TaoBao ShenZhen SF Express Delivery Time
Jukebox Mike wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:18 am
I have done just that. Problem is they come from China and I do not
expect to receive it for another 5 weeks
Ah, I usually place my TaoBao order to the ShenZhen factory direct or its flagship shop, and any order before 3pm usually shipped same day 5pm, and arrived next day evening.
So I have heard many couldn't-wait-any-longer guys actually move to ZhenShen, ...
16mm waterproof metal button switch, push on/release off or latch for power 250V/5A and LED 6V/12V/24/V220V/ Blue/Green/Red/Yellow ¥10 - 15
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1 ... dmg8j26111
MIT Innovation Node in Hong Kong - MIT 2015Nov09
Innovation Node aims to help students
learn how to move ideas more rapidly from lab to market.
Increased opportunities for MIT students
to conduct research ... focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship; internships at companies in the region; and the formation of a makerspace and startup programs for student entrepreneurs.
In preparing for a career in today’s global innovation economy, MIT
need an education that presents a global outlook on the challenges and opportunities in innovation and entrepreneurship
Major reason why MIT
chose to establish an Innovation Node in Hong Kong is because it provides ready access to a unique manufacturing infrastructure that encourages rapid prototyping and scale-up.
About an hour’s commute from Hong Kong’s Central District lies Shenzhen, a city home to many scientists and engineers — and fast, low-volume manufacturing.
“Manufacturers in Shenzhen have mastered the ability to take a prototype device to unit quantities of hundreds overnight,
“This unparalleled speed of small quantity manufacturing is unique to Shenzhen.”
will learn hands-on lessons in designing and manufacturing for commercialization, giving students
access and experience with this capability educates them in how to move more quickly from idea to product.”
will also be linked to opportunities along the Greater Pearl River Delta, a network of roughly a dozen major cities in southern China — including Hong Kong and Shenzhen — that serve as innovation hubs and economic drivers for the country.
Many MIT-based startups, in fact, already travel to Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta region to prototype and produce devices ...