Silicon Hutong on the Sinica Podcast

In the Hutong
Going postprandial
1235 hrs.

On the theory “better late than never,” I’m attaching a link to my debut as a guest on Kaiser Kuo‘s insightful “Sinica Podcast,” a series of weekly discussions among the Beijing cognoscenti. Our topic was whether China was going through an internet bubble, given some of the valuations of recent and upcoming public offerings of Chinese internet firms.

Sharing the room with Kaiser, Gady Epstein from Forbes, Techrice‘s Kai Luckoff, Danwei.org‘s Jeremy Goldkorn, and Digicha‘s Bill Bishop, I walked in wondering if I’d have anything useful to add, but everyone made an effort to make me feel welcome and useful, for which I’m eternally grateful.

Give the show a listen here, and if you don’t already, make sure to check out Sinica on a weekly basis.

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About David Wolf

An adviser to corporations and organizations on strategy, communications, and public affairs, David Wolf has been working and living in Beijing since 1995, and now divides his time between China and California. He also serves as a policy and industry analyst focused on innovative and creative industries, a futurist, and an amateur historian.
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3 Responses to Silicon Hutong on the Sinica Podcast

  1. 太谦虚了吧David!

    • David Wolf says:

      我一点不谦虚了!I really felt like a novice walking into that studio, and you guys were great.

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