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Why a derelict rural shop accepts WeChat & Alipay

I stopped my car to walk into this small grocery shop near the roadside to buy some bottled water. This was in the countryside...

Overlooked enabler of China’s last mile logistics success

What  are the biggest enablers of China’s ecommerce and O2O boom? Capital, technology, (huge) consumer base, rising consumption power, and (relatively) cheap labour? Well, they...

Chat bots & AI – Part 2: who will own the future

Who will own the future of intelligent chat bots? On one hand, there are internet giants such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Alibaba and Tencent. These...

Twitter’s problem is not 140 vs. 280, but failure to expand horizontally

Big news that Twitter is experimenting expanding size limit of each tweet from 140 characters to 280 characters. This is entirely missing the point Twitter’s problem...

Clash of the titans in Thailand’s ecommerce scene

  Last year, Thailand witnessed the entry and subsequent overhype of 11street – a company owned and invested by South Korean telecommunications giant SK Telecom....

Southeast Asia’s ecommerce logistic headache: finally resolved?

Whilst catching up with some friends running e-commerce businesses in the Philippines, we chatted about changes in the logistics - for a long time...

Making insurance cool again!

There were a few times when i went to a gathering introduced myself as from the insurance industry, people would give me a sympathetic...

Alipay is NOT launching a digital wallet in Singapore soon

Many friends living in Singapore noticed this news today on both The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/alipay-inks-deal-to-expand-cashless-payment-acceptance-points-in-singapore http://www.zaobao.com.sg/sme/news/story20170823-789329 According to the reporting (especially that on...

The real story behind the Didi-Uber merger in China

When news broke out that Didi is merging with Uber in China, many believe this is another case study of an ambitious foreign internet...

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