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  1. Spanish Decorative Ironwork by Luis Labarta
  2. Decorative Iron and Metalwork by R. Goodwin-Smith
  3. 1920s Fashions from B. Altman & Company by Altman & Co.
  4. "Precious Stones by Vol. 1" by Max Bauer
  5. Old-Time Men and Women Vignettes in Full Color by Carol Belanger Grafton
  6. The Book of Diamonds by Joan Y. Dickinson
  7. Decorative Antique Ironwork by Henry R. d’Allemagne
  8. Those Were the Days: Weird and Wacky Ads of Yesteryear by Floyd Clymer
  9. A Short History of Costume & Armour by Francis M. Kelly
  10. The History of Underclothes by C. Willett Cunnington
  11. Iron Horses by E. P. Alexander
  12. Early American Decorating Techniques by Mariette Paine Slayton
  13. "Ancient Egyptian by Mesopotamian & Persian Costume" by Mary G. Houston
  14. Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century by Mitchell Co.
  15. American Silversmiths and Their Marks by Stephen G. C. Ensko
  16. Ornamental Ironwork by A. Durenne
  17. The Corset and the Crinoline by W. B. Lord
  18. Ancient Carpenters' Tools by Henry C. Mercer
  19. Victorian Fashion in America by Kristina Harris
  20. Full-Color Sourcebook of French Fashion by Pauquet Frères
  21. Rings for the Finger by George Frederick Kunz
  22. Whitman Encyclopedia of U.S. Paper Money by Q. David Bowers
  23. Making Costume Jewelry: An Easy & Complete Step by Step Guide by Janet Evans
  24. Old Car Detective by Bill Sherk
  25. Bicycles by Archibald Sharp
  26. Early Motorcycles by Victor W. Page
  27. 80 Godey's Full-Color Fashion Plates by JoAnne Olian
  28. The Art Nouveau Style by Stephan Tschudi Madsen
  29. Western World Costume by Carolyn G. Bradley
  30. Everyday Fashions of the Twenties by Stella Blum
  31. "Victorian Fashions and Costumes from Harper's Bazar by 1867-1898" by Stella Blum
  32. "Victorian and Edwardian Fashions from ""La Mode Illustrée""" by JoAnne Olian
  33. Chinese Domestic Furniture in Photographs and Measured Drawings by Gustav Ecke
  34. Art Deco Decorative Ironwork by Henri Clouzot
  35. Pictorial Encyclopedia of Historic Costume by Albert Kretschmer
  36. Children's Fashions 1900-1950 As Pictured in Sears Catalogs by JoAnne Olian
  37. Chinese Snuff Bottles by Lilla S. Perry
  38. 305 Authentic Art Nouveau Jewelry Designs by Maurice Dufrène
  39. The Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor by Darcy Lever
  40. Art Nouveau Decorative Ironwork by Theodore Menten
  41. Aviation Firsts by Joshua Stoff
  42. Victorian Fashions by Carol Belanger Grafton
  43. Authentic Art Deco Jewelry Designs by Franco Deboni
  44. Picture History of World War II American Aircraft Production by Joshua Stoff
  45. Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement by Suzi Parron; Donna Sue Groves
  46. Japanese Things by Basil Hall Chamberlain
  47. Collecting Toy Soldiers in the 21st Century by James Opie
  48. "The Watch Jobber's Handybook - A Practical Manual on Cleaning by Repairing and Adjusting: Embracing Information on the Tools by Materials Appliances and Processes Employed in Watchwork" by Paul N. Hasluck
  49. Japanese Costume & Makers by Helen Minnich
  50. Sword Beach by Tim Kilvert-Jones
  51. Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World by G. H. Baillie
  52. Japanese & Oriental Ceramic by Hazel H. Gorham
  53. The Inner Workings of a Watch - A Simple Guide for Enthusiasts of Clockwork Mechanisms by Anon
  54. Batik Art & Craft by Ila Keller
  55. Arts of Japan by Hugo Munsterberg
  56. Smoke Rings and Roundelays - Pipes and Tobacco by Wilfred Partington
  57. Secrets of an Art Dealer by James Henry Duveen
  58. The Bells of Russia by Edward V. Williams
  59. "Watch Repairing by Cleaning and Adjusting - A Practical Handbook" by F. J. Garrard
  60. Ningyo by Alan Scott Pate
  61. Illustrated Handbook of Western European Costume by Iris Brooke
  62. The Arts of the Sailor by Hervey Garrett Smith
  63. The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide by George Hepplewhite
  64. Antiques on the Cheap by James W. McKenzie
  65. Everyday Fashions of the Fifties As Pictured in Sears Catalogs by JoAnne Olian
  66. How We Invented the Airplane by Orville Wright
  67. A History of Costume by Carl Köhler
  68. Abraham Lincoln: Beyond the Icon by Fred Reed
  69. Guns on the Early Frontiers by Carl P. Russell
  70. Classic Wicker Furniture by Heywood Brothers
  71. Victorian Architectural Sheet-Metal Ornaments by Bakewell
  72. Badges and Uniforms of the Royal Air Force by Malcolm Hobart
  73. Trades and Crafts of Old Japan by Eric A. Kaemmerer
  74. "Armoured Warfare in Northwest Europe by 1944–45" by Anthony Tucker-Jones
  75. "Blood by Bilge and Iron Balls" by Alan Abbey
  76. "British Army by 2008–2009" by Charles Heyman
  77. Boesinghe by Stephen McGreal
  78. Painted Fans of Japan by Reiko Chiba
  79. "Illustrated Mission Furniture Catalog by 1912-13" by Come-Packt Furniture Co.
  80. Costume Through the Ages by Erhard Klepper
  81. Decorative French Ironwork Designs by Louis Blanc
  82. The Book of the Pearl by George Frederick Kunz
  83. Transatlantic Flight by Joshua Stoff
  84. Turn-of-the-Century Farm Tools and Implements by Henderson & Co.
  85. The Mode in Hats and Headdress by R. Turner Wilcox
  86. Victorian and Edwardian Fashion by Alison Gernsheim
  87. Treasury of Ironwork Designs by Carol Belanger Grafton
  88. Old-Time Children Vignettes in Full Color by Carol Belanger Grafton
  89. English Children's Costume 1775-1920 by Iris Brooke
  90. Illustrated Encyclopedia of World Railway Locomotives by P. Ransome-Wallis
  91. Making Authentic Pennsylvania Dutch Furniture by John G. Shea
  92. A Guide Book of United States Coins 2015 by R.S. Yeoman
  93. Corrosion and Conservation of Cultural Heritage Metallic Artefacts by "Dillmann by P; Watkinson by D; Angelini by E; Adriaens by A"
  94. Balinese Masks by Judy Slattum
  95. Collecting: An Unruly Passion by Werner Muensterberger
  96. Nyonya Kebaya by Datin Seri
  97. China Home by Michael Freeman
  98. Things Chinese by Ronald G. Knapp
  99. African Pottery Roulettes Past and Present by Anne Haour
  100. Collecting Japanese Antiques by Alistair Seton
  101. An Introduction to Tudor and Elizabethan Styles of Furniture by Arthur De Bles
  102. Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins 1795-1934 by Jeff Garrett
  103. Surviving Examples of Early Plate Armour (1300-1430) by Douglas Strong
  104. 100 Greatest American Currency Notes by Q. David Bowers
  105. Obsolete Paper Money Issued by Banks in the United States 1782-1866 by Q. David Bowers
  106. Numismatic Art in America by Cornelius Vermeule
  107. A Guide Book of United States Paper Money by Arthur L. Friedberg
  108. American Gold and Platinum Eagles by Edmund C. Moy
  109. Suggestions For The Cleaning And Management Of Percussion Arms by George Lovell
  110. The Pocket Watch - The History and Stories Surrounding the First Pocket Watches by Anon
  111. "French Provincial Furniture And Accessories - For Interiors And Gardens - Lamps by Clocks by Faience by Porcelain by Tole And Other Metalwork by Garden Fountains by Sculptures And Other Ornaments" by Renee Guibal
