Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter
Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter

Why readers and self-publishers are turning to sites like Substack to get the China information they really want

  • Many Western readers are turning to newsletters to get their China news curated by China watchers that they trust
  • Modern technology has allowed subject matter experts to reach a market of paying consumers all on their own

Topic |   Internet
Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter
Substack is founded by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie and Jairaj Sethi, three veterans at Kik, which wanted to be the “WeChat of the West”. Photo: Chris Best/Twitter
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