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Andrew Wang

Andrew lives in Singapore and loves to interact with people. He is also a huge fan of Tennis and a die-hard supporter of Roger Federer. Find him on Facebook and Twitter.
"Don't worry about failure, you only have to be RIGHT once." - Drew Houston

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Ask TIA: What’s your favourite startup quote?
Road to Tech in Asia Foosball Tournament 2015!

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Show TIA: Breakout space at your office
Yes. A good chance for Asia-based founders to get access to YC's network.

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
Hopefully the option to work remotely will stay. Otherwise it will be tough for asian startups to apply. According to TC, Sam Altman might kill off the option of working remotely for YCF.http://techcrunch.com/2015/07/...

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
Hopefully the option to work remotely will stay. Otherwise it will be tough for asian startups to apply. According to TC, Sam Altman might kill off the option of working remotely for YCF. http://techcrunch.com/2015/07/20/y-combinator-just-introduced-a-new-program-to-reach-up-to-1000-companies-per-year/

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
Let's get Om Malik to do AMA. How about that?

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Gigaom’s digital media journey – founder Om Malik shares the real story at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015
True. They claimed that they want to help more startups in the idea and prototype stage. Let's see how it goes.

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
They get the first dip of the latest ideas. That's about it. I don't think there's an option to invest at a later round unless the startup is in the actual YC program.http://fellowship.ycombinator....

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
They get the first dip of the latest ideas. That's about it. I don't think there's a option to invest at a later round unless the startup is in the actual YC program. http://fellowship.ycombinator.com/faq/

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YC Fellowship, a lite version of YC program with no equity taken
I like how he approached them one by one. hard work indeed.

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How Pandora’s founder convinced 50 employees to work salary free for 2 years
100 million is indeed a little steep. Let's see the results with Mi5.

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Xiaomi reveals new smartphone sales data, unlikely to hit 2015 target
So excited for what's coming up in Tokyo! Keep it going boys and girls!

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What’s the hard thing about hard things? Ben Horowitz will tell you at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015
大家多多支持啊!

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Tech in Asia Tour arrives in Taipei next and you’re invited!
I don't see a problem with that to be honest. In fact i think it's only right that they do so. Agree with terence that they need to ensure their platform is socially responsible before hell breaks loose.

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Reddit’s censorship sucks, but it’s right to ban the haters
apparently the unpopular puffin decided to be popular.

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Is e27 selling?
No comment about selling or acquiring. But one thing for sure, we are hiring! https://www.techinasia.com/joi...

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Is e27 selling?
Adding on to the list. High Output Management by Andrew S. Grove.

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50 books recommended by 50 global entrepreneurs
"I realised that all I had to do is to view life as a series of trial and error." Agree on that Cheryl. Well written!

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Useful skills to transition into startups from a different career
interested to see their first huge investment!

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Y Combinator moves into late-stage investing?
Perhaps that is not their style. I was secretly hoping apple buy out Spotify. I have no idea how to use my iPod anymore.

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Apple has $194B on the balance sheet