  112. Treasures Of Canada by Alan Samuel
  113. Practical Watch Repairing by Donald De Carle
  114. A Guide Book of Lincoln Cents by Q David Bowers
  115. A Guide Book of Double Eagle Gold Coins by Q. David Bowers
  116. History of the United States Mint and Its Coinage by David W. Lange
  117. Grading Coins by Photographs by Q. David Bowers
  118. Coin Collecting: A Beginners Guide to the World of Coins by Kenneth Bressett
  119. "America's Money by America's Story" by Richard Doty
  120. Money and Exchange in Canada to 1900 by A.B. McCullough
  121. Toons in Toyland by Tim Hollis
  122. Victorian Jewellery by Margaret Flower
  123. Art Glass Nouveau by Ray Grover; Lee Grover
  124. British Clocks And Clockmakers by Kenneth Ullyett
  125. The Coronation Chair and Stone of Scone by Warwick Rodwell
  126. Guns of the Old West by Charles Edward Chapel
  127. Arts of China by "Hugo Munsterberg by Ph.D."
  128. A Guide Book of United States Coins 2014 by R.S.Yeoman
  129. "The Furniture of John Shearer by 1790-1820" by Elizabeth A. Davison
  130. Gallery of Late-Seventeenth-Century Costume by Caspar Luyken
  131. Ancient European Costume and Fashion by Herbert Norris
  132. A Guide Book of United States Paper Money by Arthur L. Friedberg
  133. A Guide Book of Flying Eagle and Indian Head Cents by Richard Snow
  134. A Guide Book of the Official Red Book of United States Coin by Frank J. Colletti
  135. American Gold and Platinum Eagles by Edmund C. Moy
  136. 100 Greatest U.S. Modern Coins by Scott Schechter
  137. Suggestions For The Cleaning And Management Of Percussion Arms by George Lovell
  138. Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins 1795-1934 by Jeff Garrett
  139. Surviving Examples of Early Plate Armour (1300-1430) by Douglas Strong
  140. "Interesting Details on Antique American Furniture - Notes on Carving by Legs by Fittings and Upholstery" by Edgar G. Miller
  141. Art Work In Gold In Silver by Henry B. Wheatley
  142. Curiosities of the Mechanical Details in Watches by Anon
  143. Pictures From a Distant Country by Richard Doty
  144. Money and Exchange in Canada to 1900 by A.B. McCullough
  145. Snuff - Yesterday And Today by C. W. Shepherd
  146. Furniture of the Renaissance to the Baroque - A Treatise on the Furniture from Around Europe in this Period by Peter Philp
  147. Amulets by Flinders Petrie
  148. The Preservation of Leather Bookbindings by H. J. Plenderleith
  149. Automotive Milestones by Robert L. Norton
  150. Preserving History by Julie Hendricksen
  151. The Masterpieces of Thomas Chippendale - A Short Biography and His Famous Catalogue by Arthur Hayden
  152. "Catalogue of Rare Old Violins by Violas And Violoncellos - Also Bows of Rare Makes" by Anon
  153. "Antique Clock Dials by Hands by and Corner Pieces from Long Case and Lantern Clocks" by Anon
  154. Fabulous Finds by J. Lee Drexler; James R. Cohen
  155. Popular Gemology by Richard M. Pearl
  156. Manuscript Miscellanies in Early Modern England by Joshua Eckhardt; Daniel Starza Smith
  157. "Beautiful Examples of American Antique Sideboards and Kitchen Furniture - Including Sideboards from Hepplewhite by Sheraton and in the Empire Style" by Edgar J. Miller
  158. "American Military Shoulder Arms by Volume III" by George D. Moller
  159. Clock Cleaning and Repairing - With a Chapter on Adding Quarter-Chimes to a Grandfather Clock by Bernard E. Jones
  160. Whitman Encyclopedia of Obsolete Paper Money by Q. David Bowers
  161. "The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coins by Professional Edition" by R.S. Yeoman
  162. United States Gold Counterfeit Detection Guide by Bill Favaz
  163. A Guide Book of Buffalo and Jefferson Nickels by Q. David Bowers
  164. The Art of Duelling by A Traveller
  165. History of the United States Mint and Its Coinage by David W. Lange
  166. Grading Coins by Photographs by Q. David Bowers
  167. The Tools and Materials of the Watchmaker - A Guide to the Amateur Watchmaker's Toolkit - Including How to make your own Tools by Anon
  168. A Guide Book of Franklin and Kennedy Half Dollars by Rick Tomaska
  169. A Guide Book of United States Commemorative Coins by Q. David Bowers
  170. A Guide Book of Shield and Liberty Head Nickels by Q. David Bowers
  171. Abraham Lincoln: The Image of His Greatness by Fred Reed
  172. A Guide Book of United States Type Coins by Q. David Bowers
  173. United States Currency by Kenneth Bressett
  174. "Conserving by Preserving by and Restoring Your Heritage" by Kennis Kim
  175. The History of Quilts and Patchwork Worldwide with Photographic Reproductions by Shiela Betterton
  176. A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars by Q. David Bowers
  177. A Guide Book of Peace Dollars by Roger W. Burdette
  178. 100 Greatest American Currency Notes by Q. David Bowers
  179. Obsolete Paper Money Issued by Banks in the United States 1782-1866 by Q. David Bowers
  180. Duesenberg by Dennis Adler
  181. Vintage Wristwatches by Reyne Haines
  182. The Cartiers by Francesca Cartier Brickell
  183. American & British 410 Shotguns by Ronald Gabriel
  184. Art Glass Identification & Price Guide by "John Shuman by III"
  185. Warman's Lalique by Mark Moran
  186. Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values by Richard Allen Mann; Jerry Lee
  187. Hot Wheels Variations by Michael Zarnock
  188. 50 Famous Firearms You've Got to Own by Rick Hacker
  189. Antique Trader Book Collector's Price Guide by Richard Russell
  190. Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart
  191. Coin of the Year by Donald Scarinci
  192. Warman's World War II Collectibles by Michael E. Haskew
  193. Standard Catalog of U.S. Military Vehicles - 2nd Edition by David Doyle
  194. The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994 by Mark Bellomo
  195. Fantastic Finds by Eric Bradley
  196. Warman's Tools Field Guide by Clarence Blanchard
  197. The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe 1982-1994 by Mark Bellomo
  198. Gun Digest Browning Semi-Auto 22 Assembly/Disassembly Instructions by Kevin Muramatsu
  199. Just 30s by Angelo Van Boggart
  200. The Gun Digest Book of Guns for Personal Defense by Kevin Michalowski
  201. Grind a Blade the R.J. Martin Way: Knife Sharpening Techniques & Tips by Joe Kertzman
  202. Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2016 Price Guide by Noah Fleisher
  203. Warman's G.I. Joe Field Guide by Kp Books
  204. Carriages and Sleighs by "Lawrence by Bradley"
  205. Warman's Clocks Field Guide by KP Staff
  206. 2012 U.S. Coin Digest: Commemoratives 1892-1954 by David C. Harper
  207. "Standard Catalog of World Coins by 1601-1700" by George S. Cuhaj
  208. 2012 U.S. Coin Digest: U.S. Territorial Gold by David C. Harper
  209. Warman's Jewelry Field Guide by Kathy Flood
  210. Warman's Civil War Collectibles Identification and Price Guide by Russell E. Lewis
  211. 2012 U.S. Coin Digest: Quarters by David C. Harper
  212. Standard Catalog of Civil War Firearms by John F. Graf
  213. The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly Part II - Revolvers by J B Wood
  214. Antique Trader Cameras and Photographica Price Guide by Kyle Husfloen
  215. 2013 U.S. Coin Digest by David C. Harper
  216. Warman's Tobacco Collectibles by Mark Moran
  217. "Things That Were by Things That Are by and Things That May Become" by Baby Professor
  218. Purrrfect Toys: Kids Love to Cuddle by Baby Professor
  219. 2012 U.S. Coin Digest: Gold Coins by David C. Harper
  220. Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball Cards by Sports Collectors Digest
  221. Warman's Watches Field Guide by Reyne Haines
  222. "Collecting World Coins by 1901-Present" by George S. Cuhaj
  223. Warman's Americana & Collectibles by Ellen Schroy
  224. Public Enemy #1 - the Infamous History of John Dillinger by Hotz Mark
  225. Warman's Kitschy Kitchen Collectibles Field Guide by Brian Alexander
  226. The Instant Coin Collector by Arlyn Sieber
  227. Fishing Collectibles by Russell Lewis
  228. Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money by George S. Cuhaj
  229. Game Inventor's Guidebook by Brian Tinsman
  230. Warman's Beatles Field Guide by Tim Neely
  231. 2012 U.S. Coin Digest: Half Dollars by David C. Harper
  232. 2011 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901-2000 by George S. Cuhaj
  233. 2016 Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001-Date by George S. Cuhaj
  234. Warman's Hot Wheels Field Guide by Michael Zarnock
  235. "Texas Furniture by Volume One" by Lonn Taylor
  236. Warman's Modern US Coins Field Guide by Arlyn Sieber
  237. Warman's U.S. Coins & Currency Field Guide by Arlyn G. Sieber
  238. Manuscript Miscellanies in Early Modern England by "Starza Smith by Daniel by Dr"
  239. Warman's World Coins Field Guide by Arlyn G. Sieber
  240. Shooter's Bible Guide to Combat Handguns by Robert A. Sadowski
  241. Shooter's Bible Guide to Knives by Roger Eckstine
  242. Extreme Bricks by Sarah Herman
  243. 1001 Hunting Tips by Lamar Underwood; Nate Matthews
  244. The Ultimate Guide to Butchering Deer by John Weiss
  245. Taking Your First Shot by Lynne Finch
  246. "The Watch & Clock Makers' Handbook by Dictionary by and Guide" by F. J. Britten
  247. Do-It-Yourself Gun Repair by Edward A. Matunas
  248. "William Spratling by His Life and Art" by Taylor D. Littleton
  249. The Little Red Book of Hunter's Wisdom by Jay Cassell; Peter J. Fiduccia
  250. Practical Watch Repairing by Donald de Carle
  251. The Cigarette Book by Chris Harrald; Fletcher Watkins
  252. Guide to Taxidermy by Charles K. Reed; Chester A. Reed
  253. Hunting Bears by Kathy Etling
  254. "Gun Trader's Guide by Thirty-Fifth Edition" by Stephen D. Carpenteri
  255. The Pocket Deer Hunting Guide by Stephen D. Carpenteri
  256. The Future of the Gun by Frank Miniter
  257. Whitetail Tactics by Peter Fiduccia
  258. Mission Furniture by H. H. Windsor
  259. The Bowhunter's Field Manual by Judd Cooney
  260. Bowhunting's Superbucks by Kathy Etling
  261. Elementary Gunsmithing by Perry D. Frazer
  262. Shoot by Julie Golob
  263. Turning for Home by Mike Gaddis
  264. The Best Hunting Stories Ever Told by Jay Cassell
  265. Kitchen Things by Richard Snodgrass
  266. Model Engine-Making by J. Pocock
  267. The 21st Century Sniper by Brandon Webb
  268. Larousse Wine by David Cobbold; Sebastian Durand-Viel
  269. Gun Trader's Guide to Handguns by Robert A. Sadowski
