GizmoChina is a technical blog about products in China and subculture which includes electronics gadgets, tech knockoffs, and everything else that comes under the genre. GizmoChina does not mean to criticize anything about China, only promise to bring the best stuff to your world of gadgets. We post about a variety of electronics products from the China, as well as all sorts of things gadget geeks might enjoy.
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Shine Wong is the Owner of GizmoChina. He loves technology and oversees the whole website. He has been a part of GC from the start and is responsible for finding innovative ways to engage readers. He knows the ins and outs of the Chinese smartphone market and often talks directly with most manufacturers. He is also an established entrepreneur.
Joel is the Editor-In-Chief at GizmoChina.com. He loves technology and is always hooked on new gadgets. You will often find him browsing through the web for interesting content (mostly sci-fi and tech). He is addicted to movies (mainly action) and loves to read interesting books every once in a while. Feel free to follow him on twitter @jopoepl
Linas is the Lead Reviewer at GizmoChina. He also writes interesting content for the website occasionally. He loves to review new gadgets and always strives to provide quality content of the latest and greatest Chinese tech every day. When not reviewing for Gizmochina, he makes his own video content at his growing YouTube Channel, TechLineHD (youtube.com/c/techlinehd), where he reviews a lot of tech gadgets. Besides that, Linas is a crazy fan of NBA Basketball and his favorite team is Cleveland Cavaliers. He hopes his team wins a championship one day!
Martin is a freelance writer and website developer. A former editor for publications like PC World and Computerworld, he now spends his time writing for his own blog, producing and hosting a YouTube show, playing video games, or watching anime.