Dr. Gang Lu is founder & chief-editor of TechNode.com, making him one of the most influential Chinese tech blogger in global Internet industry. He’s also an academic in the field of wireless technology, an entrepreneur that co-founded two startups and partner to TechCrunch in China.
In this interview Gang shares his expertise regarding the nature of the Internet in China, the startup scene and competition in Chinese markets.
- 1:50: The most interesting and exciting developments Gang sees in the tech scene in Asia.
- 4:30: The nature of the Chinese Internet versus the global Internet in terms of available services, stability and filtering.
- 7:50: Does filtering in the Chinese Internet affect your business? How does it affect the Chinese market and startup scene?
- 14:00: Is the Chinese Internet a more mature, freer, post:piracy Internet? How does that affect services offered to the consumer?
- 19:35: How the competitive nature of Chinese markets shapes startups. The way that the competitiveness prepares them to take on global markets.
- 24:45: How is the investment environment in China?
- 28:00: What is the overall mentality amongst young Chinese entrepreneurs?
- 30:40: How did the tech and startup scene evolve over time?
- 32:00: Why you should come to China to do business.