  270. The Little Guide to Vintage Shopping by Melody Fortier
  271. Viva la Pizza! by Scott Wiener
  272. The GH Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps by Thomas Lera; Leon Finik
  273. Carriage Terminology by Don H. Berkebile
  274. Every Stamp Tells a Story by Cheryl Ganz
  275. The Ultimate Cigar Book by Richard Carleton Hacker
  276. Black Ops Bricks by Nick Grant
  277. Deer Hunter's & Land Manager's Pocket Reference by J. Wayne Fears
  278. Frocking Life by BillyBoy*
  279. Welsh Yeomanry at War by Steven John
  280. Tactical Gun Digest by Corey Graff
  281. "Shooter's Bible by 109th Edition" by Jay Cassell
  282. United States Martial Pistols and Revolvers by Arcadi Gluckman
  283. Guns of the New West by David Chicoine
  284. Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2018 by Hugh Johnson
  285. "Adventure (July by 1916)" by J. Allan Dunn
  286. Great Hunting Rifles by Terry Wieland
  287. "Let's Go Camping! From cabins to caravans by crochet your own camping Scenes" by Kate Bruning
  288. From the Oven to the Table by Diana Henry
  289. Jaguar by Zef Enault; Nicolas Heidet
  290. Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine 2020 by Hugh Johnson
  291. The Truth About Firearms and Concealed Carry by Daniel R. Engel DE
  292. Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2019 by Hugh Johnson
  293. Hugh Johnson on Wine by Hugh Johnson
  294. The 34-Ton Bat by Steve Rushin
  295. Toast & Marmalade by Emma Bridgewater
  296. Books by Larry McMurtry
  297. Andrea Immer's Wine Buying Guide for Everyone by Andrea Immer
  298. Light of India by Warren Dotz
  299. Postcards by Jason Rodriguez
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Wealth Formula Episode 180: Is Venture Capital Right for You?

Catch the full episode: https://www.wealthformula.com/podcast/180-is-venture-capital-right-for-you/
Buck: Welcome back to the show everyone. Today my guest on Wealth Formula Podcast is Vanessa Bartram. She is the managing partner of Zora. Zora is a Tel Aviv based fund that backs exceptional Israeli teams who will become the next global leaders in impact tech. Vanessa began her career in investment banking in Mexico City, later founding the Miami Impact Company WorkSquare which she grew to twenty five million dollars in revenue. She holds an MBA from Harvard BA from Princeton and is a heritage fellow with the Wexner Foundation and now of course the next step for most Harvard graduates is to go to the Wealth Formula Podcast for an interview. Welcome to the show Vanessa.
Vanessa: Thank you happy to be here.
Buck: Great so let me start out a little bit just defining some things which you're involved in is something called impact tech. What is impact tech and how did you get involved in this space?
Vanessa: Sure. So impact investing is a broad and messy term. I think we're getting a little bit better at defining the space. But effectively what investors where impact investors are looking for is to have some quantified measurable trackable impact on a social or environmental outcome in addition to you know strong financial return. At this stage I think about 90% of impact investors say they're looking for market rate of return. So this doesn't mean that you want to you know save the whales and make less money, it's figuring out how to make the same amount of money that any other venture fund would or any other tech company would while also being able to track you know tons of carbon you know diverted or you know tons of food waste diverted from landfill or something like that.
Buck: Yeah so give me some examples of some of the impact tech companies out there that maybe people might have or heard of just to get a bit a little bit better sense of what that sort of the company looks like.
Vanessa: Sure so you know some of the companies that we're working with are working on everything. One company does data analytics for satellite/radar data and they're working specifically in the forestry industry. So for us you know for them they're looking to sell you know operational insights and forest managers about how to grow their forests better. But for us when we look at this it was really a carbon emissions play that we realized that we could help improve the carbon stocks you know in the because of their because of the intervention that they had another of our companies now is a company called waste lists you know they're working on the problem of supermarket food waste so the 30 to 40 percent of perishable products in supermarkets are thrown away right now and it's about one percent of revenue for supermarkets. So by being able to introduce a dynamic pricing that's integrated with the you know POS software in the in the supermarket can incentivize customers to buy a cottage cheese that's expiring five days sooner rather than the ones that's gonna expire in three weeks and that way you know for them it's for the supermarket it has potential to to up their margins which are very tight already by you know 30 to 40 percent.
Buck: Got it. So you know one of the things again going back to basics and defining things you mentioned Zora is a it's a fun but it's a it's a venture capital fund is that right?
Vanessa: Yes that'd correct.
Buck: So for some of you know as you may or may not know most of us in this group and our investor group we’re just a bunch of dumb real estate investors. Can you explain the difference you know this this is sort of new for I think a lot of people. What's the difference between a venture capital fund and say you know private equity or say angel investing so what how do you how are those defined?
Vanessa: Sure so venture capital, angel investing, private equities they're all the same thing and that you're buying some percentage of a private companies equity as opposed to buying company I'm on the public market like the New York Stock Exchange. So in all of these you know as an investor you're buying some shares of a private company so different phases typically are just what phase the company is in and what size the company is. So an angel investor is going to be the first capital that goes into you know a start-up or other company. An angel may be putting in anywhere from you know 5,000, 10,000, 25,000 into a company. Venture capital typically is the first sort of institutional round of a company fundraise. So they'll be putting in anywhere from maybe a few hundred thousand to several million. Private equity tends to be what's called the growth stage when companies are already established and they're just looking to expand operations.
Buck: Got it guys so that's helpful so in general you know part of it is determining you know how big the company is where you're in and presumably because of that there's different levels of risk reward profiles based on those kind of different time horizons for business investment right?
Vanessa: Absolutely.
Buck: So in terms of venture what is the typical time horizon you know for this kind of thing where I say you've got investors who are in a fund and you know what do you typically you know in a venture fund do you expect like a five years, ten years, you know some level of liquidity during that period of time?
Vanessa: It's a great question and I love that you're that you're facing and what you usually talk about is residential you know both my family. I came from a background a family that that's our family business so you know about 90% of my net assets are in multi-family residential real estate so everything you say I think is absolutely spot-on. Venture capital you know I tell everyone whether it's you're an angel investor even up to private equity it's an extremely risky asset class. This is something that I put in that bucket over five to ten percent looking for a different uncorrelated you know asymmetrical kind of return. So it's important to remember that piece when we're talking about the risk because then the risk of a venture capital has become you know we have this extremely risky asset class what's everything we can do to mitigate that risk and to do this as strategically and thoughtfully as we can. But to answer your questions were typical and it's illiquid is another another piece of this. And so the typical venture investment is a five to seven year hold. So typically a fund is going to spend about two to three years deploying the capital that they raised. So say someone raised over ten million dollars fund, it'll take them two years to sort of spend that money and make those investments they then hold it for five to seven years and then that harvesting period is another two to three years. So as a typical venture capital fund has a heavy shelf life of ten years which can be a daunting hold period for for some investments.
Buck: Yeah so in terms of what that looks like during that period of time there's often zero liquidity so I mean again going back to the parallel of multifamily real estate, we typically are looking at some dividends or distributions you know quarterly or even potentially yearly or whatever. But this is something that you got to say okay you know what this is your asymmetric risk play. Okay you buy Bitcoin and maybe you want to know invest in and this as well and you're just gonna forget about it. If you lose it you lose it. If one day you wake up and somebody says you meet you know five hundred percent on your money then that's kind of what what this is right?
Vanessa: Absolutely and then listen it can be done far more strategically that's that's what we're there to do. But yes it absolutely has an element of risk and it attracts people who are entrepreneurs and it's a you know we can talk a little bit more about the economics of it but it's absolutely a homerun business you know you're looking to have a portfolio and have those one or two you know big wins in there.
Buck: Right and then in terms of in terms of a homerun what is a homerun in venture language is that like at ten like 10x or is that a 5x I mean I'm just curious again these may be somewhat simplistic but most people probably in this in this audience probably don't really understand you know what what kind of metrics, financial metrics that, again not talking about specifically your fund as you know but just in general for venture like what if you're if you're talking about smaller allocations what are the typical targets like what's a win what's a what's a grand-slam and what is you know kind of a loss?
