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51Fanli.com

51Fanli.com (Shanghai, China)

51Fanli is a leading consumer ecommerce service and lead generation platform in China. The Company provides a suite of consumer applications that help shoppers find reputable online stores and quality products. For consumers, 51Fanli’s services include consumer opinions, vendor ratings, price comparison, rebates, e-coupons, and user reviews. And for ecommerce vendors, 51Fanli brings quality users with proven high sales conversion and retention rates.

56.com

56.com (Guangzhou, China)

56.com (我乐网) is a leading online video sharing website in China. With an experienced management team from Sohu.com and Netease.com, the company has developed an online video sharing and social networking service that allows consumers to easily create, upload, search and share video clips throughout the world. The company also operates a leading photo sharing service in China. 56.com was acquired by Renren (NYSE: RENN) in September, 2011.

Bokecc

Bokecc (Beijing, China)

Bokecc is a leading provider of outsourced IP video hosting and delivery solutions in China. The company provides a cloud-computing based online video delivery platform to tens of thousands of website customers in China and overseas. Through API docking with Bokecc, websites can immediately offer the functions of video play, interstitial video ads, live video, etc., without any hardware, bandwidth or technology development investment.

Cocoa China

Cocoa China (Beijing, China)

Cocoa China is a leading Apple iOs game developer and community in China. The company has published several new successful games including Fishing Joy and Magic Camp. Cocoa China also operates the largest iOs developer community in China. The company has established a marketing and promotion platform to assist these Chinese developers to cross promote and monetize their titles in the global market.

FunPlus

FunPlus (Beijing, China)

FunPlus is a mobile social gaming company that puts fun first for players worldwide. The company's signature game, Family Farm, is enjoyed by over 4 million players each day and growing. Founded in 2010, FunPlus employs over 200 people and is headquartered in Beijing, China, with offices in San Francisco, CA, and Vancouver, Canada.

GoPro

GoPro (San Mateo, CA)

Bridging the worlds of action sports and consumer electronics, GoPro is an exciting technology company which produces the famous HD HERO® line of wearable and gear-mountable cameras and accessories, making it easy for people to capture and share their lives' most exciting moments in high definition. GoPro completed its initial public offering in June, 2014 (NASDAQ:GPRO)

Gridsum

Gridsum (Beijing, China)

Gridsum Technology (国双科技) is a leading provider of web, video, and search analytics solutions in China. Its cloud-based web analytics services help online businesses effectively track, analyze and optimize their Internet marketing campaigns across web sites, search engines, and online video. Developed, optimized and localized for the Chinese market, Gridsum’s products and services can also be easily deployed globally to other major markets.

Netmovie

Netmovie (Beijing, China)

Netmovie (网尚文化) is a leading aggregator and distributor of video on demand (VOD) content into internet cafes, households and mobile devices. The company has developed a proprietary and cost effective end-to-end distribution platform for video content which includes delivery, payments, and customer support. Through their strategic, long-term business partnerships with leading global movie/TV program producers, Netmovie strives to bring high quality and legitimate entertainment content to the China market.

Shangpin

Shangpin (Beijing, China)

Shangpin (尚品网) is a leading social commerce company in China. Working with commercial banks’ credit card marketing organizations, Shangpin.com provides time-limited private sales of premium merchandise and services to an exclusive community of high-end credit card consumers. Also, through its Vansky business, the company operates banks’ ecommerce stores (eShops), selling general merchandise and reaching millions of credit card customers monthly.

Troodon

Troodon (Beijing, China)

Troodon (随手互动) is the leading developer and operator of mobile Massive Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG) in China. The company has developed a unique proprietary client/server platform for rapid development, porting, testing and operation of online games on mobile devices. The company currently operates several mobile MMO Role-Playing Game franchises, which are distributed through a network of mobile service providers.

UUSee

UUSee (Beijing, China)

UUSee (悠视网) is a leading Internet television and interactive video operator in China. Through its partnerships with leading content providers and distributors such as CCTV, Beijing TV, SMG, and CSAT, UUSee provides its audience with a vast library of licensed content including popular television programming, news programs, drama series, sports events, and movies.

Youxigu

Youxigu (Beijing, China)

Youxigu (游戏谷) is a leading browser-based Web Game Developer and Operator in China. Building on the success of their Might & Hero game, the company has developed a pipeline of other Role-Playing and Strategy games. The company also licenses games from third parties to operate on their web game portal. Steamboat sold its stake in Youxigu to Tencent Holdings Ltd. (HKSE: 0700) in March 2010 .

Yoyi

Yoyi (Beijing, China)

Yoyi Media (悠易互通) specializes in online rich-media advertising solutions that effectively and efficiently deliver advertisings to their targeted audience. Yoyi provides both impression-based and performance-based solutions for advertisers and publishers. Yoyi's innovative advertising platforms are used by China's top-ranked websites, as well as by many of the world's most recognizable brands.

YY.com

YY.com (Guangzhou, China)

YY (歪歪) is one of the largest social media platforms in China. The YY Platform (www.yy.com) allows users to communicate in real-time through voice and IM services on PC and mobile devices while engaging in social applications such as online gaming, karaoke, education, etc. The company also manages the leading online game portal in China, Duowan.com. YY completed its initial public offering in November, 2012 (NASDAQ:YY)