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Ask a VC in Indonesia: Is East Ventures Early or Crazy? [TCTV]

November 7th, 2010 11:22 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Welcome to part two of Ask a VC in Southeast Asia. This week, it’s Wilson Cuaca and Chandra Tjan of East Ventures. I shot this video in Singapore, but they invest primarily in Indonesia where East is one of the only traditional early stage VC firms.

Over delicious crab, we discuss the Web opportunities in Southeast Asia, whether startups should focus locally or globally, and perhaps the most important and most divisive question: Whether Singapore or Indonesia has the better cuisine. Enjoy.

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