Vanessa: You're testing my sports metaphor here this is a sounder, but I can play, I can play. So typically our fund you know a fund that has is it in sort of 90th percentile is going to return 3x net of fees to its investors. So if you have a hundred million dollar fund that means you're returning maybe 350 million, 50 million are you know please other expenses and your investors end up in their pocket with 3x what they put in. So that's how that's how you get into the top decile of funds you know that's the same kind of numbers that we're looking to do, but then you're going down to the portfolio level and you assume each fund is invested and maybe you know 10 to 20 companies. So if we say that's 10 companies you're going to make the assumption that 5 of those companies failed totally, you know 3 of those companies you'll have like a small return on and that's maybe two to three times your capital, one of those companies deals on medium return which is maybe a five to ten and one of those companies you want to have a real outsides return that could be upwards of a 10 and somewhere a 20 to 30 kind of X.
Buck: Right I got it. And from a you know again understanding how I'm approaching this from real estate is there any sort of tax advantages to venture capital investing.
Vanessa: Not in this, you know we don't have obviously the the depreciation that you would have in real estate. Most everything as an investor you're buying into a limited partnership so you own a part of a pass-through entity right you own a percentage of that LP and then from that you receive a k1 and your gains are you know long-term capital gains so somewhere between 15 and 20 percent.
Buck: Okay got it okay. So let's talk specifically about Zora. Okay so when was Zora founded? Are you one of the founders and you know tell us a little bit about the story of the company.
Vanessa: Sure I am the founder and general partner. I moved to Israel about six years ago and started investing a few years after. And again this was a I always grown up with this idea of wanting to sort of do well do good while also doing well. This came from you know being second generation immigrant family that after running a series of different small businesses you know multi-family real estate and was able to grow you know reasonable amount of wealth there and I think as a child my parents did a good job of pointing out all of the things that I got to do that was not what an average child gets to do, whether that was going to summer camp or my education at a private school or studying abroad. So I think I always had sort of this question of how do people acquire wealth, how is it that once people have wealth they seem to be able to make more wealth more quickly, and what can we do as a society to sort of make sure that other people have access to more wealth, whether that's through financial education or starting businesses whatever that is. So that was sort of my you know social social justice lens coming into this world, but started my career and Investment Banking and really love the transactions I than the deal-making side. I was working in Mexico City where helping mostly third fourth generation companies sell themselves to foreign acquirers so going through the valuation and through the exit with them and after a bit after doing that moved to Boston to be my MBA at Harvard realized I was in entrepreneurial unfortunately while there, moved down to Miami started a company there doing financial education with low income you know bussers, janitors, dishwashers as a sort of job placement HR agency at WorkSquare and after running that business for a few years loved what I was doing did not love the industry and wanted the opportunity to work with more mission aligned entrepreneurs at a strategic level. By chance I came across Israel and started learning more about Israel and was just blown away about what a good fit it was for someone who wanted to do early-stage tech investing you know with a social environmental focus.
Buck: Why is that? Tell us a little bit about that you know why Israel was such a big part of it, why was it a good target for your venture fund.
Vanessa: Sure so you know first off we have about 6400 startups in Israel and about 40% of those have some social environmental sort of impact in what they're doing. So we have about 600 startups each in agricultural technologies in digital health and medical devices and clean tech, we have exciting new sectors coming up like food tech and and education and water technology all have 250-300 companies between them so really strong pipelines. I identified about you know 2,400 companies in Israel that were mission oriented and the way we were looking for and among those about 700 that were relevant in stage for us which is sort of pre seed and seed and I think Israel's really benefited you know with the the largest tech hub outside Silicon Valley it has the highest number of engineers and scientists or capita in the world. The government strongly supports R&D you know to the tune of about 400 million dollars per year for for small startups. The companies here all have a strong b2b focus from day one because our you know our population is only eight billion people you automatically need to be selling abroad. So that's a given. You know we have over 300 multinational companies that have a presence here whether it's a venture fund or Scouts for technology so from day one startups are working with these multinationals to sort of figure out the product market fit and the best reasons you know also evaluations here are far more reasonable. You know it's not hard to be more reasonable than what we're seeing in the US center market right now is craziness. We have far more reasonable valuations and our entrepreneurs tend to do about twice as much with the same amount of capital.
Buck: That's great okay got it okay. So you go to Israel you set up shop and when was that this?
Vanessa: It was 2014 when I moved here and started looking for deals on my own sort of as an angel that I could follow and put some put some money in and I would find deals you know this is a dating before you get married kind of things and a year to two years sort of following coaching these companies before deciding which ones to go with. I would put in you know a small amount of capital personally put together a 25-page diligence report and bring that to investors primarily in the US where my network is and have them invest alongside me for a typical you know venture capital fee.
Buck: Got it. So what's happened since 2014?
Vanessa: So we've invested in five companies as part of our demo portfolio and that was the sort of one by one you know each investment we did was a special purpose vehicle with different investors and then it came time to put together a small fund. So we're working on that now we've made our first two investments and have our third under diligence and we're really looking to be the the best of Israeli impact tech.
Buck: Got it. Is it too early to have any Vegas 2014 and now is too early to have any divestments or at this point?
Vanessa: Yeah so I first investments we're actually like started in 2016 we've had one we've had one exit so far yeah which was which was fun and to use sports metaphors there was a double you know now that not a homerun but it was great to be able to send some money back to investors and it was I think emblematic of the challenge that we see in Israel which you know we have great product and technology and the challenge is frequently knowing how to commercialize and get that to market you know the best way. So this company was approached by the largest Japanese education publisher because they wanted to expand the product through Asia so the team decided to go with that and have them distribute for them.
Buck: So let's go back again to sort of your buy box. so when you guys are looking at companies what are some of the characteristics that might be somewhat unique to to you and your in terms of metrics things like that what are you looking at?
Vanessa: Sure we're looking first of all we're looking at the niche of seed stage. In the past about five years since 2015 most venture capital funds have gotten bigger and bigger and bigger with the reasonable idea that if you're going to make an investment in spend the time doing due diligence you might as well invest more money at a later stage and have more fees and more you know successfully from the time that you spent on that. What happens is there's a real vacuum at sort of speed stage and for us seed stage is when a when a tech company is raising about a million to two million dollars, they’re pre revenue, what we're looking for is that they have some significant partnership with a major corporation that might be an unpaid pilot, a paid pilot, it might be you know a joint project and developing a product together, but we want to see that the company has abilities to access the kind of the kind of large-scale multinationals that they're going to need to be selling to and for us we're looking at seed stage we're looking at valuations of about four to five million dollars pre-money or about a five and a half, six million dollar valuation after is around this point and that allows us to buy about a little over five percent interest in the company and so we're writing initial checks of about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars on average, which means we're looking for other strong co investors in that round. We want other people with deep pockets with sector expertise that are also going to come in have skin in the and help us grow that company. I would say the other things we're looking for, we're looking for a short time to monetization so anything that we think is going to have a long regulatory cycle, anything beyond that be a class one we won't even look at. There's a lot of the clean tech here that becomes problematic for us because it's the time horizon is too long it's too capital intensive so we're looking for companies that can monetize in the next you know two years minimum.
Buck: Yeah got it got it. And I presume and of course those monetization I mean that money is all going back in the business just to be clear, it's not distributed or anything. So basically from from the standpoint, these investments are relatively small right three hundred three hundred fifty thousand like you're saying. So for a venture fund is there a lot of variability in terms of minimum investment for the actual investors in the fund, I mean is it you know usually, you don't have to talk about your fund I know, but in general do you have to you know is there these kinds of things sort of all over the place?
Vanessa: They are and I would say increasingly so and for the better. Typically in a firm this may be a twenty five million dollars fund I think traditionally they're going to have a minimum that's a 250,000 or a 500,000 but payable over you know a few years of the investment period and you know one interesting trend we've been seeing in the past few years a sort of the better access to startup investment through crowdfunding platforms. There's you know a large one in Israel called Our Crowd that I think is invested over you know maybe 300 million dollars in the last few years in Starbucks. The one challenge you know it's a real balance with sort of the making venture capital which you know in my mind is a terrible industry it's you know been opaque, it's you know people are running off the ball stairs and crazy fees, you know there's a lot of mismatched incentives between investors and the fund managers, so I'm not at all a fan of of the industry as it is, but on the flip side you know bringing the model to a more retail level I think can also be scary because investors are missing that diversification. I see investors you know coming here and you know putting money in one startup that they find that the guy seems nice and statistically speaking you're better off going to Vegas and you know putting your guns on red pen. So that's one piece. The diversification piece is another that's really challenging, you know like we were talking about before even the best angel investors the best don't know for a while which of the 10 is going to be the home run and which is going to be you know one of the hardest and so that's another piece of it. And the third thing I'd say is that you know whether it's an equity crowdfunding platform or even like a local angel group, it's really hard to get the best a little access, so again this is a this is a game of home runs you need to have access to the absolute best entrepreneurs and deals you can find and you know nine times out of ten the best deals, different VC fund severity you know are fighting for allocation and those deals before any crowdfunding platform or any angel group whatever see them.
