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Hacker Camp Shenzhen Day 1: Surviving Shenzhen, Chinese Lesson, Market

Posted on Thursday, April 24th, 2014 in Hacker Camp Shenzhen, Shenzhen by DP

By ian

Ian @ Dangerous Prototypes discusses survival in Shenzhen and Huaqiangbei Electronics Market etiquette, Jin @ FlyLin gives a short Chinese lesson. Morning discussions from Hacker Camp Shenzhen 2014, Thursday April 3rd.

Presentations, pictures, and overview here.

Via Hacker Camp Shenzhen mini-site: Hacker Camp Shenzhen Day 1: Surviving Shenzhen, Chinese Lesson, Market

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One Response to “Hacker Camp Shenzhen Day 1: Surviving Shenzhen, Chinese Lesson, Market”

  1. Norman says:

    Great presentation, very usefull and entertaining
    thanks for the video

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