Quora on Tech in Asia


Just some of the TechinAsia team, at a recent event in Jakarta.

Our team at Tech in Asia has grown fast over the past year, with writers and contributors all across Asia delivering insights about technology and startups from the region. For us, there is no office and no printing press, no whiteboards and no J. Jonah Jamieson [1]. Our virtual newsroom spans a number of countries, always on the lookout for new ways to communicate what’s happening in the Asia tech scene.

And in keeping with that mission, we’re really excited to be able to work with Quora to bring more Asia-related content to global audiences. Quora is a host to expert opinions about many of the very same topics and themes upon which we focus, and we look forward to highlighting some of those on Tech in Asia.

The first of these posts comes from Grant Prigge, who gave a great overview of some of the challenges that come with operating a startup in China. If you’re a startup with eyes on mainland China, give it a read.

If you happen to be a Quora user, don’t hesitate to give us a heads up at editors@techinasia.com if you see posts about technology and startups in Asia that you think might interest our readership. We won’t republish without the permission of both the author and Quora itself. Indeed, we’re working closely with Quora to bring only the most relevant, hand-picked content.

We’re delighted to be the first Asia-based news outlet to work with Quora in this way, and we’re really looking forward to seeing where this goes!

Note: This is cross-posted on Quora’s official blog.

  1. You know, the hard-nosed fictional editor-in-chief of the Daily Bugle.  ↩

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