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  1. Google bets on 'killer projects' in China

    Posted Sep 14th 2005, 12:00am by Michael Logan, Stuart Biggs

    ... of Google's possible China strategy were contained in documents submitted to a US court as part of its legal dispute with Microsoft Corp over the hiring of former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-fu. While ... In a July 27 e-mail to a job applicant with a strong background in wireless technologies, Mr Lee wrote: 'We are extremely interested in talking to you. We have big plans for China ...

  2. Patents set to take off on mainland

    Posted Oct 06th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... innovative Chinese enterprises putting in place a patent-filing strategy in line with their development and marketing strategies.' Lee Kai-fu, the founder of mainland technology start-up fund ...

  3. 400 yuan funds seeking Beijing's approval

    Posted Jan 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Toh Han Shih

    ... such fund for Shanghai. This fund aims to raise five billion yuan (HK$5.69 billion), which will be invested in Shanghai. Lee Kai-fu, after resigning as Google's China chief in September last ...

  4. iPod maker sues workers over defection

    Posted Sep 02nd 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... globally. Last year, Google and Microsoft fought a legal battle over the defection of Taiwanese-born researcher Lee Kai-fu to the search engine. Microsoft sued Mr Lee and Google in a US court, ...

  5. High-stakes career offers mean it's good to be a geek again

    Posted Sep 17th 2006, 12:00am by Barclay Crawford

    ... at work pursuing their own projects. The Beijing office even has a karaoke room in the office where workers can chill out. The president of Google's China operations, Lee Kai-fu, has been ... engineers in the last year. Dr Lee claims a job with a top tech firm like Google is no longer just cool, but 'one of the most impactful jobs a person can have' in an industry which has ...

  6. News - China

    Blocking of coding site has Chinese programmers up in arms

    Posted Jan 23rd 2013, 03:23pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... programmers, the most severe since Google closed its Chinese search service on the mainland in 2010. Kai-Fu Lee, a former president of Google China and now the chief executive of his own venture ... there was no reason to block a site like that,” Lee said in the post, which has spawned more than 70,000 retweets and 15,100 comments in 15 hours. However, Thomas Yao, founder of a popular Chinese GitHub-like ...

  7. News - China

    China orders stepped-up scrutiny on Apple

    Posted Mar 29th 2013, 09:47pm by Agence France-Presse\

    ... the bombardment of advertising jointly staged by CCTV and the People’s Daily ,” he wrote. Kai-Fu Lee compared current events to 2009, when he was the head of Google China and the US search engine firm ...

  8. Comment - Blogs

    Chinese netizens turn to metaphors to condemn, evade censorship

    Posted Jan 10th 2013, 04:39pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... skill required to understand China, you are wrong. Living in a country with harsh online censorship, you also need to understand Chinese metaphors. For example, Kai-Fu Lee, former president ... about east, west and north, as well as Monday through to Friday”. He also uploaded a photo online, showing a bottle of black tea and a tea set. What on earth did Lee really mean? The answer ...

  9. News - China - PLA

    Hawkish PLA general at centre of microblogging storm

    Posted Feb 25th 2013, 07:50pm by Chris Luo

    ... team. Chinese internet icon Lee Kai-fu, a former Google China executive, also joined in on the speculation. In a Monday morning post titled “Suggestions to Luo Yuan on running weibo,” Lee ...

  10. News - China - NEW MEDIA

    Businesspeople top Weibo microbloggers list

    Posted Jan 16th 2013, 12:00am by LAURA ZHOU

    ... year to 420 million. Former Google China chief Kai-Fu Lee was Sina Weibo's most influential microblogger, followed by the hosts of Hunan Satellite TV's entertainment show Happy Camp, ...




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