Buck: So that's probably one of the reasons being in Tel Aviv is also advantageous as well right I mean I would imagine it's probably a little bit less competitive compared to the Silicon Valley venture targets.
Vanessa: Yeah absolutely and that's why we're really strict about staying in seed stage because at that phase when an entrepreneur is raising about a million a million and a half dollars they're shopping locally for investors. They're not taking the time to go abroad. Once they get to their series A when they're looking for three to five million you know they're going to New York they're going to Silicon Valley and suddenly the valuation is the same as it is in Silicon Valley, New York you know so my colleague Ryan Weinberg and I were joking about one startup that we saw that we thought was really interesting and had a four million pre-money valuation, they were invited to participate in Y Combinator in the valley and two months later after they finished the program the four million pre-money valuation was now nine million pre-money.
Buck: If you’re in that as an investor at that point it really doesn't really make any difference to you until there's some sort of liquidity event right? I mean that's not that that's great to know right, I mean just increased your net worth, but is there any you know what happens at the investor level when that happens?
Vanessa: So that was one trend since we didn't invest in because we anticipated before they closed the round the valuation was going to get a little ridiculous and so you know you're absolutely right. Being here locally we get to take advantage of the better valuation before people go shop them abroad but they're you know if you are in a deal you know where you come in at a reasonable valuation and other investors come in at what you think is a little bit crazy valuation and it's time you know, on paper you know we have to remember all these values on paper until you actually get your money back which doesn't have a central acquisition or exit and you know on paper you you double your money and however it can make it difficult for the company to raise additional capital you know at that valuation.
Buck: Right got it. Well you know I want to give you a chance just to mention anything else that I haven't asked because this is clearly not my area but I mean if you're somebody who's interviewing you, is there something or anything I've missed that you think is useful to know about the space about impact investing or just you know just in general about Zora?
Vanessa: Sure I mean I think it's important in this space if people are looking to get involved in venture, I would spend a lot of time doing diligence on different fund managers and checking them out, you know we talked about you know VC returns historically are nothing to get excited about. I think on average VC returns as bad anywhere from sort of you know 13 to 15% which when you are counting in the liquidity you know and the risk profile over what a market benchmark is not so exciting when you're looking at it used to be real estate is not so exciting. You know smaller fronts is not a bit of advantage. They're typically at 15 to 18 percent kind of IRR return. But the real sort of secret in this industry is a big huge gap between the good fund managers and the bad fund managers. So the top quartile of fund managers have traditionally delivered you know load 20 IRRs know 20 to 26 IRR numbers where it's the lowest quartile fund managers have been about 5 to 8 percent, which 5 to 8 percent to have your money locked up for 10 years it's you know enough to make your stomach turn. So I think a huge piece of this is picking the right front manager and doing the homework on that and that's really a question of who's gonna have the best deal offset. For me I really favor and admire homes that are run by entrepreneurs. They’ve been there, they understand what it looks like, they know how to add value in an operational sense, you know they need to have an ability to execute on a relatively short timeline, and they need to have skin in the game. You know I see some fund managers who have none of their own capital sort of invested in this and they're happy making money off the management fees whether those investments succeed or fail, and that's obviously a no-go.
Buck: Well this has been very very helpful and educational. How can how can we learn more about what Zora does and you know website or any other kind of information we can potentially get?
Vanessa: Sure so we put together a special page for Wealth Formula listeners. One of the Wealth Formula members, Jonah Mink is an investor of a few years and a good friend. Thanks to him, made the introduction, so glad to be with you today. And so if you go to our website and http://www.zora.vc/wealthformula, there's a special page and we'll be having some more informational materials for Wealth Formula members.
Buck: We’ll also put that in the show notes. Vanessa thanks so much for being on Wealth Formula Podcast today.
Vanessa: Thank you, Buck. It’s great to be with you.
Buck: We’ll be right back.
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Weekly Roundup

News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Xi backs building of #polar Silk Road: Since the world's efforts in developing Arctic shipping routes are at an initial stage, China and Russia are showing long-term vision in developing the Silk Road on the ice
  2. 40 Chinese tourists robbed by men with tear gas in Paris.
  3. China Disputes Trump's Claims of Fentanyl "Flood" into U.S.
  4. 3,317 fugitives abroad captured in China's "Fox Hunt": from over 120 countries and regions in the past five years. Inter-agency cooperation and the use of new technology boosted the efficiency in tracking those who have changed identities or gone through cosmetic surgery
  5. #Vancouver city council approves apology to Chinese community: The city will also push for a UNESCO heritage designation for Chinatown. Historical legislation, policies reflecting discrimination were compiled. "Many of those kinds of bylaws, I think Vancouverites and most Canadians don't know about"
  6. Japan, U.S. confirm intention to cooperate with China, Russia on North Korea problem
  7. Communist parties of Russia, China publish new book on #Lenin to mark centenary of October Revolution: "The Wind of October," a memoir with rare photographs. Gennady Zyuganov, first secretary of the CPRF, said the book includes a historical narrative on the main events of Russia's 1917 revolution
  8. Do math, the Shanghai way: The imported series is titled "Real Shanghai #Mathematics," which will be published by the end of this November. Those textbooks will land on UK classrooms starting from January of 2018
  9. What Message South Korea, China Are Sending the US Regarding North Korea
  10. China to launch 34th Antarctic expedition
  11. #Russia Rating Agency to Cooperate With Leading Chinese Research Firm: "This will be the world’s largest bilateral rating partnership in terms of coverage, market size, and the size of the agencies involved," ACRA CEO Ekaterina Trofimova said
  12. China helps Nepali farmers increase rice production
  13. Taiwan to Trump: Don't mention us to China
  14. Three UCLA men's basketball players -- including LiAngelo Ball -- arrested in China for shoplifting
  15. Proposed electricity super grid can bring real connectivity to Asian economies
  16. Trump shows Xi and Peng video clips of his granddaughter singing Chinese songs
  17. Russia's Role in Securing Asia's Prosperity by Vladimir Putin
  18. No such thing as containing China: US on quadrilateral alliance involving India
  19. Chinese, Japanese experts explore oceanic cooperation
  20. President Trump Meets the World’s Most Powerful Man in Beijing (lol)
  21. Trump lauds China for 'taking advantage' of 'unfair' trade deals
  22. China's Feng shoots 68 to win #LPGA Japan Classic: Feng Shanshan defended her Japan Classic crown and take her eighth LPGA title. It was Feng's second win of the season after the Volvik Championship in Michigan in May
  23. China media praises tone, outcome of Trump-Xi summit
  24. Unlike previous stops in Japan and South Korea -- where Trump boasted of US military strength, instructed the country's leaders how many weapons they were to buy, and received ebullient praise from them in return -- the China trip was much more a meeting of equals (lol CNN on Asian "allies")
  25. Students hurt in French car 'attack' near Toulouse
  26. Trump and Xi push their own world trade orders at Apec
  27. Xi calls Russia 'strategic partner of genuine mutual trust'
  28. The risk we take when we panic about China's rise: fastest supercomputer since 2010. Launched the world's first quantum satellite. Any general notion that China might be seeking to infiltrate our universities to steal technology is laughable and stems from either ignorance or cultural arrogance
  29. Melania Trump: First lady visits Great Wall of China
  30. China's #LatinAmerica ambitions highlight 'silver way' strategy: For the first time in living memory, a non-American power has the potential for a substantive footprint in Latin America
  31. Why China’s deals with #SaudiArabia could be the beginning of a profitable new relationship: excellent time for China to pursue opportunities in the Middle East. Cooperation with China seen in a very positive light. After so many years of chaos, many Middle Eastern allies are losing faith in the US
  32. #Alaska Signs Deal to Advance Pipeline with Help from China: agreement Alaska Gov. Bill Walker signed with Sinopec. Estimates have put proven gas reserves on the North Slope overall at 35 trillion cubic feet. Alaska could provide a generation's worth of liquefied natural gas to China
  33. #CentralAsia could be entryway for Israel to join OBOR initiative: Israeli ambassador to Kazakhstan said “Israel is interested in getting involved in the ‘One Belt One Road’ Initiative.” BRI has close relations with Central Asian countries and can provide a unique opportunity for Israeli companies
  34. Abe, Xi hail 'fresh start' to Japan-China relations
In Domestic news
  1. China's #C919 jet completes third test flight: flying for 3 hours and 48 minutes, data from plane tracking website Flightradar 24 showed the aircraft flew at an altitude of about 10,000 feet (3,048 m) for most of the time it circled above Shanghai
  2. The Caucasian beggars hitting Hong Kong with a vengeance while police turn a blind eye
  3. ‘Magic island-maker’: China unveils Asia’s largest cutting-edge dredger amid territorial rows. 'Tiankun' can dredge up to 6,000 cubic meters (around two and half Olympic swimming pools) an hour from a depth of up to 35 meters
  4. Alipay wants to cut out lines at Hospitals
  5. Major Chinese vocational school offers #esports course: Lanxiang offers courses in electronic sports, riding the boom of video gaming in Asia
  6. How China and #Environmentalists Became Unlikely Bedfellows: China is moving to shape how to rein in greenhouse gases. “China has increased its leadership. That’s a matter of fact,” said Nicholas Stern, former World Bank chief economist who has advised U.K. and European govts on climate
