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Hike Capital was founded in December 2015 by Mark Yang, the founder of and, and Anna Xu, former general manager of the mobile internet department at NetEase and founder of the NetEase News app. The firm invests mainly in early-stage startups in the technological innovation, transaction platform, entertainment and lifestyle fields.

Guo Changzhen worked at news portal NetEase, responsible for developing NetEase Mailbox and Youdao Dictionary, before co-founding online tutoring platform Fenbi, the predecessor of Yuanfudao, in April 2014. Guo is now the technology director of Yuanfudao. He also founded the dating app Izhuanjiao.

Former NetEase news deputy editor.  

Former NetEase video chief.       

Lei Xiaoliang is a product veteran and the former product manager of Netease. He became an entrepreneur, co-founding social networking app Momo in 2011, through the invitation of Momo founder Tang Yan (who was chief editor at Netease then).  Lei first headed product development at Momo, and has been the co-president of Momo since June 2014. He currently heads its game business.

Shuai Ke graduated from Jiangsu University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Insurance. Upon graduation, he joined Colgate to work in marketing and sales. Two years later, he joined news portal NetEase. In April 2014, he resigned from the post of editor-in-chief for the tech channel at NetEase and co-founded Fenbi, the predecessor of Yuanfudao. 

Born in 1973, Li graduated from the School of Philosophy at Renmin University of China in 1997. After graduating, he worked as an IT journalist for China Youth Daily, where he interviewed tech giants such as Jack Ma. In early 2003, Li became chief editor of the IT section of web portal Sohu and then joined web portal NetEase as chief editor of its IT section later that year. In 2005, he resigned from NetEase and founded gaming portal Duowan. In 2008, Li founded YY Inc., a live streaming social media platform that went public on Nasdaq in 2012.

Former deputy editor-in-chief at NetEase, Chen Mengcang also held media positions at 21CN, World Herald, International Herald Leader and Phoenix Weekly.  

Li Xin had worked as the general manager of marketing at news portal NetEase before co-founding Fenbi, the predecessor of Yuanfudao, in April 2014. He is now the VP of Yuanfudao.

Co-founder of VUE Vlog, Yang Tao majored in Computer Science in Peking University. After a period of internship in Microsoft, he joined NetEase in 2009. However, in NetEase, the products that he was in charge of were marginalized. In 2011, he joined Wandoujia where he was first put in a cloud system project, then became the key developer of Wandoujia App Search and the Photo Sync Project. In 2014, he was promoted to be an engineer manager. He joined VUE as co-founder in 2016. 

Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism at the Renmin University of China, Li Yong has worked for various publications like Workers Daily, Finance and Economics Magazine, Southern Weekly and Global Entrepreneur.In April 2012, he resigned as the president of portal business at news portal NetEase to establish an online tutoring platform Fenbi, the predecessor of Yuanfudao. He is currently the CEO at Yuanfudao.Before starting his own business, Li had invested in Tinder-style dating app Momo and business media Huxiu.

From Hunan to Beijing, in 17 years Tang Yan has transformed from being a riotous youth from a working-class family to the CEO of Momo, China’s top social networking app worth US$7.9 billion.Prior to founding Momo Technology, he was the chief editor of Netease from 2003 to 2011.Tang is now the CEO and chairman of Momo. He was named by Fortune magazine to its “40 Under 40” list of the most powerful business elites under the age of 40 in October 2014.

Founder and CEO of Tiger Brokers. Wu Tianhua received his B.S. & M.S in Computer Science from Tsinghua University. Later, he co-founded Youdao, a new online education startup under the Nasdaq-listed NetEase group. By the time he left, Youdao’s user base had grown to the hundreds of millions. Wu had begun to familiarize himself with investing when he was an undergraduate and started to invest in the US stock market around 2010. Investing in the US stock market was very complicated then and in 2014, he decided to build his own service to make investing easier.

Co-founder of VUE Vlog, Li Zaolu graduated from Beijing University of Technology in computer science although she was more interested in business management. Upon graduation, she worked in business development for Nokia, NetEase and Wandoujia. She was one of the founding partners of NetEase's Youdao dictionary. In Wandoujia, she led the business development team to bring in new users.  Some 700,000 new users started to use the app everyday compared to only 10,000 a day when she started. From 2014 to 2015, Wandoujia's business share was taken by tech giants. In 2016, Li Zaolu left Wandoujia and co-founded VUE.

Co-founder and CEO of VUE Vlog, Kuang Fei was so intrigued by design when he was studying electronics and communication engineering at the Harbin Institute of Technology that he spent most of his time doing part-time designing jobs. Upon graduation, he started his designing career at NetEase in 2007. However his career veered towards product management when, a year later, he joined Tencent in Allen Zhang's team (the team that later designed WeChat). In 2012, Kuang joined a startup, an Android app store called Wandoujia as Chief Product Officer. In late 2015, he left Wandoujia and, in 2016, started VUE with two colleagues, an app that both fits his interest in designing and experience in product.

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