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Spain's MenteLista is tapping into the US$63-billion English language education market by teaching children to learn the natural way in 10-minute sessions every day.

A mobile platform that combines online medical counseling with offline clinical services to address mother-and-child healthcare concerns.

Aimed at users in smaller Chinese cities, this startup relieves parental concerns about child safety in kindergarten and helps classrooms go digital.

In a country of rote learning, Sharkpark makes science and mathematics fun and engaging for kids through a combination of online-offline classes and hands-on kits.

China’s largest online parenting community Babytree is the first to identify the core needs of (new) mothers: gain parenting knowledge, socialize, record and share, shopping.

By boosting informatization at Chinese state schools using cloud-based platforms, Xuele in turn enhances teaching/learning so students won’t need extra tuition, lessening their load.

Powered by analytics, this homework app relieves teachers from setting/marking homework while analyzing individual progress, so teachers can deliver more personalized, productive teaching.

Thanks to Beile’s integrated online-offline education system, Chinese children can get an American education and perfect their English from young, without having to go abroad.

Dianjing was founded by several listed companies in 2015.

Toutoushidao Capital was co-founded in 2015 by Cao Guoxiong, partner of Matrix Partners China, and Wu Xiaobo, a well-known financial writer. Mainly targeting the culture and entertainment sectors, it had planned to invest RMB 2bn–RMB 3bn in the next three years.

Lei Ming graduated from Peking University (PKU) with a master's degree in Computer Science. While at university, he was a member of the PKU Sky Network search engine program. In 2000, Lei became one of the seven founding members of Baidu, where he led the search engine design and development team. Lei received his MBA from Stanford Business School in 2003. In 2005, he returned to China and started Kuwo Music, now one of the largest music platforms in China. As an angel investor, Lei focuses on the sectors of AI, consumption, education, medical services and entertainment.

GF Qianhe is an equity investment company launched by GF Securities in May 2012. Incorporated as Guangfa Qianhe Investments Co Ltd, with a registered capital of RMB 500m, the company was one of the earliest alternative investment companies to gain approval from the Securities Commission of China. As of late 2018, GF Qianhe has invested in 86 equity-related projects, among which four have gone public. By the end of 2014, its total investment value reached almost RMB 2bn and revenues of over RMB 340m.

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