George Chen

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Last but not least, let’s talk about freedom once again and why it makes a difference for Hong Kong
Money may make the world go round but a philanthropic mission makes tech start-ups more likely to stick around
Tencent blocks Uber on WeChat, so what ‘fair play’ can we expect in China?
We can't fix everything with the internet
Traditional media industry playing catch-up in Hong Kong
Lessons to be learned from tiny Estonia
‘Godfather’ of Israel’s hi-tech industry Yossi Vardi credits ‘tiger moms’ for country's new nickname: Start-up nation
‘Easier to ship wine than buy an MP3’ across borders in Europe: EU falling behind in tech race as Chinese start-ups rise to top, says Estonian leader
Six reasons for Finland’s record start-up success: Clash of Clans maker Supercell reveals all
Industries step into technology era
Staying ahead in the ‘cross-screen’ era: Sequoia joins US$23m investment round in Taiwan-based ‘smart marketing’ start-up Appier
Finding the money to raise kids is the issue in China
Shortcut to Shangri-La: Virtual reality headsets offer 360-degree tours of cities and hotel group’s properties from Tibet to Hong Kong
Heading the cloud: Google says now is best time to launch a start-up in Asia due to low IT costs and broad adoption of mobile devices
Hong Kong ad firm Pixels launches new tools for multi-platform content using HTML5 on cusp of expected mobile advertising boom
What does BAT’s hiring freeze really mean to the entire internet industry?
China-focused media group SCMP pivots into e-commerce with acquisition of Hong Kong fashion retailer MyDress.com
Hong Kong and Taiwan take different start-up routes
Watch out, Shenzhen! Taiwan is upgrading to grab manufacturing orders from China’s not-so-cheap boomtown

Can Shenzhen, the former boomtown in southern China’s Guangdong province known for its pioneering economic reforms, remain the “world’s factory” for global technology start-up firms?

14 Oct 2015 - 9:33PM

Can Shenzhen, the former boomtown in southern China’s Guangdong province known for its pioneering economic reforms, remain the “world’s factory” for global technology start-up firms?

Watch out, Shenzhen! Taiwan is upgrading to grab manufacturing orders from China’s not-so-cheap boomtown
Think outside the city: Start-ups in Hong Kong should look to Taiwan to become regional players, says Google executive
Busy season for Hong Kong's future entrepreneurs - from coffee shops to airport
Cantopop and fast food: What McDonald's karaoke-inspired viral ad on YouTube teaches us about digital advertising
ZTE who? China's next push is smartphone brand names in US
Pope, John Boehner and Xi Jinping: who's more important for Americans?
Mr. Shangkong | Ignoring politics can be bad for business

The economies of China and the United States are now deeply connected. You don't need a PhD in economics to know this. It can be seen in many aspects of everyday life.

21 Sep 2015 - 4:18AM

The economies of China and the United States are now deeply connected. You don't need a PhD in economics to know this. It can be seen in many aspects of everyday life.

Ignoring politics can be bad for business
Mr. Shangkong | Selling China's 'new normal' story to the world

One of the most frequently heard terms in global capital markets this year must be the "new normal", which generally refers to how China plans to deal with its slower economic growth and avoid a hard landing that could have a negative impact on world economies.

14 Sep 2015 - 6:27AM

One of the most frequently heard terms in global capital markets this year must be the "new normal", which generally refers to how China plans to deal with its slower economic growth and avoid a hard landing that could have a negative impact on world economies.

Selling China's 'new normal' story to the world
'I'm used to being unlucky': one of China's richest men, Alibaba's Jack Ma reflects on tumbling shares
‘Unlucky’ Alibaba billionaire Ma tells Summer Davos he’s used to hardship, tries to stay positive
A Twitter riddle: China hosts 'Summer Davos' but refuses to relax internet censorship, unlike at recent sporting events in Beijing
Instagram launches global ad service, and Facebook lays another golden egg 3 years after US$1 billion acquisition of photo-sharing app