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Getting some real networking done with Robbie Hsiung

For this installment, we’re talking with Robbie Hsiung, founder and CEO of Zaizher IM.

Professional social networking hasn’t quite caught on here in China. No matter what Ushi  or Tianji  might say, there just isn’t much of a base (or a site with a brand similar to LinkdedIn) for professional SNS. BUT that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a ton of potential and commensurate huge amounts of room for growth.

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Tradesparq with Michael Kleist, Founder

This week we talk with Michael Kleist about his business, TradeSparq, a great example of a company created first as a way to solve a problem and THEN to make money.

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TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing 2011 with Charlie Custer

The second episode this week, bam bam bam, is with Charlie Custer.

We’re talking about the TechCrunch Disrupt event that happened last week

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Accelerators, incubators, startups, and entrepreneurship in China with Cyril Ebersweiler

For our eighth episode, I talk with Cyril Ebersweiler, venture partner at SOS Ventures and founder of Chinaccelerator, a (you guessed it) start-up accelerator based in Dalian.

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Starting a business and being an entrepreneur with Stephen Wang

This week, I have the great honor to speak with Stephen Wang, a guy that’s been there since almost the very beginning.

Stephen is the co-founder of Design Reactor, Rotten Tomatoes, and currently CTO for AliveNotDead, a community for celebrities and artists, and Alive.cn, a business that connects celebrities with brands for social advertising.

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