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    Why The Next Wave of China Startups Will Be Based Outside China

    Most business people think that having a presence in China to reach the Chinese market is necessary. Not necessarily.

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    Has China Embraced An Outdated Version of Corporate Capitalism?

    China’s government has limited the growth of its private business sector by not making capital readily available. It is time to change this policy and actively help it to grow.

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    Internet Crackdowns As An Economic Performance Indicator

    Freedom of speech on the Internet is taken for granted in good times, but when times get touch and there is high unemployment, it becomes a different story. Then, government crackdowns become a good indicator of what is really happening in the economy.

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    White God Syndrome Meets China’s Internet Sovereignty

    Virtually all westerners, and most western companies, embrace the belief that information should be free. This means that it should freely cross national borders and be accessible by anyone with a browser. In short, as long as it sits on a web server, it should be accessible from anywhere. Some individuals, such as Mark Zuckerberg, [...]

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    China Internet Plays Winding Up to Hit NASDAQ

    Chinese e-commerce companies have done especially well in the past year, and many are putting their finishing touches on to get ready to hit the NASDAQ and other markets. Will bring you more information and in-depth coverage on these companies soon. The greatest weakness of these companies is not their operations and marketing in China, [...]

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    Let the Mapping Wars Begin!

    As location-aware applications become more core for mobile services, especially with the launch of the new iPhone 4, location and mapping services become ever more important. The Chinese government has made clear that non-Chinese owned mapping companies will not be able to provide basic mapping services and AutoNavi is filing for an IPO. Will be [...]

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    Networked Authoritarianism in Perspective

    A short time ago, Rebecca MacKinnon wrote an excellent commentary on the Chinese government’s white paper on the Internet. In the government-published white paper, there was effusive praise for the Internet as a tool for social change under terms set by the party. The important thing to understand is that the party will set the [...]

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    Bread and Circuses

    At the end of my previous post, where I painted a generally pessimistic picture of the near future, I mentioned that I would write about the businesses which would do well in this downturn. In my opinion, they are bread and circuses. During the decline of the Roman empire, the Roman emperors realized that in [...]

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    Event on 11/5/08: About IAB In China (Beijing)

    For the past five months, I have been researching about the feasibility of setting up an IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) in China. The IAB as a trade association was founded in the US in 1997, and has since spread to all major markets in North America and Europe where it helps to coordinate discussion and [...]

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    The New Value Economy Arrives

    What a difference a month makes! Just a little more than a month ago, China was basking in the afterglow of the Beijing Olympics, and the US still had an investment banking sector. Now, all China news has been taken up with tainted milk scandal, and the US consumers have changed from spendthrift junk-buyers into [...]

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