Category Archives: telecom

A day in the life of a WeChat user – Matthew Brennan

WeChat is one of the largest social platforms in the world, and an example of what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to do with his platform. WeChat expert Matthew Brennan is one of three avid WeChat users explaining to the Jing Daily what WeChat means for his daily life, including their mini-programs.

Foreign investment law not the feared VIE-killer – Mark Schaub

For years the business community feared China’s central government would kill the so-called VIE’s (variable-interest entity). The tool to circumvent the country’s strict ownership regulations was never endorsed by the government but has also never been in serious trouble, tells China veteran and lawyer Mark Schaub to Bloomberg. The ban even did not show up in the draft foreign investment law, last week.

Sara Hsu joins SupChina as fintech columnist

Financial analyst Sara Hsu has joined the leading China information website SupChina as a columnist with a bi-weekly contribution on financial technology.

How China can hit Canada – Shaun Rein

China threatened┬áCanada with severe consequences after it arrested Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou on the request of the USA. Business analyst Shaun Rein, author of┬áThe War for China’s Wallet: Profiting from the New World Order, spells out what those consequences could be for AFP.

Mobile only: getting to the next 4 billion users – William Bao Bean

A market of four billion users is waiting to be tapped into and William Bao Bean, managing director of the Shanghai-based SOSV, explains how his MOX is helping startups to do so. With a solid background in banking, telecom and the internet, William saw how mobile applications disrupted traditional industries, and offer new possibilities for companies to enter developing markets.

Running an international operation from Shanghai – William Bao Bean

William Bao Bean, managing director of the Shanghai-based Chinaccelarator, tells about his busy week, trying to help foreign startups to enter China and helping Chinese companies to go global. The main problem of his international operation? “You never have a holiday.”

Zhang Ying leads RSM Huawei partnership focus on education

The Rotterdam School of Management(RSM) and telecom giant Huawei have signed a partnership to deepen their cooperation on the digitalization of the transformation of education. RSM professor Zhang Ying will lead the new partnership, according to the China Daily.

Samsung has a leadership problem – Shaun Rein

The global recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has plunged the Korean company into disarray. Samsung was already a long time without leadership, says business analyst Shaun Rein to Bloomberg, but the disaster has only become worse, after the latest disaster.

China, US BIT agreement win-win for both – Sara Hsu

When President Xi Jinping visits Washington next week, there is a fair chance the long-awaited bilateral investment treaty (BIT) between China and the US might get finalized. A win-win for both countries, writes financial analyst Sara Hsu in the Diplomat.

Apple leaves troublesome past behind – Shaun Rein

For a long time, Apple did not get it right in China. Business analyst Shaun Rein notes that now the American giant is doing things right and ships more smartphones to China, even more than Xiaomi. From Mercury News.