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16 Aug 2017

The WeChat Way to Business Success

As we know, times are hard now and everyone is looking for ways to increase sales with zero cost. Today I shall talk about using WeChat.

As we know, WeChat is a free tool, not just for messaging, but for the following business functions:
  1. Mini-site. WeChat has an Official Account that any business can set up, free-of-charge.  You can get people to follow your Official Account, and they will receive your daily broadcast of up to 8 articles.  Your Official Account allows you to have 15 pages, and you can include pages like your contacts, your products, Q & A, videos and promotions
  2. Payment Gateway. Yes, you don't need to pay hefty fees to Paypal to accept payments from your customers and make payments to your vendors. Simply use WeChat Wallet, with just 0.6% as fees (vs PayPal 3%) and you can accept customers payments in seconds with anyone anywhere in this world
  3. Bulk Direct Messaging.  You can send direct messages, including marketing messages, to people using WeChat Broadcast. It allows you to send unlimited messages every day of up to 200 people in one single broadcast
  4. Answer Enquiries.  WeChat Official Account allows you to automate your inquiries by sending automated answers to common inquiries
  5. Look for New Customers.  As we know, customers will first appear as prospects. To add prospects, you can use 8 ways to add people into your WeChat contacts. After that, you can direct messages to them via Broadcast Message or send them articles via Official Account
  6. Branding.  You can brand yourself under 5 different WeChat Official Accounts
  7. Manage crowds.  Imagine you have hundreds of people coming to your exhibition booth. How can you instantly add them to your contacts?  Use WeChat Groups. Simply create a private group and you can add up to 200 people within 3 seconds. You can use Radar to add people within 1,000 metres of your location
  8. Send Files and Information to people. WeChat supports all types of files from pdf to jpeg. You can send and receive information instantly without the use of computers
  9. Do Searches on WeChat.  One can instantly do searches on WeChat, which captures all information in Official Accounts, Private Messages, and Broadcast Messages.  Think of this as a mini Google in your phone, just that this search engine includes messages! 
  10. Close sales and collect payments. Yes, WeChat gives you instant ways to receive orders and payments from your customers via WeChat Wallet, Messages, Moments and Official Account.
  11. Update people.  Using Moments, this way of update is almost the same as Newsfeeds in FaceBook, except it is using less data and memory. Plus, WeChat controls spamming, so it saves you from useless feeds unlike Facebook.
Written by Andy Ng. The next WeChat Power course is on 19 August 2017 Saturday 10 am to 12.30 pm.  Fee is $50 for one or $80 for 2.  Details are at

Intro to People Management with 36 Stratagems

13 Aug 2017

How this most mis-understood book could help you solve ALL your problems

Watch this 1-minute video at here
Mention "36 Stratagems" 三十六计 and most people will say one of the following:
  • Is this another name for the Art of War military classic 孙子兵法 written by Sun Tzu, a 484 BCE military strategist from China?
  • Isn't this a very old book?
  • This must be one of the chapters inside the Art of War book, right?
  • This is Sun Tzu's second book
Of course none of the above is true.  The 36 Stratagems is another book, with origins unknown, and no known authors as it was written by many people over several centuries. The last chapter "Escape is the Best" was first mentioned more than 1,000 years ago, but the form we know today is quite recent. 

The current format that we know was only officially published in China (under the government's direction) in 1961.  Thus in a way The 36 Stratagems is a relatively new book. 

Today most scholars agree that the Thirty-Six Stratagems is likely a collection of idiomatic expressions taken from popular Chinese folklore, history, and myths.  Sometime in the early Qing dynasty some enterprising editors collected them together and published them in the form that comes down to us today.

