trends in Asia

In my previous article I talked about how skill demand in startups in China was changing, and that the skills needed from both local and non-Chinese had changed considerably. This article from the Asia Times talks about how immigration and hiring trends are beginning to change in China and India. Regardless of whether you agree [...]

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