The Philippines is in the midst of a political transformation, and this change is best exemplified by the past month’s social media explosions.
Uber will play ball and get registered in Indonesia. But for Jakarta’s smaller foreign startups, the company’s actions may not serve as the best roadmap.
A couple of weeks back, Reddit announced a change in its content moderation policy. “We will ban subreddits that allow their communities to use the subreddit as...
Indonesian fashion ecommerce enabler Paraplou Group has a site that will compete with MAPeMall and Zalora. But is the local market already sewn up?
A recent article from the Wall Street Journal “Tech Startups Woo Investors With Unconventional Financial Metrics — but Do Numbers Add Up?” is an eye opener. It ...
I don't think Internet.org deserves such knee-jerk reactions and bad publicity in countries like Pakistan.
An "internet for the poor," as some critics have called it, is still far more beneficial than no internet at all.
Smartphones are now a common tool in China, owned by the average Zhou, just like washing machines or rice cookers. Here are 3 things that could happen next.
Indonesia’s startup scene is a teenager. The future is bright, epic valuations haven’t yet blossomed. That’s why now is the perfect time for angels to swoop in.
90 percent of those startups who soared through their series A and series B rounds will not be able to raise series C rounds this year.
Is it a security measure, or is it protectionism? I'm inclined to side with the latter.
Indonesia’s support for entrepreneurship is not up to scratch. Here’s how the government can get serious
Indonesia has many problems that can be solved through entrepreneurship, yet the government’s support for startups is weak. Here’s what it should be doing.
ZTE isn’t tuned in to what consumers have to say – a connection that Xiaomi not only values, but relies on.
Beijing’s mayor just said it’s ‘not a liveable city.’ Here are 5 startup hubs in China that are much nicer
Every major city in China succumbs to pollution on some level, but there are other startup hubs in China to consider.
Do Chinese people save out of fear? Is Asia mostly pessimistic? Or is that an over simplification? A critical look at Peter Thiel’s latest book, Zero to One.