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  • GeeksOnAPlane At echelon 2010 In Singapore: An Overview Of South East Asia's Web Scene

    GeeksOnAPlane At echelon 2010 In Singapore: An Overview Of South East Asia's Web Scene

    Following Shanghai, Beijing, and Seoul, the GeeksOnAPlane (GOAP) tour reached its fourth and penultimate stop last week: Singapore. The island nation isn’t a very big market by itself (population: 5 million), but it’s located in the center of South East Asia, home to 600 million people. Only a small fraction of the population in that region currently has access to the web. Read More

  • GeeksOnAPlane In Korea: 12 Demos From Local Startups

    GeeksOnAPlane In Korea: 12 Demos From Local Startups

    After geeking out in Shanghai and Beijing for a week, the GeeksOnAPlane (GOAP) caravan moved on to South Korea’s tech hot spot Seoul. The group spent the weekend in the city; an extremely short window of time, but enough to get at least a rough overview of what’s going in the country’s tech scene. And perhaps more importantly, we had the chance to interact and exchange ideas… Read More

  • GeeksOnAPlane at the GMIC And CHINICT Tech Conferences In Beijing: Learnings From China

    GeeksOnAPlane at the GMIC And CHINICT Tech Conferences In Beijing: Learnings From China

    After exploring the mobile and Internet landscapes in Shanghai and Beijing, the GeeksOnAPlane (GOAP) group (30+ techies mostly from the Silicon Valley) continued their Asian field trip to Korea today. In Beijing, the GOAP attended two of China’s largest tech conferences: CHINICT, “the largest conference on China tech innovation” (which was livestreamed on TechCrunch), and… Read More

  • GeeksOnAPlane Get First Crash Course On Asia's Internet Market In Shanghai

    GeeksOnAPlane Get First Crash Course On Asia's Internet Market In Shanghai

    Traveling around the world, learning, networking, sharing – that’s what GeeksOnAPlane (GOAP), a field trip of sorts (which takes place a couple of times a year), is mainly about. This time, the tour is leading a group of 30+ geeks (mainly from the US) to no less than five tech hot spots in Asia: Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, and Tokyo. I am joining the trip as an… Read More