Internet entrepreneurs

Dirty Business for China’s Internet Scrubbers

A recent Southern People Weekly article translated by CDT revealed the world of official espionage in China: officials bugging rivals to gather ammunition, and allies to assess their loyalty. A report at Caixin describes another...

China: Where Patience Meets Speed

Sarah Lacy of TechCrunch is reporting from China for a new book on entrepreneurship: China has just exploded with entrepreneurship, funding and economic opportunity over the last five years or so, and unlike most of the world...

China’s new stars – Kathleen E. McLaughlin

From the San Francisco Chronicle: Jack Ma, diminutive and wispy, a boyish former English teacher, does not fit the mold of a man who would attract groupies. Yet he’s constantly surrounded. Ma has attained cult status as the most famous of an elite group in China — the country’s Internet entrepreneurs. The half-dozen or so […]

Internet Entrepreneurs Draw a Crowd in China – David Barboza

From the New York Times: Even before China’s annual “Internet summit” got under way here, Charles Zhang, the stylish founder of the Web portal Sohu.com, was holding court in the lobby of the Hyatt Hotel, standing before a crush of reporters and television cameras. Soon after, two other Chinese Internet superstars, William Ding, the 34-year-old […]

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