The Thirty-Six Stratagems is divided into a preface and six chapters containing six stratagems each.  The first three chapters generally describe tactics for use in advantageous situations, whereas the last three chapters contain stratagems that are more suitable for disadvantageous situations. The 36 Stratagems is related to 36 battle scenarios in Chinese history and folklore, predominantly of the Warring States period and Three Kingdoms period of ancient China. Watch video at here
Although this book has less than 1,000 words, it contains wisdom that the Chinese believe can solve all of the world's problems.  In my training, I welcome my participants to give me any problem in the world and I could on the spot, use one or a combination of the stratagems to solve the problems. 
Some scholars think that although this book appears to be simple and short, it is actually harder to understand and apply than Sun Tzu's Art of War.  In reality, out of The 36 Stratagems, 29 stratagems quoted Yi-Jing 易经 (or I-Ching), another ancient book written 3,000 years ago. In a way, The 36 Stratagems could be an extension of the Yi-Jing concepts. 
All the 36 Stratagems are laid out in brief Chinese proverbs.  To-date, no English translation can catch the real meaning of it, but I Andy Ng managed to do a modern translation. My translation is by means perfect, but it nevertheless explains the meaning and not just the word-by-word translation.  Many of my students commented that my translation makes it easy to understand. 
Please refer to the picture at the bottom of this article for the complete list of the 36 Stratagems and my English Translations. Note that the 36 stratagems are divided into 6 categories:
  1. Stratagems when you're in winning positions
  2. Stratagems for confrontation
  3. Stratagems for attack
  4. Stratagems in confused situations
  5. Stratagems to gain ground
  6. Stratagems in desperate situations
Before you find this too taxing, I simplify The 36 Stratagems into just 3 Stratagems:
  1. Stratagems of Ying Yang Balance: Stratagems number 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34 and 35
  2. Stratagems of Indirect and Gradual: Stratagems number 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 17, 22, 26 and 28
  3. Stratagems of Wu Wei Inaction: Stratagems number 4, 9, 16, 27, 32 and 36
In other words, you can just remember that there are just 3 wisdom lessons of the Chinese and all the 36 stratagems fall under these 3 wisdom lessons:
  1. Ying Yang Balance: everything in this world is about a balance of the opposites Ying and Yang, with Ying being weak (or dark) and Yang being strong (or bright). 
  2. Indirect and Gradual: the Chinese believe that it is wiser to be indirect than direct, and better to solve problems in a gradual manner than a drastic manner.  In other words, everything is evolving and not be obvious and direct to most people
  3. Wu Wei Inaction: Inaction is about not taking action when conditions are not ready, inaction may appear to be no action but in reality, all the action is happening inside the mind. For example, when two persons quarrel, taking inaction may appear to be quiet or submissive, when in fact you are strategising and planning in your mind 
But we at Asia Trainers go one step further. We help you apply the stratagems in your daily work, including people management and leadership, sales and customer service. 
Today let's focus on People Management with The 36 Stratagems. 
Generally, people management has 4 functions:
  • Attracting talents
  • Motivating and Inspiring people
  • Resolving people issues
  • Retaining talents
When we go through the 36 stratagems, our application will be on the above 4 functions. To know more about People Management with The 36 Stratagems, come for the world's first blended learning:
  • Date: 18 August 2017 Friday
  • Tiem: 12.45 pm to 3 pm
  • Venue: Institute of Adult Learning, 11 Eunos Road 8, #05-03
  • Fee: FREE as this is fully sponsored by the Insitute of Adult Learning, a unit of WDA
You need to bring your tablet or notebook for this course as this is a blended learning. To see details of this course and do a free registration, click here

Written by Andy Ng, Chief Trainer Coach at Asia Trainers  

8 Aug 2017

The Happiness Track

The following story is excerpted from TIME's special edition, The Science of Happiness.

Whether you’re a web designer, teacher, firefighter or Army officer, you are encouraged to keep checking things off the to-do list, amassing accomplishments and focusing your efforts on the future. There’s always something more you can do to further yourself at work: an extra project or responsibility you can take on, more schooling you can complete to ensure a promotion, or an additional investment to wager on just in case. There’s always that co-worker who is putting in longer hours, showing you that you too can and should do more. And so you strive nonstop to exceed your goals, constantly playing catch-up with your ambitious to-do list.

Why? Because you live by the faulty theory that if you want to succeed, you need to continually be getting things done and moving on to the next goal as quickly as possible. Your mind is always on the next task, the next accomplishment, the next person you need to talk to. In the process, you sacrifice the present—forgoing personal happiness, enduring negative feelings and tremendous stress—because you believe the eventual payoff is worth it. As a consequence, you get caught up in frantic and anxious workaholism. You may find yourself asking, “What am I doing right now to help reach my future goals?” If you’re not asking yourself this question, then your manager, partner or colleagues probably are. And if your answer is “nothing,” you may feel bad. Thus the need to constantly be doing something to improve yourself.

You’re caught up in the compulsion to constantly achieve, always adding meat to your bio and feathers to your cap. You haven’t finished one task before your mind is on to the next one. You work hard to clear things off your to-do list and then immediately fill it up again. You might be working on a presentation or article, but your mind is already on the topic you will cover in the next one. Even at home, you might be doing dishes, but your mind is making a mental list of other chores you need to tackle.

