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Chinese Companies Going Out, And The New Patent Wars

For the past five years, the Chinese government has been encouraging Chinese companies to set up a foreign presence. In Chinese, this policy is known as 走出去 or “going out”. There are several reasons for this: Chinese companies are predominantly low on the value chain, and are mainly in manufacturing. There is comparatively little value [...]

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GE’s Jeff Immelt Surprised That Chinese Interests Are Different

In a recent statement, GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt expressed surprise and dismay that the Chinese government and business interests are pursuing moves that will seemingly make the Chinese market less friendly and accessible to western companies. Then, he went one step further, accusing the Chinese of the attempted “colonization” of other countries. Shortly after making [...]

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Radiohead: House of Cards Music Video

Warning: This is geeky stuff which has nothing to do with China. The Youtube Blog just put up a very entertaining video by Radiohead called House of Cards which uses 3D laser imaging technology. I don’t know if the song has anything to do with recent financial events and the generally grim outlook on the [...]

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Behind The Scenes In China

Just a quick note about what I see happening behind the scenes in China. The administration of Hu Jintao has made a recent effort to push for transparency and accountability in China, especially related to disbursement of funds related to the Sichuan earthquake, and then acting quickly against corrupt local officials in Wengan in Guizhou [...]

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A Hard Look At Microsoft’s Performance

In a final closeout post on his blog, MSFTExtremeMakeover takes a hard look at MSFT’s performance over the past eight years. The picture which emerges is not pretty, but it’s true.

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CHINICT Conference and Cocktail in Beijing

The CHINICT conference, hosted by the Beijing municipal government, will be held on May 22 and 23 in Beijing. This is a major event for IT stars, and is an excellent venue for new and rising IT companies in the area. Kaiser Kuo, publisher of Ogilvy China Digital Watch, will moderate during the two days. [...]

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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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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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Is It Possible For A Western-Managed Business To Succeed In China?

China’s increasingly important global role means that more and more businesses are coming to China. While there has been a significant presence among multinationals for nearly 30 years, now companies are coming in at earlier stages. Now some startups are even choosing to start in China instead of Silicon Valley. This trend has been encouraged [...]

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Investing in American Science and Technology

One of my recurring themes is that Americans have become too good at consuming, down to the point of consuming their children’s futures through deficit spending, and have not done enough to invest in the future. This is an important legacy of the current Bush administration which has repeatedly mortgaged the future in order to [...]

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