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  • Discover “The Red Web” At TechCrunch Shanghai, November 19-20

    Discover “The Red Web” At TechCrunch Shanghai, November 19-20

    In August, TechCrunch launched a landmark Chinese edition in partnership with super awesome Chinese blog TechNode. Now we are coming together again, and bringing in some of the leading entrepreneurs, investors and others in the region, for our first joint event in Shanghai on November 19-20. We’re calling the event “The Red Web.” Read More

  • The Web Behind The Wall Explains China’s Complicated Startup Industry

    The Web Behind The Wall Explains China’s Complicated Startup Industry

    “The Web Behind The Wall” is an e-book published by TechNode (our partner for next month’s TechCrunch Shanghai event) that wants to be “the #1 resource for foreign tech companies to understand China.” The book is a quick but highly informative read about China’s startup ecosystem, which has proven unpenetrable for tech giants like Google, Yahoo, Facebook… Read More

  • TechCrunch Returns To China, For Keeps

    TechCrunch Returns To China, For Keeps

    TechCrunch has a big international readership, and we all know there are no geographical boundaries to the startup revolution. No country has ridden that wave better than China, where huge markets, a red-hot economy, a controversial governmental hand and plenty of technologists and entrepreneurs have delivered a huge number of new companies, including giants Baidu, Tencent and Alibaba. Read More

  • 16 Chinese Startups Came Out With A Bang At The ChinaBang Conference

    16 Chinese Startups Came Out With A Bang At The ChinaBang Conference

    ChinaBang conference, an annual two-day event with a focus on local startups, innovation and entrepreneurship, was held last weekend in Beijing. With a mixture of keynote and panel discussions from local startup founders and entrepreneurs, the awards ceremony recognized the best Chinese startups and founders in 2011 and featured a startup launchpad contest. Organized by TechNode… Read More

  • Attn Entrepreneurs: How to Attend Disrupt Beijing for Less Cash

    Attn Entrepreneurs: How to Attend Disrupt Beijing for Less Cash

    Hopefully, anyone who has attended our Disrupt San Francisco and Disrupt New York conferences knows why we charge $2,995 for tickets: Between the Hackathon, Startup Alley, the big names on stage and the Startup Battlefield, we essentially cram four conferences into one. Our challenge in bringing Disrupt to Beijing was to find a way not to skimp on the conference, but produce an event that… Read More