This tendency to focus on getting things done is, of course, not categorically negative—accomplishments are good things! Yet when everyone embraces the view that each minute is an opportunity to accomplish more and move ahead, you get caught up in this perspective and don’t stop to question whether it’s working for you. And you may even pride yourself on your willpower.

The problem comes, however, when we keep delaying our happiness in favor of getting more things done so that we can be even happier later—or so we think. This delaying process can go on forever, turning into workaholism, which damages the very success and happiness we are seeking.

The reason we are so hooked on getting things done is that we believe the payoff that comes from achievements—an award or a larger savings account—will ultimately lead to the biggest payoff of all: happiness. But it doesn’t. We have the illusion that the success, fame, money—fill in the blank—that we are chasing will bring us some kind of lasting fulfillment. We often expect that we’ll be happy when we get this or that project over with. For example, you might think that if you work like a maniac, you’ll get a sought-after promotion with a big raise, which will ease your financial anxieties at home, and once that anxiety is gone . . . well, you’ll finally be happy. But there are major problems with constantly trying to get things done and focusing on the next thing: doing so ironically prevents you from being as successful as you want to be and wreaks havoc on body and mind. From the outside, we may look like we have it all, but on the inside, we are burned out, not performing to our highest level, and feeling miserable both emotionally and physically, while our relationships suffer.

Paradoxically, slowing down and focusing on what is happening in front of you right now—being present instead of always having your mind on the next thing—will make you much more successful. Expressions like “live in the moment” or “carpe diem” sound like clichés, yet science backs them up robustly. Research shows that remaining present—rather than constantly focusing on what you have to do next—will make you more productive and happier and, moreover, will give you that elusive quality we attribute to the most successful people: charisma.

Given the demands of this day and age and the pervasiveness of technology, you inevitably experience multiple personal and professional demands at any one time: you may be in a meeting at work but also watching for incoming texts from your spouse, who needs a ride home, or you may be finishing a work document while keeping an eye on emails so you can respond to a client right away. Some workplaces expect you to be on top of your inbox at all times of the day. Even when there is no urgency involved, multitasking has become a way of life. You have become used to checking your phone while working while spending time with your family, and even at the gym and during vacations.

Multitasking, instead of helping us accomplish more things faster, actually keeps us from doing anything well. When you are performing any individual task, if you are able to give it your undivided attention, you will accomplish it far more efficiently and quickly while also enjoying the process.

When we are caught up in multitasking or preoccupied with the next thing we need to cross off the to-do list, not only are we harming our performance, we may be harming our well-being. One study found that the more people engaged in media multitasking (from word processing to text messaging and email), the higher their anxiety and depression levels tended to be. If you are constantly being pulled in several different directions, it is only natural that you will feel more stressed and overwhelmed.

On the other hand, research shows that when we are completely in tune with what we are doing, we more fully enjoy that activity. Moreover, being completely present allows us to enter a state of complete absorption that is extremely productive. Think of a time when you were faced with a project you were dreading. You knew it would involve a lot of effort; maybe you kept putting it off. Once you started, however—perhaps finally egged on by an impending deadline—you became engaged and the project just flowed. You found that you actually enjoyed the process. You became highly productive because you focused completely on the task at hand. Instead of being stressed about the future and having your attention pulled in different directions, you got the work done and done well, and you were happy to boot.

According to a study of 5,000 people by psychologists Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert of Harvard University, adults spend only about 50% of their time in the present moment. In other words, we are mentally checked out half of the time. In addition to measuring when people’s minds were wandering, the scientists collected information on happiness levels. They found that when we are in the present moment, we are also at our happiest, no matter what we are doing. In other words, even if you are engaging in an activity you usually find unpleasant, you are happier when you are 100% consumed in that activity than when you are thinking about something else while doing so.

Why does the present make us happy? Because we fully experience the things going on around us. Instead of getting caught up in a race to accomplish more things faster, we slow down and are actually with the people we are with, immersed in the ideas being discussed and fully engaged in our projects.

By being present, you will enter a state of flow that is highly productive and will become more charismatic, making people around you feel understood and supported. You will have good relationships, which are one of the biggest predictors of success and happiness.
Bring your mind into the present

Bringing your mind back into the present can seem daunting. Let’s face it—it won’t be easy to undo a habit you’When you notice that your mind is going toward future-oriented thoughts, you can choose not to follow the train of thought—instead, you can nudge your mind back into the present. Let’s say you are working at your desk, playing with your child or having dinner with your spouse, and you notice that your mind is somewhere else. Of course, this isn’t the first time your mind has wandered away from the present, but when you first consciously observe this pattern, it can be a little disturbing for you. You might have thoughts like “Wow, here I am with my loved ones and I can’t focus on them at all.” But this awareness is a key first step.

