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Hong Kong’s Startup Scene: Interview with Casey Lau

Casey Lau explains the Hong Kong startup scene in 2012

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Rethinking Hong Kong

I’m in Hong Kong on business, and have had the opportunity to participate in the activities related to the launch of the Creative Commons Hong Kong. Rebecca MacKinnon has done an excellent job, along with some other faculty members from Hong Kong University, in making this a very informative and interesting event. At the event, [...]

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Event: Your Digital Day in Hong Kong

ADMA (Asian Digital Marketing Association) is hosting an event on Thursday October 16 at Hong Kong’s Cyberport called Your Digital Day. I will be participating in a panel talking about advertising trends and standards in China and Asia, and how they are developing. The moderator of the panel will be David Ketchum. The panel will [...]

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This is a joke, right?

When I read the first few paragraphs, I thought it might be a joke. It read: “Oxford university’s latest professor is a top Chinese expert on mathematical finance who aims to understand how markets are affected by traders’ gambling and irrational risk-taking.” This was followed by: A new chair has been created for Xunyu Zhou [...]

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Understanding the Chinese Hockey Stick

One of the things past experience has taught me that while it is possible to guess that some business will take off in China, it is almost impossible to tell when. The most common scenario is that for many years, a western business will devote its people and resources to making its business popular with [...]

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Chinese Face, Chinese Heart Part I

One of the frequent questions I run into in China is how western Internet companies coming into China should position themselves for growth in China. Should they try to be western, or should they try in the shortest possible time, try to become Chinese, hiring Chinese for their local staff and management? Under what circumstances [...]

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Visiting Shenzhen

I have been visiting Shenzhen for the past few days. The last time I was in Shenzhen was in 1999-2001, when the Internet bubble peaked. This time around, the city has changed considerably since the last time I spent time here. Parts of the city are not recognizable, all in the good sense. There are [...]

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