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Inside China, Tencent is everything it must be: historically aggressive, unhesitant to copy others’ work, and very close to the government and its attendant propagandists.But outside China, Tencent will have to simultaneously engage with a world that doesn’t take kindly to any of that. For every

Inside China, Tencent is everything it must be: historically aggressive, unhesitant to copy others’ work, and very close to the government and its attendant propagandists.But outside China, Tencent will have to simultaneously engage with a world that doesn’t take kindly to any of that. For every $1 the average Chinese senior software engineer earns, Pony Ma has $360,959 in wealth. For every $1 the average American senior software engineer earns, Mark Zuckerberg has $302,975 in wealth.“Chinese companies are much more innovative [than U. companies] in integrating social media, gaming, and e-commerce to make an amazing user experience,” says Sun Baohong, associate dean of global programs at Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

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Inside China, Tencent is everything it must be: historically aggressive, unhesitant to copy others’ work, and very close to the government and its attendant propagandists.

But outside China, Tencent will have to simultaneously engage with a world that doesn’t take kindly to any of that. For every $1 the average Chinese senior software engineer earns, Pony Ma has $360,959 in wealth. For every $1 the average American senior software engineer earns, Mark Zuckerberg has $302,975 in wealth.

“Chinese companies are much more innovative [than U. companies] in integrating social media, gaming, and e-commerce to make an amazing user experience,” says Sun Baohong, associate dean of global programs at Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

True, Chinese Internet companies have some inherent advantages: Facebook is banned in the country, and Google retreated from it.

It keeps adding new functions at a fast clip, such as a new Uber-like taxi finder that was used 21 million times in the first few weeks. Tencent has already started exploring international markets beyond China’s borders, with notable success in Southeast Asia and India.

It has funded a number of small American startups and acquired or taken stakes in big gaming companies, while recasting its popular app for an international audience.

It’s a conclave of business leaders and IT experts convened to discuss technology and the future, and he appeared as a clean-cut guy in a shiny gray suit.

“When I was little,” he told the crowd in a message captured on video, “I wanted to be an astronomer, but that didn’t happen.”This trope–tech billionaire as aspiring space cadet–is a recurring one: Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk share a similar passion.

the average Chinese senior software engineer earns, Pony Ma has 0,959 in wealth. For every

Inside China, Tencent is everything it must be: historically aggressive, unhesitant to copy others’ work, and very close to the government and its attendant propagandists.But outside China, Tencent will have to simultaneously engage with a world that doesn’t take kindly to any of that. For every $1 the average Chinese senior software engineer earns, Pony Ma has $360,959 in wealth. For every $1 the average American senior software engineer earns, Mark Zuckerberg has $302,975 in wealth.“Chinese companies are much more innovative [than U. companies] in integrating social media, gaming, and e-commerce to make an amazing user experience,” says Sun Baohong, associate dean of global programs at Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

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Inside China, Tencent is everything it must be: historically aggressive, unhesitant to copy others’ work, and very close to the government and its attendant propagandists.

But outside China, Tencent will have to simultaneously engage with a world that doesn’t take kindly to any of that. For every $1 the average Chinese senior software engineer earns, Pony Ma has $360,959 in wealth. For every $1 the average American senior software engineer earns, Mark Zuckerberg has $302,975 in wealth.

“Chinese companies are much more innovative [than U. companies] in integrating social media, gaming, and e-commerce to make an amazing user experience,” says Sun Baohong, associate dean of global programs at Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

True, Chinese Internet companies have some inherent advantages: Facebook is banned in the country, and Google retreated from it.

It keeps adding new functions at a fast clip, such as a new Uber-like taxi finder that was used 21 million times in the first few weeks. Tencent has already started exploring international markets beyond China’s borders, with notable success in Southeast Asia and India.

It has funded a number of small American startups and acquired or taken stakes in big gaming companies, while recasting its popular app for an international audience.

It’s a conclave of business leaders and IT experts convened to discuss technology and the future, and he appeared as a clean-cut guy in a shiny gray suit.

“When I was little,” he told the crowd in a message captured on video, “I wanted to be an astronomer, but that didn’t happen.”This trope–tech billionaire as aspiring space cadet–is a recurring one: Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk share a similar passion.

the average American senior software engineer earns, Mark Zuckerberg has 2,975 in wealth.“Chinese companies are much more innovative [than U. companies] in integrating social media, gaming, and e-commerce to make an amazing user experience,” says Sun Baohong, associate dean of global programs at Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.

My PR host snaps, as if I have been looking through some top-secret documents: “That is only for internal consumption!

Nearby, an i Pad displays stats on the company’s messaging services. “It’s just for show.”I’m here for a “tour” of the company, but am only allowed entrance to a museum-like exhibit of Tencent products.

But when I pull out a notebook and start jotting down the numbers, the receptionist waves her hand. The experience feels like a throwback to the tightly controlled Communist Party–sponsored trips reporters went on back in the 1980s, before the country really started opening up to the outside world.

”Tencent founder Pony Ma is the richest man in China, worth some billion, but he may be the least known multibillionaire in the tech world.

The one attribute seemingly sanctioned for public consumption–and therefore, the one heard over and over–is that he is a “computer geek.” His personal life is a mystery.

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