Taiwan student benefits from Peking University VC hookup

Want China Times
Date: 2015-04-07
By: Lan Hsiao-wei and Staff Reporter

A Taiwanese student studying in China is hoping to score 100,000 yuan (US$16,100) of angel

Fried chicken at a night market in Taipei. (Photo/Liu Tsung-lung)

Fried chicken at a night market in Taipei. (Photo/Liu Tsung-lung)

investment to start his fried chicken and fried rice ball business, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Want Daily.

Kuo Han’s business plan for selling the two sancks, popular in Taiwan, was voted the best in his class and he now stands to become a company owner by August at the earliest if the plan comes to fruition.

Kuo, 25, said he would have no choice but to borrow from the bank if he were in Taiwan, but Taiwanese banks are not likely to lend money to a student.     [FULL  STORY]

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