Limited resources create innovation…not an abundance.

Innovation already exists in China and has for many centuries. In the context of how it is described here, it will only be a matter of time, when all the C2C (copy to China) is plucked and no longer low-hanging fruit, before it comes in exponential curves. However, the Silicon Valley of China may not be in Beijing or any first tier city but rather in a place where hunger and passion drive the products of imagination not bound to the quick money and enticements of building to sell or building to ipo...but rather building to last. It's going to be fun to partake and fun to watch.

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