Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg
Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg

The burned-out Chinese tech workers becoming ‘Buddhist entrepreneurs’ in a bid for work-life balance

  • Not everyone working in China’s tough tech industry subscribes to its hectic work schedule, with some deciding to adopt a more relaxed style
  • While tech-giant founders such as Kuaishou CEO Su Hua are counted among them, others believe this ‘Buddhist’ approach to the tech business cannot be successful

Topic |   China technology
Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg
Rui Chen, chairman and CEO of Bilibili, has been labelled a “Buddhist entrepreneur”. Photo: Bloomberg
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