Try reorienting your attention fully on what is going on in front of you. This exercise is not easy at first, but, like working a muscle, you can strengthen your ability to stay present by repeating this exercise over and over again. Like learning a sport, it takes training. So this and the following five exercises, when done regularly, can help you be present more easily.
Take a technology fast

One of the greatest exercises in presence and joy is to spend a half-day or whole day on a technology fast, ideally in nature, without a schedule. That means no screen time. None. Let your mind rest and relax. Take aimless walks. Contemplate the sky. This may feel strange at first, and you may even start to be antsy or anxious because you are unaccustomed to not “doing” anything. It may even make you uncomfortable, but see if you can move past that state. It’s just a phase. The mind takes some time to settle down. You can learn to relax your mind. The quality of your life and work depends on it.

Being ambitious and having goals is essential. To actually achieve those goals to the best of your ability, however, you need to try your best to remain present. Being present allows you to find fulfillment in the moment, in the task at hand—rather than in some distant future, after you have achieved everything and ticked every last task off your list.

When you slow down and focus 100% on the tasks you are working on or the people you are with, then everything becomes joyful, even the mundane. That joy, in turn, leads you to perform better, be more productive, become charismatic and build better relationships.
Try your best to be consciously present

Start with a 10-minute exercise. For example, if you have a PowerPoint presentation to prepare or are working on filing your taxes, experiences you dislike or want to get over with as fast as possible, see if you can give them your full attention instead. Use these otherwise tedious activities as great opportunities to train your attention. You may find that you even start to enjoy them. Notice when you get the itch to distract yourself by surfing the Web or checking your phone and practice focusing exclusively on the task at hand.

Outside of work, take the time to watch the sunset, brush your pet or do your errands without texting, talking on the phone or occupying yourself with planning at the same time. The more you practice being present with your activities, the more being present becomes a habit. It’s not about how quickly you chop the vegetables or how soon you can get dinner put together. It’s about the act of chopping itself: Find pleasure in cutting the vegetables evenly, for example. Notice every detail.
Try meditation

Meditation can help you cultivate a state of calm and quiet in your mind, displacing the cycle of desire and anxiety that comes with chasing the future. Research shows that experienced meditators have less brain activity in areas related to mind wandering.

There are many forms of meditation. Find the one that is right for you. If you are not drawn to meditation as a way of calming down and centering yourself, there are other activities, such as yoga, yoga-based breathing exercises, tai chi or walking quietly in nature, that can help settle your thoughts. Find the activity that allows you to settle your mind, your thoughts, your emotions and your desires so that you become grounded in the present. And if you decide you do want to try a sitting meditation, don’t worry: You’re allowed to do it in a chair, or anywhere else you feel comfortable.
Focus on your breath

An age-old and effective practice for bringing the mind back into the present is to focus your attention on one thing, for example on your breath. When you find your mind wandering, take a deep breath in; as you breathe out, let go of your thoughts—as if you were consciously exhaling them—and bring your attention back to the present. You may have to do this exercise repeatedly, whenever you become caught up in a flurry of thoughts.

Another breathing exercise that research shows help strengthen your attention is breath counting. Count each breath you take, and when you reach 10, start over. While this exercise may not sound very exciting, research shows that it increases your ability to pay attention and stay in the present moment.
Truly experience pleasure

Here’s a fun one. When you feel pleasure, close your eyes and be 100% present with that pleasure. Whether it is emotional (such as love) or sensual (food or touch or sound), savor the sensation or experience completely. Instead of reading while you eat, savor your food, for example. Research shows that learning to bask in your pleasurable experiences helps to extend the feeling. Not only will you enjoy pleasurable experiences all the more, you may have fewer cravings for more because your experiences are more satisfying.

From the book The Happiness Track: How to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate Your Success, by Emma Seppälä, Ph.D. Copyright © 2016 by Emma Seppälä. Published by arrangement with HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins had for years. The first step is awareness.

7 Aug 2017

Robots and Your Job

In a recent interview the MD of Daimler Benz (Mercedes Benz) said their competitors are no longer other car companies but Tesla (obvious), Google, Apple, Amazon .

Software will disrupt most traditional industries in the next 5-10 years.  

