Tsinghua University located in a northwestern suburb of Beijing was founded in 1911. After the start of a new specialisation, 1952 with focus on educating engineers the university is today is the most important tech hub for Chinese startups and tech development in general. The combination of the research from the university and the great prospects of receiving funding from the network of Tsinghua Alumni TMT Association has formed a very nutritious growing ground for talent and business ideas. As a result, Tsinghua produced the most startup founders during the past three years in China. Startups with focus on AI, self-driving cars, big data and nuclear energy is only some of the areas that have received investments. Source: South China Morning Post
China’s no1 entrepreneurial tech hub
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