  7. Xi and Trump look friendly, but anti-US feeling stirs in China
  8. China Reinvents Literature (Profitably) - Online serials have become a new art form -- and business model.
  9. China's sulfur dioxide emissions fell significantly while India's grew over last decade
  10. China Experiences Sharp Drop in Coal-Related Emissions, Study Says
  11. China is building 30 ‘sponge cities’ that aim to soak up floodwater and prevent disaster
In SciTech news
  1. China's #BeiDou navigation goes global as twin satellites launched: The self-developed system has been providing navigation services in the Asia-Pacific region since 2012, and is now going global
  2. Beijing -- Not Silicon Valley -- Is The World's Top Tech Hub, Report Says
  3. Chinese scientists create new type of magnetic #nanorobot: It can even distinguish between cancer cells and normal red blood cells, which opens new possibilities in designing remotely actuated nanorobots for biomedical operation at the nanoscale
  4. China Doubles Down on the Double Helix: From sleepless startups to huge sequencing centers, #genomics is booming in China. Chinese government plans to pour $9 billion a national precision medicine initiative. About 30% of the world’s sequencing machines were in China as of 2015
  5. China Just Created a Smart Suit That Tracks a Person’s #Health Status: sensors made of woven material, capable of detecting blood pressure, chemical balance and other health indicators. Possible by triboelectric nanogenerator, which harvests mechanical energy and transforms it into electric signals
  6. Better rubidium clocks increase BeiDou satellite accuracy
  7. Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent will help China narrow AI gap with US
  8. NC deputies use drone (DJI Phantom 4 customized) to find missing elderly woman in cornfield
  9. #Cancer cells destroyed with dense metal found in asteroids: according to new research University of Warwick and Sun Yat-Sen University. Iridium can be used to kill cancer cells by filling them with deadly version of oxygen, without harming healthy tissue
  10. China scours the globe for talent to transform into world leader in #artificialintelligence and big data: already the world’s largest market for automatons, e-commerce and smartphones, is also the job market for artificial intelligence, big data analytics and robotics
  11. Make Magazine founder apologizes after accusing Chinese maker Naomi Wu of being ‘not a real person’
  12. Researchers Uncover Genetic Basis of Natural Variation in Aging Rate; Dr. CAI Shiqing’s lab at the Institute of Neuroscience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has uncovered a genetic basis for natural variation in aging rates. The study was published in Nature.
  13. 6 Reasons Why China Will Lead In #AI: Brains, Data, Useful Innovation, Competitive Experience, Government support, Venturesome spirit. Chinese contributions to best 100 AI journals rose as a % of total from 23.2% in 2006 to 42.8% in 2015. Chinese gov. is pro-tech, pro-experimentation, and pro-speed
  14. Hypocrisy Exposed: The FBI Blindly Hacked Computers In Russia, China And Iran | Zero Hedge
In Economic news
  1. Are the Chinese falling out of love with McDonald’s? Once an exotic taste of foreign climes and symbol of rapid modernisation, the American fast-food giant is no longer flavour of the month
  2. Huawei, Xiaomi lead growth among Chinese smartphone brands
  3. Boeing committed to forging closer partnership with China for common development
  4. Chinese consumers to trace food through Blockchain
  5. Shenzhen is China’s most innovative city, says HSBC
  6. Chinese entrepreneurs bring jobs to US heartland
  7. 35 Chinese Cities With Economies as Big as Countries
  8. China and the United States have created a “miracle” as companies from the world’s two largest economies signed deals worth some $253.4 billion over the past two days
  9. China’s central bank is developing its own #digitalcurrency, even as it bans bitcoin and private cryptos. Digital legal tender can help bring down transaction costs, extend financial services to rural areas and increase the efficiency of monetary policies, Yao Qian, who leads the research at PBOC
  10. Goldman Sachs CEO: China's economy will surpass the US, and by one measure it already has
  11. Here’s what people don’t say about the US trade deficit with China
  12. How China Is Opening Up to Foreign Finance Firms - Bloomberg
  13. Alibaba Singles' Day Sales Hit $8.6 Billion in First Hour
  14. China Aircraft Exports Cleared for Takeoff Under #FAA Deal: the Federal Aviation Administration has signed an airworthiness certification deal that effectively opens the door to Chinese sales of airplanes to the U.S. and other countries
  15. China and #Russia: Digging the US Dollar’s Grave. "The world financial system needs more balance," said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. He revealed that the two countries will issue a joint payment system in the future
  16. Chinese consumers spend billions in 'Singles Day' shopping binge
  17. 'Singles Day' China shopping festival smashes record with $25 billion haul
  18. China’s Technology Ambitions Could Upset the Global #Trade Order: “If Made in China 2025 achieves its goals, the U.S. and other countries would likely become just commodity exporters to China — selling oil, gas, beef and soybeans.” - Waterman, president of the China Center at US Chamber of Commerce
In Military news
  1. Can China Beat the #U.S. Without a Fight? U.S. military officials warn that China's goal is to become dominant by slowly making changes to the international order. "China is on a path to win without a fight," "We are ready" for NK. But the peer-level fight with China "is the real challenge."
  2. Beijing Quietly Building Naval Ports, Aircraft Bases in Disputed South China Sea: according to recent satellite images. New Chinese facilities discovered in Paracel such as Tree Island. In Spratly, China has been building runways, leading to accusations they intend to turn the islands into airbases
  3. China testing new 6×6 amphibious armoured vehicles
  4. The Sneaky Way China Could Win a Naval War Against America
  5. America Is No Match for China's New Space Drones
  6. China Reveals Images of New Hypersonic Strike Aircraft
  7. China's aircraft carriers to get new propulsion system: could equip conventionally powered warship with the world's most advanced jet launch system along with newer weapons. PLA's Naval branch has run "hundreds of tests" using the EMALS with China's J-15 fighter jets Yin Zhuo told CCTV
  8. Air Force general says China is advancing in space five times as quickly as the US
  9. Chinese naval escort ship arrives at #Djibouti for replenishment
  10. China's New Surveillance Technology May Expose U.S. Warships: To build the first-rate surveillance system, Rainbow UAV is described as an “excellent choice.” New UAVs will work with new satellites, long-range aircraft, undersea sensors, as well as Skywave radars that can see out thousands of miles
Other Notables
  1. Chinese #Heroine Mu Guiying: distinguished figure in the Generals of the Yang Family legends. With her command of the imperial army, Mu eased the rivalry between Song and its neighboring Liao, calmed rebellion in the southern area with her husband and acknowledged the allegiance to the Western Xia
  2. Tianjin Binhai Library / MVRDV + Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute
  3. Chinese Audiences Move Away From Hollywood Pictures. Mainland moviegoers are starting to embrace foreign films from countries other than the U.S.
  4. Setback Education: The Parenting Fad Harming China’s Kids
  5. Hunt for Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He’s lost treasure ship heats up. Study off coast of Sri Lanka, where massive vessel that was part of Chinese adventurer’s fleet sank 600 years ago, has delivered ‘positive results’
  6. The Pearl River: Mouth to Source (Episode 1: Zhuhai)
  7. Twin sisters Sun Yumeng and Sun Yutong buzzing again on social media for landing jobs at CCTV
  8. Xinhua Backgrounder: Deadly U.S. mass shootings in recent years (very informative, hope enlightening info is distributed domestically)
  9. Globaltimes: Mass shootings worsen US human rights. If the mass shootings in the US cannot be addressed in the long term, and the government takes no effective action, the UN Human Rights Council needs to denounce Washington's inaction at some point, exerting external pressure on the country. (LOL)
  10. China's Early Building Conservationist Whose Words Went Unheeded
  11. The rise and rise of China
  12. America’s decline is China’s opportunity
  13. Baby Pandas Playing in Snow at Chinese Kindergarten School
  14. 100 couples have their weddings in the hot balloons in 2017 World Fly-in Expo of the World Air Sports Federation in Wuhan, Hubei province, on Monday. It sets up a new Guiness world record for the number of the participated couples exchanging vows in the air.
  15. Transforming Pingyao's historic courtyard homes
  16. Jack Ma: I understand America more than some of the American themselves
  17. Richard Blumenthal concerned Trump may be colluding with China
  18. Nike China Tells Zhou Qi: Don't Come Back
  19. [Traditional Instrument Music]
  20. American girl becomes cultural 'chief' for a week at Guizhou resort: 23-year-old Jong May, a Chinese born American, was selected as a cultural ambassador at the Wanda tourist resort in Danzhai county, in Guizhou
  21. Western fascination with Hutongs is colonial poverty porn
  22. Taiwanese Guy Goes To Russia for Vacation Tour through Mainland, uses PRC's "Single-use passport" (Russia doesn't recognize ROC passport), posts about it on FB, ROC government cancels all his ROC ID's (LMAO over this draconian sh*t)
  23. The Dalai Lama Says Donald Trump's MAGA Catchphrase 'Isn't Relevant' (lol)
  24. Tillerson’s Trip & the new Great Game (FB Ali)
  25. China Spreads Propaganda to U.S. on Facebook, a Platform it Bans at Home
  26. Trump is the first foreign leader to dine in the Forbidden City since the founding of the PRC
  27. CHINESE STAMPS - (CHINESE ANTHEM)
  28. Comedy film "Never Say Die" wins box office success after "Wolf Warriors II": brought in an impressive $326m worldwide to date. #1 Highest Grossing Comedy in a Single Market. Also earned its entry into "Top Ten All Time International Box Office for Comedy Movies."
