I shot most of the visual images in this The Wall Street Journal video report. As China’s ride-hailing industry faces tougher regulations, local tech firms and venture capitalists are eyeing a two-wheeled business instead of four. Photo: Wendy Tang for The Wall Street Journal
Almost 600,000 foreign nationals, excluding nationals from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, resided in China in 2010, according to China’s last national census. That is the potential market for one startup in Beijing who wants to increase cross-cultural interaction in China to bridge the gap between expatriates and local Chinese. Yunkai Weng, founder and CEO of […]
It’s unclear how many psychiatrists, therapists, and psychologists are working in China. There are 125.2 total mental health workers per every 100,000 people in the United States, but the same statistic is not reported for China in the World Health Organization’s 2014 Mental Health Atlas. Mental health care can be a sensitive subject in China, as […]
Inncube, the newly-opened co-working space in Beijing’s expatriate-oriented Sanlitun neighborhood, saw job seekers and recruiters interacting at company booths while some candidates practiced their elevator pitches in four-minute speed-networking sessions with potential employers. At the same time, speakers took to a stage to speak about inspiration. That was the scene at JingJobs and SCHSAsia’s job […]
Hong Kong’s start-up scene has been stymied by funding problems and a business culture suspicious of innovation. But a new generation of well-networked entrepreneurs, government initiatives and support from angel investors are giving a much needed boost to Hong Kong-bred innovation.