Uber is just a software tool, they don't own any cars, and are now the biggest taxi company in the world

Airbnb is now the biggest hotel company in the world, although they don't own any properties.  

Artificial Intelligence: Computers become exponentially better in understanding the world. This year, a computer beat the best Go player in the world,  10 years earlier than expected.

In the US, young lawyers already don't get jobs. Because of IBM Watson, you can get legal advice (so far for more or less basic stuff) within seconds, with 90% accuracy compared with 70% accuracy when done by humans.

So if you study law, stop immediately. There will be 90% less lawyers in the future, only specialists will remain. 

Watson already helps nurses diagnosing cancer, 4 times more accurate than human nurses. Facebook now has a pattern recognition software that can recognize faces better than humans. In 2030, computers will become more intelligent than humans.

Autonomous cars: In 2018 the first self driving cars will appear for the public. Around 2020, the complete industry will start to be disrupted. You  don't want to own a car anymore. You will call a car with your phone, it will show up at your location and drive you to your destination. You will not need to park it, you only pay for the driven distance and can be productive while driving. Our kids will  never get a driver's licence and will never own a car.

It will change the cities, because we will need 90-95% less cars for that. We can transform former parking spaces into parks. 1.2 million people die  each year in car accidents worldwide. We now have one accident every 60,000 miles (100,000 km), with autonomous driving that will drop to one accident in 6 million miles (10 million km). That will save a million lives each year.

Most car companies will probably become bankrupt. Traditional car companies try the evolutionary approach and just build a better car, while tech companies (Tesla, Apple, Google) will do the revolutionary approach and build a computer on wheels.

Many engineers from Volkswagen and Audi; are completely terrified of Tesla.

Insurance companies will have massive trouble because without accidents, the insurance will become 100x cheaper. Their car insurance business model  will disappear.

Real estate will change. Because if you can work while you commute, people will move further away to live in a more beautiful neighborhood.

Electric cars will become mainstream about 2020. Cities will be less noisy because all new cars will run on electricity. Electricity will become incredibly cheap and clean: Solar production has been on an exponential curve for 30 years, but you can now see the burgeoning impact. 

Last year, more solar energy was installed worldwide than fossil. Energy companies are desperately trying to limit access to the grid to prevent competition from home solar installations, but that can't last. Technology will take care of that strategy.

With cheap electricity comes cheap and abundant water. Desalination of salt water now only needs 2kWh per cubic meter (@ 0.25 cents). We don't have  scarce water in most places, we only have scarce drinking water. Imagine what will be possible if anyone can have as much clean water as he wants, for nearly no cost.  

Health:    The Tricorder X price will be announced this year. There are companies who will build a medical device (called the "Tricorder" from Star Trek)  that works with your phone, which takes your retina scan, your blood sample and you breath into it.

It then analyses 54 biomarkers that will identify nearly any disease. It will be cheap, so in a few years everyone on this planet will have access to world class medical analysis, nearly for free. Goodbye, medical establishment.

3D printing: The price of the cheapest 3D printer came down from $18,000 to $400 within 10 years. In the same time, it became 100 times faster. All  major shoe companies have already started 3D printing shoes.

Some spare airplane parts are already 3D printed in remote airports. The space station now has a printer that eliminates the need for the large amount of spare parts they used to have in the past.

At the end of this year, new smart phones will have 3D scanning possibilities.    You can then 3D scan your feet and print your perfect shoe at home.  

In China, they already 3D printed and built a complete 6-storey office building.    By 2027, 10% of everything that's being produced will be 3D printed.

Business opportunities: If you think of a niche you want to go in, ask yourself: "in the future, do you think we will have that?" and if the answer  is yes, how can you make that happen sooner?

If it doesn't work with your phone, forget the idea. And any idea designed for success in the 20th century is doomed to failure in the 21st century.

Work:  70-80% of jobs will disappear in the next 20 years. There will be a lot of new jobs, but it is not clear if there will be enough new jobs in such a small time.

Agriculture:   There will be a $100 agricultural robot in the future. Farmers in 3rd world countries can then become managers of their field instead of working all day on their fields.

Aeroponics will need much less water. The first Petri dish produced veal, is now available and will be cheaper than cow produced veal in 2018. Right now, 30% of all agricultural surfaces is used for cows. Imagine if we don't need that space anymore. There are several startups who will bring insect protein to the market shortly. It contains more protein than meat. It will be labelled as "alternative protein source" (because most people still reject the idea of eating insects).