  29. What Happens If China Makes First Contact? As America has turned away from searching for extraterrestrial intelligence, China has built the world’s largest radio dish for precisely that purpose.
  30. 首度與台媒見面 劉結一:"鬥爭"台獨勢力 20171108
  31. China at War – The Story of Teng Chan
  32. Chinese President Xi holds welcome ceremony for Trump
  33. Kung Fu Superstar Jet Li: How I’ll Bring Tai Chi to the Olympics
  34. Chinese investment gives wheelpower to small U.S. town 中企在海外:小镇故事
  35. Politics, China, and Taiwan’s Youth Identity
  36. China’s Cultural Revivalists: More Than Just Quirky Throwbacks. For many fugu aficionados, traditional culture is something that merges with modern life instead of resisting it. Since 2014, the government has released a slew of edicts designed to build up social support behind traditional culture
  37. TIL: China poured more cement between 2011 and 2013 than the US used in the entire 20th century
  38. China eases foreign limits in finance as Trump leaves
  39. CCTV Headquarters
  40. The plight and hope of Chinese animation
  41. 2,000-year-old luxury #baths discovered in NE China: "The shape, structure and size of the baths were very similar to the baths in the imperial palace of Xianyang, capital during the Qin Dynasty," Liu said. "These baths could be the earliest baths discovered in China."
  42. GAI - 爱如潮水 (蒙面唱將猜猜猜第二季)
  43. 骄傲的少年
  44. Trump Asia tour: The president is winning. Too bad it's Chinese President Xi Jinping. America is smashing its geopolitical might on the anvil of its own foolishness. China and Russia are gleefully picking up the pieces (lol)
  45. Ji Shaoting founded Future Affairs Administration as a loose group of #scifi aficionados in 2013. To become the idea generator for Chinese science fiction is the goal for Ji and her company. They have organized tours for writers to watch rocket launches, visit laboratories, and talk with scientists
  46. Is China the next global leader? - Inside Story
  47. 《武动乾坤》 "Martial Universe" drama trailer
  48. PLA Air Force promotional video gone viral in China
  49. South Korea shifts towards China
  50. UK remembers Chinese Labor Corps first time in history
  51. Soros, NED, USAID Ruining Myanmar's Stability to Hinder China's Rise
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News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Duterte named 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by Chinese magazine: The president is hailed as the 2016 ‘Person of the Year’ by the prestigious Hong Kong international affairs newsweekly , Yazhou Zhoukan
  2. Chinese state tabloid warns Trump, end one China policy and China will take revenge
  3. Chinese companies to build world's tallest twin towers in Cambodia: The twin towers will be 560 meters high with 133 floors. The project will include commercial areas, offices, residential areas, exhibition halls, hotels, as well as a 4-floor underground parking lot
  4. Against China’s objections, Ted Cruz and Texas governor meet with Taiwanese president
  5. Pakistan has officially begun construction of a missile warship that the country hopes will guarantee the integrity of its vital trade corridor with China
  6. Cruz meeting with Taiwan president has 'no bearing' on U.S. China policy: White House
  7. Ex-Tibetan Exile Monk defrauded Chinese EB-5 Investors $Millions, pleads guilty to fraud
  8. Donald Trump has 'great meeting' with Alibaba boss Jack Ma
  9. China's Xi to promote 'inclusive' globalization at Davos
  10. Jared Kushner: the powerful son-in-law of Donald Trump and his ties with Chinese businesses
  11. China's Iran oil imports to hit record on new production: sources
  12. Trump's secretary of state pick says China should be barred from South China Sea islands. (Lol) On Taiwan, "I don’t know of any plans to alter the 'one China' position," Tillerson said
  13. Serbia signs railway upgrades deal with China's CCECC
  14. DEA opens shop in China to help fight synthetic drug trade: In a sign of improving cooperation between the U.S. and China to fight the global drug trade, the Drug Enforcement Administration will open a new office there and its top chief will visit next week for the first time in more than a decade
  15. South Korea considering complaint to China over THAAD retaliation
  16. Malaysia and China reach agreement on tackling crime, terrorism
  17. China issues white paper, warns small- and medium-sized countries not to take sides
  18. Nigeria ordered Taiwan to move its trade mission from the capital, Abuja, to the commercial hub, Lagos, following a visit by the Chinese foreign minister during which his government pledged to invest $40 billion into infrastructure in Africa’s most populous country
  19. China and Kyrgyzstan vowed to deepen security cooperation and jointly fight terrorist forces such as the East Turkistan Islamic Movement. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations
  20. Philippines says any U.S. move against Beijing in S China Sea would be in its own interest
  21. China warns United States of 'military clash' over Tillerson comments
  22. U.S. is the most powerful country on the planet, yes, and biggest economy in the world. But China will be eventually just by virtue of its size. And so you can’t walk into a room and say, “Do it our way". - Chinese Nationalist aka. Secretary of State Kerry in remarks at the US Naval Academy
  23. More than 200 Taiwanese deportees still in China: A total of 223 Taiwanese who were deported over the past nine months from other nations on suspicion of telecommunications fraud are still being held in China, where they were deported
  24. Russia & China announce new ‘unspecified’ measures to US’ anti-missile system in S. Korea
  25. All aboard to fix the globalization 'bullet train', China's Xinhua says
  26. Before Trump gets his inauguration, China's president is to swipe some of the spotlight - I think China's trying to send a signal that it's the world's most responsible stakeholder.
  27. China's president will preach the advent of a new world order in Davos next week before the high priests of globalisation, who are facing an uprising from voters against their orthodoxy of open markets and borders.
  28. Turkey arrests two Chinese Uighurs over Istanbul nightclub attack
  29. China warns Trump that Taiwan policy is 'non-negotiable'
  30. Europe Turning to China as Uncertainty Over Trump's Foreign Policy Looms
  31. 2 Days From China To Europe By Rail? Russia Going For High-Speed Cargo Trains
  32. China projects to hit Singapore
  33. Silk Road route back in business as China train rolls into London
  34. How China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Fared Its First Year
  35. China and Vietnam to 'manage' differences over South China Sea: communique
  36. How China rules the waves: Beijing has spent billions expanding its ports network to secure sea lanes and establish itself as a maritime power
In Domestic news
  1. Air China bans shark fin cargo, reflecting dramatic shift in attitudes
  2. China Lacks Anti-Discrimination Law With Teeth
  3. Foreign instructors face more policy regulations and changes, which will keep qualified non-native English speaking teachers from obtaining jobs in some Chinese regions
  4. China to launch 'environmental police' force
  5. China fears the rise overly 'effeminate' boys and is taking action
  6. China combats corruption within anti-corruption agency
  7. Obesity: the big, fat problem with Chinese cities
  8. China's Hongshui River floating walkway is TWICE the length of Manhattan
  9. China changes start date of war with Japan, says will bolster patriotic education
  10. China's making huge economic bets on green energy
  11. China Sets June Deadline to Stamp out Shoddy Steel Manufacturers
  12. China opens 'most beautiful' high-speed railway: China opens its latest high-speed railway connecting six provincial capital cities along its route from the east coast to the far southwest of the country, namely Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Changsha, Guiyang and Kunming
  13. 50,000-meter Floating Walkway Opens on River in southwest China's Guizhou
  14. 'Rude' China police given hospitality lessons
  15. China detains 720, imposes $21.8 million of fines in pollution crackdown
  16. China rewrites history books to extend Sino-Japanese war by six years (Perfect example of the subtle Anti China manipulative narrative of Western media)
  17. Chinese authorities have published a draft regulation protecting minors’ rights in cyberspace that includes remedies for online bullying. No organisation or individual is allowed to threaten, insult or hurt minors online with words, pictures or video
  18. China school allows students to "borrow" marks to help ease exam stress
  19. In China, A Shift Away From Trade In Ivory and Shark Fins
  20. China has built the world’s largest bullet-train network
  21. Why China is counting its chickens
  22. China Orders Registration of App Stores
  23. Beijing to tackle air pollution
In SciTech news
  1. VR, Smart Gadgets, China Innovations Break Through All The Hype At CES 2017: What stood out among Chinese startups was healthtech wearable Vivalnk, AI robotics maker Ubtech; interactive smartwatch Mobvoi; intelligent hardware operating system Thundersoft, nanotechnology biosensors eNano Health
