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Yo!    In this episode I welcome back the VERY FIRST guest of the Tech in Shanghai podcast, and CEO of KAWO, Mr. Alex Duncan.   A LOT has happened in China over the past three years since I first spoke with Alex, especially in the technology industry.    In this show, Alex and I go deep on the positive and negative consequences of China’s rise as a tech superpower, and what it means for the rest of the world and the environment of the planet.   We also discuss how things have changed on the personal side. Change in China is rapid, and often extreme, and so living and working here requires constant adjustments and adaptations, which can sometimes be challenging. We both share our opinions on how our lives and motivations for remaining in China have changed during the last 3 years, what keeps us here, and how we’ve adapted to continue to get the most out of the amazing story that's unfolding here.   Enjoy!     For more from KAWO:   TWITTER: www.twitter.com/kawo WEBSITE: www.kawo.com     For more from Tech in Shanghai: WEBSITE: www.techinshanghai.com TWITTER: www.twitter.com/techinshanghai YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/channel/UC4v9ftNF2AFDAOze0uhNrzw WECHAT: The HungryFoolish
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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

The Tech in Shanghai podcast (@techinshanghai) is a new show which tells the story of what's happening on the ground in the Shanghai/China technology and start-up scene, through the eyes of the people making it all happen. We keep it casual, letting the various founders, CEO's and MD's tell their version of what it's like to to be involved in the scene of one of the most dynamic and fast growing markets in the world. We hope you'll join us as we follow this amazing story and speak to some fantastic and inspiring people along the way!
English
United States
35 episodes
since Oct, 2014
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