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Over the great wall: a peek into China tech

Most people don't know that the Chinese internet is every bit as exciting and powerful as the outside Internet.

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What is happening over the Great Wall is fascinating. In this new video, hear from global experts:

Teng Bao
Teng Bao

Co-Founder at Strikingly


Strikingly.com is a China-based, global startup, providing a website builder that allows the user, with little or no development experience, to create mobile-optimized websites “within minutes”. Strikingly.com was the first Chinese company to graduate from the Y Combinator seed accelerator. The company was founded in 2012, raised $1.5M in seed round and $6M in A round in 2017. 


"China is already the leader in the mobile internet and the progress is nowhere near complete. "

Tom Xiong
Tom Xiong

Founder of Move Shanghai, Host at Digitally China Podcast

Tom Xiong is the founder of Move Shanghai, a leading health and fitness platform in China. Digitally China is a bi-weekly podcast from RADII hosted by Tom Xiong and Eva Xiao, and produced by Jacob Loven. The podcast has become one of the most influential voices about how technology from the East and specifically China is overtaking Silicon Valley and impacting the rest of the world.

"If you want to become really good at something within the tech sector…China is the only place to be."

Dounan Hu
Dounan Hu

 Program Director at Le Wagon China

With a wealth of background in astrophysics, algorithms and high-tech research, Dounan is a true geek. He consults for early tech startups and social enterprises - coaching management, rescuing development, and building high-calibre tech teams.

"Most people don't know that the Chinese internet is every bit as exciting and powerful as the outside internet.”




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