  2. Nokia brand launches its first Android smartphone... But it will only be available in China for $246.
  3. Tsinghua Unigroup to Build the World's Largest 3D NAND Flash Factory in Wuhan
  4. China Building World’s Highest Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescopes In Xizang
  5. Tpcast wireless VR - pretty excited to see another Chinese company lead in something that's hard tech.
  6. Consumer Electronics Show presents dazzling Chinese creations: CES 2017 has attracted over 3,800 companies worldwide, with 1,300 plus from China
  7. A colorful yet little known snout moth genus from China with five new species
  8. New Geological Map of the Moon Created By Chinese Scientists
  9. Long March 3B launches second TJSW spacecraft for China: China kicked off its 2017 campaign with the successful launch of the second Tongxin Jishu Shiyan Weixing (TJSW) spacecraft from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center
  10. Bionic woman: Chinese robot turns on the charm
  11. DJI and Seagate announce strategic partnership to advance data solutions for the UAV ecosystem: As drone cameras gain resolution and drone flight times grow longer, DJI and Seagate are focusing their efforts to securely and efficiently store, download and share the hundreds of gigabytes of data
  12. This New Computer Wants to Be the Ultimate AI Assistant for the Home: Baidu is teaming up with Chinese consumer tech company Ainemo to launch the device, called Little Fish, which is being positioned as a voice-centric home robot
  13. Is China still leading the graphene race? In addition to having more companies active in the production and sale of graphene than any other country, China also holds about 2/3rds of the global production capacity, according to Fullerex
  14. DJI – INTRODUCING DJI GS PRO
  15. Chinese scientists have built a camera capable of photographing objects it can’t directly see. The trick is to first randomize the light that the pixel detects, record the resulting light intensity, and then repeat this process thousands of times
  16. Baidu joins hands with China’s BAIC Motor Corp. to further develop its intelligent vehicle technology
  17. China to set up gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet: The telescope (Ngari), located 5,250 meters above sea level, will detect and gather precise data on primordial gravitational waves in the Northern Hemisphere. It is expected to be operational by 2021
  18. Chinese humanoid robot turns on the charm in Shanghai: "Jia Jia" can hold a simple conversation and make specific facial expressions when asked, and her creator believes the eerily life-like robot heralds a future of cyborg labour in China
  19. Robotic mannequin by Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Institute of Textiles and Clothing
  20. Biologists Discover New Type of Microbial Photosynthesis: Prof. Beyenal and his colleagues from the United States and China report today on the unique metabolic process seen for the first time in a pair of bacteria (Prosthecochloris aestuarii and Geobacter sulfurreducens)
  21. Chinese commercial space player ExPace sent three small satellites into orbit on a Kuaizhou-1A solid-fuelled rocket as the corporation looks to gain a foothold in the domestic and international launch market
  22. A major breakthrough in 3-D printed medicine could bring hope to nearly 1.8 billion patients with cardiovascular disease. Chinese scientists working for Sichuan Revotek have successfully 3-D printed blood vessels and implanted them in rhesus monkeys
  23. Chinese Tech Company Takes On Microsoft With Super Cheap Tablet
In Economic news
  1. Chinese smartphones gained 40% of Indian market last year: survey Lenovo and Xiaomi took the second and third spots respectively, while India’s domestic brands saw a drop in market share
  2. McDonald's sells China business for $2.9bn
  3. This Chinese Carmaker Hopes to Be the First to Crack the U.S.
  4. Why you shouldn’t believe the horror stories about China’s economy
  5. Alibaba job boom: Jack Ma chats with Trump about how to create 1 million US jobs over 5 years
  6. US Steel Tariffs Against China Are Working: Americans Losing Jobs, Becoming Poorer As A Result
  7. China Ready to Step Up Scrutiny of U.S. Firms If Trump Starts Feud: Sources Options include subjecting well-known U.S. companies or ones with large Chinese operations to tax or antitrust probes. Other possible measures include anti-dumping investigations
  8. Obama got tough on China. It cost U.S. jobs and raised prices: 35% tariff on Chinese tires. Study from Peterson Institute of International Economics found higher prices cost an extra $1.1b, which translated to an estimated 3,731 jobs lost. China's retaliation cost American chicken producers $1b
  9. China logs record outbound investment
  10. China’s Pink Economy Is Leading the Country's Battle for LGBT Rights
  11. Narrowing talent recruitment gap between local and foreign companies in China: Report
  12. China turns to robots as workers age
  13. China banks extend record 12.65 trillion yuan in loans in 2016 as debt worries mount
  14. Trump Concerns Have Hedge Fund Investor Looking to China
  15. The humble ballpoint pen has become a new symbol of China's innovation economy
  16. ANZ sells UDC Finance to China's HNA Group in $628m deal
  17. How debt differs in China, the US and Japan
  18. A Trade War That Cannot Be Won
  19. China Expected to Poach More Taiwan Chip Execs
  20. China's Bitcoin Exchanges Quietly Made Policy Updates Overnight
  21. Finally! China celebrates ballpoint breakthrough
  22. China’s reputation for low-cost manufacturing under attack
  23. REPORT: China will merge media outlets to increase influence 'in the area of financial information'
  24. Hong Kong’s Property Billionaires Are the World's Richest
In Military news
  1. Does China’s deep-sea tech upgrade point to submarine signals network under Pacific? China had deployed hundreds of buoys, including nearly 20 deep anchor points, in the Western ­Pacific since 2014
  2. Report: China Could Have 351 Navy Ships By 2020. Plans to add more YUZHAO LPDs (amphibs which can carry 800 troops, 4 helicopters and 20 armored vehicles), new Type 055 cruiser (equipped with missiles, lasers and rail-gun weapons), HOBEI-glass guided missile patrol boats and JIANGDAO light frigates
  3. Genuinely Domestic Design: Introducing China’s HJ-8 Anti-Tank Missile
  4. Beijing freezes military ties with Seoul
  5. Female Navy Forces Show Strength Aboard China's 1st Aircraft Carrier: Around 100 officers set sail on voyage. Song said 'I believe such a moment highlights all female officers in China's navy. It is relevant to all service women who dedicated themselves for the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation'
  6. China’s third aircraft carrier may soon be in the pipeline: China’s second aircraft carrier, CV-17 is currently at an advanced stage of construction at Dalian Shipbuilding in north-eastern China
  7. Taiwan scrambles jets, navy as China aircraft carrier enters Taiwan Strait
  8. For the first time, a Chinese submarine has docked at a port in Malaysia, signaling deepening military ties between the two countries, which are already partners in the development of the Beijing- led Maritime Silk Road
  9. Chinese bomber flies round contested Spratlys in show of force - U.S. official
  10. China aircraft carrier Liaoning tested
Other Notables
  1. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 curriculum resources: Who came to the United States at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century? Why did they come? What was their experience like when they arrived?
  2. Glass ball turned into egg, Chinese artist displays incredible magic: Chinese artist displays incredible magic in N China's Wuqiao, the birthplace of Chinese acrobatics
  3. Can Internet Slang Develop Traditional Chinese? Many new words and terms appear each year, but linguists are concerned about the impact of Internet slang
  4. The rise, fall, and comeback of the Chinese economy over the last 800 years
  5. Another Chinese Actress in Relationship with Younger Man: Chinese actress Li Bingbing is in a relationship with a man 10 years younger than her. The 43-year-old celebrity admit she is in a relationship with Xu Wennan, an executive at an investment company
  6. If the U.S. withdraws, China wonders whether it is ready to lead the world
  7. Pictures: Group Wedding Ceremony Held in NE China's Heilongjiang
  8. The train route from China to London (used from January 2017) [634 x 440]
  9. Trump May Actually Be The Greatest Gift China Could Ask For In Africa
  10. Shanghai Tower: how China's tallest skyscraper was built
  11. Sweet commercial for the Oppo R9s
  12. A fair review of President Obama’s legacy
  13. The King's Avatar, Tencent 2017 eSports anime series PV
  14. ancient Chinese art featuring American/Japanese pop icons
  15. China's Snow Eagle 601 Aircraft Makes First Landing at Kunlun Station in Antarctica
  16. Lessons in respect at China's Confucius kindergartens
  17. Mythological creatures come alive in Big Fish art
  18. Real patriots see the continuous progress China is making
  19. Chinese-Indian joint archaeological team discovers Chinese cultural relics in India: The Chinese pottery that's been found has been identified as coming from several different provinces and ranging from the 8th century to the 14th century
  20. How ethnicity and religion can influence financial habits: people of Chinese heritage tended to save more than Caucasian counterparts, even low income earners prioritising savings, leading to the conclusion that inherent cultural factors such as Confucianism emphasise frugality and familial concerns
  21. What If China's Money Stream Stops Flowing to Hollywood?
  22. What China’s sexiest grandpa tells us about the country's global plans
  23. China's new topsy-turvy bridge actually has three bridges woven into one
  24. Zhou Youguang, often credited as the "father of (Hanyu) Pinyin", passed away at 111.
  25. Donnie Yen bringing knives to a gunfight
  26. 前进中国 Progressing China 2016
  27. International ice sculptors gather in China for annual festival
  28. Bizarre tale of the Queen, 'Jack' the bonsai tree and a first-class jaunt from China
  29. When all of China goes on vacation at once
  30. Giant panda cubs kick start Chinese New Year 2017 celebrations
  31. Chinese newlyweds make the most of Tasmania's blooming lavender
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