This week was jam-packed with interesting news from across the region, no doubt warming us up for Startup Asia just around the corner. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and thanks for reading!
I love seeing technology being used in a legal setting. With Indonesian courts taking technology more seriously as having legal precedent, I think this will have rippling effects over what technology gets used in official settings.
Steven’s pick: Tianji Acquires Business Networking App as Battle Rages to be China’s Top LinkedIn Site
It’s all too rare that we see a prospering Chinese startup being acquired – and heartening to see that so many people wanted to read about it.
I seem to be the only one who thinks, but I believe Sogou is really on to something here, effectively putting search into your keyboard. It has the potential to change not just China’s search market but the way people interact with computers on a more basic level.
Willis’ pick: There is No Glamour in an Asia Startup
Dear fellow Asia entrepreneurs, this piece keeps you going, doesn’t it? Unrelated, but this article on Quora is another good read for your weekend reading leisure.
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