Nan is the CEO and Editor in Chief of AllTechAsia. She is an award-winning journalist with honors from Foreign Press Association in New York and Hong Kong Journalists Association. For years she worked for top-notch media outlets including South China Morning Post and the Wall Street Journal. She co-founded the NetEase Annual Economist Conference (NAEC), a leading economic forum in China. Wu holds a master's degree in Journalism at U.C. Berkeley and is a 2012 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Write to her: nan[at]alltechasia.com
Alex is the managing editor at AllTechAsia. Previously, he worked as a tech editor for Caijing magazine’s website for almost three years. He graduated from Beijing Normal University with a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature. He is interested in gadgets, new technology, cycling, running and hiking. Contact him at: alex[at]alltechasia.com
Kaikai Shi majored in Biotechnology at Zhejiang University. He now runs the Tech Financing column for AllTechAsia. His interests are in new technology and reading. Kai believes that new technology will change the world we live in, and is trying to engage himself in this process. Write to him: kai[at]alltechasia.com
Liu Yi is a writer at AllTechAsia. She has previously worked for startups and investment companies in China. She is passionate about business, entrepreneurship, and technology. Now, she writes about China's tech and startup developments, and about tech financing scene in India. Her personal interests include arts and yoga. Write to her at yi[at]alltechasia.com.
Simon edits for AllTechAsia. He is a published poet and the Editor-in-Chief of the Spittoon Literary Magazine. He has a BA in Literature and taught in China as a Princeton in Asia fellow. Contact him: email@example.com.
Phillip edits for AllTechAsia. He is an educator and freelance photographer. A graduate of Columbia University, he previously worked in the magazine editorial division of Scholastic, Inc. and has taught at several universities in China and Kyrgyzstan via the Princeton in Asia fellowship program. Find his photography at philbaum.com.
Dora oversees social media accounts for AllTechAsia. She holds a BA in Engish Literature and previously worked for Xiaomi as well as several Chinese educational startups. A tech lover, Dora is particularly fascinated by the transformation of smart gadgets in China.
Billy Wei is our columnist from the marketing industry. She has 10 years of work experience, and has worked on different value chains from consumer insight, media monitoring, social media, and digital marketing.
Fang Yuan contributes for AllTechAsia. She is originally from Shanghai and now lives in New York. She is a Certified Passive House Consultant and works on sustainable building consulting. She believes that technology helps people and the environment if it is being used mindfully.
Zeng contributes for AllChinaTech. She has over 16 years of sales and marketing experience across different industries. She is currently working for a leading analytics software company as a senior marketer.
Runmiao Dai is a financial journalist and is from Beijing. She likes to observe changes in our society and writes stories about them. She loves ice-skating, skateboarding, tennis, and almost all other kinds of sports. Follow her on Weibo at http://www.weibo.com/second114
Jing founded her own blog Ministry of Tofu and worked with Los Angeles Times, Greenpeace and LinkAsia. She graduated with a master's degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois.
Sangrae Jo is CEO and Co-founder of Platum. He writes for AllTechKorea, delivering Korean ICT startup news to the Chinese market and, conversely, Chinese ICT trends to Korea. The world he dreams of is where 'people' are considered the most important value. He is trying to achieve that dream one step at a time.
Yohan Son is Editor-In-Chief of Platum and he writes for AllTechKorea. He is the author of 'Startup's Story', a book that deals with the stories of Korea's most popular startups.
Hyunwook Kim is Bureau Chief for the Gyeongnam branch of Platum and he writes for AllTechKorea. He has experience in design and marketing and he is very interested in the rapidly-growing global startups. He aims to vividly convey trends in design, brand value and marketing strategies of startups.
Marco Oh is Principal Researcher at Platum and he writes for AllTechKorea. He graduated from Peking University and has a deep interest in China and startups that are growing rapidly. He has previously worked for Tencent and some IT companies. He believes there are no borders in the startup world and wants to be the bridge that connects Korean startups to the rest of the world.
Seunghee Han is Senior Researcher at Platum and she writes for AllTechKorea. She likes to take a deep dive when researching new stories and loves to learn new things. She is studying and analyzing the current status of domestic and overseas industries.
Stephanie Seo is an editor at Platum and she writes for AllTechKorea. She covers stories on the Korean-startup ecosystem. She wants to witness Korean startups grow and eventually become great global companies.
Margot Jung is an editor at Platum and she writes for AllTechKorea. She not only covers stories on startups, but is also a member of a startup as well. She writes about startup news and IT trends in Korea and China. She does her best to deliver information that can be helpful to entrepreneurs, and writes easy to read articles.
Minjung Kim is a manager of Platum and she writes for AllTechKorea. She wishes to share practical knowledge that is necessary for startups.