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China has emerged as a global powerhouse in tech. It is now home to some of the world’s most valuable tech companies and most motivated entrepreneurs. How can U.S. companies succeed in China and learn from China? How can Chinese tech companies go global? From Silicon Valley to Beijing, we interview movers and shakers of China's tech industry, as well as tech leaders who have a U.S.-China cross-border perspective. Brought to you by GGV Capital, a leading cross-border VC firm that has been investing in the U.S. and China for the past 18 years, and co-produced by the Sinica Podcast.

996 Podcast by GGV Capital GGV Capital

    • Technology
    • 4.6, 73 Ratings

China has emerged as a global powerhouse in tech. It is now home to some of the world’s most valuable tech companies and most motivated entrepreneurs. How can U.S. companies succeed in China and learn from China? How can Chinese tech companies go global? From Silicon Valley to Beijing, we interview movers and shakers of China's tech industry, as well as tech leaders who have a U.S.-China cross-border perspective. Brought to you by GGV Capital, a leading cross-border VC firm that has been investing in the U.S. and China for the past 18 years, and co-produced by the Sinica Podcast.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

kerlji ,

Shocked by the lowness

It’s really disturbing to hear some venture capitalists publicly champion an inhuman working schedule(996) that is on par with slavery unashamedly.
Plz stop this show, which is basically saying, joining us in China, the world wildest playground for capitalists, where there’s a bountiful feast of slavers to exploit. Sick.

Suijeneris ,

Amazing podcast for cross-border entrepreneurs

Really love and enjoy this podcast for business people and especially for aspiring entrepreneurs with ambitions to build global companies. I think cross-border entrepreneurs have unique advantages and this podcast really showcases that—the perspective, connections, and experiences abroad gives insights that help improve your idea, product, and/or business. Many founders took inspiration from US to China to create billion dollar companies—the “sea turtles”. I think this is also happening in the reverse more often and we’ll see this over the next decade where entrepreneurs who live, work in, or travel often to Asia can take inspiration there and bring it to the West. The community is fantastic as well, I’ve connected with some people via the WeChat group and also got to meet Zara (she’s great and amazingly sharp and smart).

Njoy W ,

Great concept, but could use a little polishing

I have really appreciated the content in this podcast but I can’t help but get distracted by Mr. Tung’s interview style. Please, please stop saying “yep”, “right”, “uhuh” after every point and interrupting the speaker by trying to say what you think the speaker is going to say. Just relax and let the speakers speak. We already know you’re smart, Hans, no need to keep jumping in. :) I say this with the best of intentions because I do love the podcast. Just maybe treat it more like a professional show and less like a casual networking conversation. Then it will be PERFECT. Again, thank you for a great show, that’s why I’m giving 5 stars.

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