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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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

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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