SILICON DRAGON NEWS                                           Week -  June 27, 2016


July 26-27

Gold Room  Hollywood
Meets China
Meets Tech

- Hollywood execs
- US-China Dealmakers
- VCs/ Angels
- Founders
- Tech CEOs
- Entertainment Innovators 

William Pfeiffer Dragongate
Christina Chou
Creative Artists Agency
Max Epstein
DMG Entertainment
Henry Hsiao
Bennett Pozil
East West Bank
Elizabeth Dell
Producers Guild
Catherine Marcus
Jinjian Huang
Nixon Peabody
Peggie Li
Disney Interactive
Peter Dempsey
Wanda Studios

Convention Center

July 26, 6 - 7:30pm
VIP reception
(Gold Room)

July 27, 8am - Noon
Main Program
Thanks to
Silicon Dragon
LA Sponsors

* East West Bank
* Nixon Peabody
* Sotheby's
* Pasadena Economic Development








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Nazar Yasin, Michael Loeb

Nazar Yasin of Rise Capital, Michael Loeb of Loeb Enterprises



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Silicon Dragon NY 2016
Tech Chat: LeEco

Eric Mika, Senior VP, at LeEco, chats with Rebecca Fannin about how this leading Chinese tech company is getting ahead with innovative, connected content that is streaming on TVs, smartphones, electric cars and screens of all kinds. 
It's meant for the always-on millennial generation, and is heading to the U.S. before the end of this year.

Silicon Dragon NY 2016
Tech Chat: Perfect Corp.
Alice Chang, CEO, Perfect Corp., chats with Ying-Ying Lu of Silicon Dragon about how her mobile app is helping women to apply makeup more beautifully.   


Silicon Dragon NY Pitch 2016pitches

Read About the Contest

and all 19 pitches here.


pitch Panda Corner

pitch BioCellection 
Brian Cohen, Jim Robinson



See Videos of the

Winnng Pitches Here:


Panda Corner



Thanks to our judges:

Brian Cohen, NY Angels
Jim Robinson, RRE Ventures





Thanks to the Overseas Talent Entrepreneurship Center in Beijing's Chaoyang District



Tencent - Supercell
Tencent stretches to Finland with its biggest acquisition yet - $8.6 billion.

SAIF Partners has put $3.5 million in funding into FarEye, a New Delhi-based workforce management platform that helps e-commerce companies run their logistics more efficiently.

Legend Capital is among the investors in the $26 million round of Kaola FM, an audio program network run by China's AutoRadio Group.

Urwork, a China-based co-working space operator, has raised $46 million from investors including the Chinese commercial property developer Yintai Land and Zhongrong International Trust Co.

IDG has led a $60 million round for Circle, a Boston-based fintech startup seeking to build a blockchain-supported P2P payments system in China. Other investors include Breyer Capital, search engine Baidu, Everbright Investments, and Creditease.