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China Night @ Google I/O

  • May 14, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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This is a special event with international visitors for Google IO .

 

This event is co-hosted with:

China Startup inncubator Association

Blue Angel Group

Grassroots Angel Group

 

===Agenda===

6:30pm-7: 00pm       Food and Networking

7:00pm-7: 10pm       Host Opening

7:10pm-7: 35pm

Speaker1: Edith Yeung (Founding partner at Right Ventures)

Topic: "Go to China Strategy for US Developers"

7:35pm-8: 00pm

Speaker 2: Sunny Zhang (Investment director of Songhe VC, China)

Topic: " Investing and Launching Technology Startups in China - Key Highlights"

8:00pm- 8: 25pm      Tea Talk: Jun Tian

8:25pm-8: 30pm       Closing & Networking

 

===Details===


Edith Yeung

Edith is a founding partner at RightVentures focusing on mobile and consumer internet companies. She runs corporate strategy for Dolphin Browser, a Sequioa-backed mobile browser with over 80 million installs on Android/iOS. Edith also founded BizTechDay and SFentrepreneur.

Prior, Edith worked with companies including AT&T Wireless, Oracle, Siebel, Autodesk, Telstra, etc. She frequently speaks on mobile, women and international entrepreneurship.

Sunny Zhang

As one of the early developers of Internet in China, Sunny Cheung was in charge of ChinaNet core network development in 1995. He founded ‘Window of Shenzhen”, the first Internet website, as well as the first BBS “SZBBS”, in China. Mr. Cheung has over 20 years experience in telecommunication, internet, and venture capital industry.In 2000, he set up CNNS, an internet security firm. Newsweek had news coverage on this firm, especially its key IT team members, who used to be China top Hackers. Mr. Cheung had been involved in the set up of a new media and mobile internet project until 2008, and this company has raised financing from IDG, one of the top venture capital in China.

He invested in Nashine, an artificial intelligence R&D company, in 2011 and has been intensely involved in this project since then. In 2013, Mr. Cheung has set up Autotiming Inc and became its CEO, to promote Nashine technology’s application in captioning synchronization & video search globally.

Tea Talk:

We will serve YunNan Pu'er Tea &Black Tea for this special event.

 

Yunnan Pu'er tea is a famous tea produced in Yunnan that has a reputation spanning the ages and all across the world.


Pu’er tea is made from the fresh leaves of high-quality, large-leaved tea plant species in Yunnan and, it may be classified as either spring tea, summer tea or autumn tea according to its specifications. The spring teas can also be divided into three levels, including teas made in “the early spring”, “the middle spring” and “the late spring”; the summer tea is also called “Ershui” and the autumn tea is also called “Guhua”.

Some studies have shown that pu'er may lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure and increase metabolism. Pu'er is occasionally touted as a 'diet tea,' but like all teas, we should not consume it as a magical weight loss tool, but rather as an enjoyable part of a healthy diet.


Black tea, known in China as red tea, is the most common product produced by our favoriteCamellia sinensis plant.   It’s the most consume type of tea in the world; however, it is the least popular style in China.  The quality range is also greater than any other tea grown.  It is theChinese black tea that is known for its highest quality compared to the other mechanically harvested and grown in places like India, Sri Lanka and Kenya.

There is a lot of debate among tea scholars as to when black tea was actually invented.  But everyone definitely agrees that tea appeared in the Chinese market by the 16th century.  Obviously for that to happen, the origin of tea production had to have gone back farther.

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  • Ajay Pal S.

    Anyone going back to Fremont or Hayward?

    May 14, 2013

    • Ajay Pal S.

      Hey it was really nice to meet u all. Got to know quite a lot about china

      May 15, 2013

    • Hanx

      Nice meeting you Ajay, thanks for coming!

      May 17, 2013

  • Ajay Pal S.

    It was good to be there. I am new in bay area, building open platform for elder care. Anyone in healthcare /eldercare segments? Would love to chat

    May 15, 2013

  • Alan C.

    Nice opportunity to hear from experts on doing business in China

    May 14, 2013

    • Jun T.

      Thanks for coming to the event!Please watch for more events from Silicon Valley Tea House! We will continue to introduce more such experts.
      Like · just now

      May 15, 2013

  • Hanx

    I will be co-hosting this event, and look forward to an interesting and eventful China Night!

    May 13, 2013

  • Mitch K.

    I am a marketing and sales consultant helping Chinese companies bring their products to the US

    May 13, 2013

  • Alan C.

    Building global connections for CustomCollegeVisits.com

    May 13, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi, is there a ride for me to get there ?

    May 5, 2013

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