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Future\Perfect Ventures: A 2015 Recap

“Be the change you want to see in the world”   This is one of my life’s mantras. Words are not enough – action is what matters.   As I reflected on FPV’s first full year of operation, I thought Read more…


Disrupting VC

As a venture capitalist, I am always looking for highly innovative, disruptive businesses. Ones that challenge the status quo, that aim to make a significant difference in the way we do and look at things. When I left Omidyar at Read more…


Web 3.0+: The Hyperconnected Global Internet

The title of this blog comes from a presentation I did at last year’s Web 2.0 conference in NYC, in September 2010. I overviewed the growth of the global internet and penetration, noting that the future of the Web was Read more…


NYC 3.0

Now that I’m back full time in NYC, I decided to run for the Board of NY Tech Meetup, a dynamic community of 20,000 entrepreneurs, investors, developers, designers and people interested in tech.  Founded in 2004, it has grown in Read more…


A Glimpse: My American Dream

When I looked at my inbox this morning, I had emails from six organizations I have advised/worked with over the past couple of years (including Astia and Techstars) announcing their partnership with the White House’s Startup America initiative. And, lest Read more…


Immigrants and the Startup Visa

About a month ago, I was honored by the Asian American Development group, a nonprofit organization based in NYC, as one as a Top 50 Asian American in Business. The room was filled with inspiring young leaders throughout the country, Read more…


a new dawn…

A year ago, I registered this domain with the intent of starting a blog but life intervened and I never got around to it.  Back then I don’t think any of us could have envisioned the different reality we live Read more…