Letter From Shenzhen

Chinese tech isn’t an imitation of its American counterpart. It’s a completely different universe.

Logic Magazine
Oct 9 · 9 min read

By Xiaowei R. Wang

山寨 (Shanzhai) translated directly means mountain stronghold, and that’s where my journey appropriately begins. I’m in a small town in Guizhou, one of the poorest provinces in China, where the GDP per capita is the lowest…

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