There is an app called "moodies" which can already tell in which mood you're in.  By 2020 there will be apps that can tell by your facial expressions, if you are lying. Imagine a political debate where it's being displayed when they're telling the truth and when they're not.

Bitcoin may even become the default reserve currency ... Of the world!

Longevity:  Right now, the average life span increases by 3 months per year. Four years ago, the life span used to be 79 years, now it's 80 years. The increase itself is increasing and by 2036, there will be more than one year increase per year. So we all might live for a long long time, probably way more than 100.

Education:  The cheapest smart phones are already at $10 in Africa and Asia. By 2020, 70% of all humans will own a smart phone. That means, everyone  has the same access to world class education.

Every child can use Khan academy for everything a child needs to learn at school in First World countries. There have already been releases of software in Indonesia and soon there will be releases in Arabic, Suaheli and Chinese this summer. I can see enormous potential if we give the English app for free, so that children in Africa and everywhere else can become fluent in English and that could happen within half a year.

Must read article on how our lives will change dramatically in 20 years by CEO of Mercedes

How I Turn from Failure to Success with WeChat

When the market is tough, we turn to other markets.  

Today's biggest market is of course China.

To communicate with the people from China, we need to use WeChat.

Not just use WeChat for messaging, but use WeChat to market ourselves through the following ways:
  1. Broadcast: you can send unlimited messages to your contacts with the cap of 200 people at any one time
  2. Moments: you can always post what you are good at in Moments to build up your brand
  3. Sending messages directly to people
  4. WeChat Official Account to do daily broadcast and marketing.
In short, WeChat is the first and essential step if you too want to market to people from China.

5 Aug 2017

China Rising and You

Since 1798, the world has been talking about how to ride on the boom of China. In the 1840s, China had 400 million people, and this was the largest and richest country in Asia. Every nation from Germany to USA talk about leveraging on China.

In 2017, China is no more rising. China has already risen. Today China is the world's largest market for luxury goods, fast cars, mobile phones, and now social media. WeChat has over 1.3 billion accounts in China. As at May 2017, there are 937.8 million daily active users on WeChat, of which over 90% are from China.

You may wonder how you too can leverage on China's power? Start with social media. No, you don't have to open QQ account and start blogging. You can start using WeChat. WeChat has the following 21 functions that few people know: 

  1. Your mobile number is never revealed even if people add you on their contacts in WeChat 
  2. You can always use another name on WeChat 
  3. People cannot contact you directly on WeChat unless they add you personally, even if you are part of a group that you may not know 
  4. You can recall and delete a WeChat message (in the system) within 2 minutes of sending 
  5. WeChat has an Instant Translate function that serves 27 languages and still growing 
  6. There are 8 ways to add friends on WeChat, of which only one requires mobile number
  7. There is a sticker gallery to send to friends
  8. You can open a WeChat Wallet to transfer and receive money without any charges 
  9. WeChat Wallet can be linked to your bank account, and all transfers to and from the bank account and WeChat Wallet are free, except for amounts above RMB 1,000, which attracts a fee of 0.1% 
  10. You can happily receive limitless photos and videos on WeChat because they are not downloaded into your phone, saving you phone storage space 
  11. WeChat is fully integrated with Linked-in and QQ 
  12. WeChat Call Out (VoIP to call landlines and mobile)
  13. You can share and download music freely via WeChat QQ Music 
  14. Only your friends can read what you post on WeChat Moments. Friends of friends cannot read your posts or contact you directly, unlike FaceBook and Linked-in 
  15. Everyone knows that WeChat is not an app but a Super App as it combines apps like Taxis, Banking, Cinemas, Charities, Air Tickets, Rail Tickets, Utility, Telecom bills and Traffic fines 
  16. WeChat has a useful Heatmap function, which shows crowd density 
  17. Yes, you can use WeChat to perform searches without Baidu or Google, and WeChat has an Index that shows the popularity of searches on WeChat 
  18. There is an internal QR code scanner built into your WeChat App 
  19. WeChat is backed by Tencent Technologies, which is currently the highest valuation company in China, and Tencent's share price is now at a record high (above HKD 316) 
  20. Any registered business can open a WeChat Official Account for free, and you can use this Official Account to do daily broadcast, marketing, e-commerce, accept payments, receive orders and connect with more followers 
  21. Yes, you can make payments to any vendor using WeChat Wallet. Vendors only pay 0.1% of transaction fee on such services
If you too want to leverage on WeChat, come for this course at a time limit special offer of only $30, details at here