The Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen One Day Left to Purchase!

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Time is running out to support Andrew Huang’s Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen crowdfunding campaign. The book gives those who don’t speak Mandarin the ability to communicate with vendors. Consider Andrew (Bunnie) Huang’s latest book, The Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen a Rosetta Stone of sorts for Makers, DIYers, and hackers. Shenzhen, China is one of the world’s largest epicenters for electronics and manufacturing. Lots of electronic component was manufactured there for all kinds of projects. If you ever need a useful sourcing tool in Shenzhen market, it will the best choice for you!

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Saige (SEG) Electronics Market Plaza Huaqiangbei

Huaqiangbei Commercial Shopping Area

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Hi Wendy, The book is

Hi Wendy,

The book is misleading,  the content of the book is just some basic translation from English to Putonghua. There are no Electronics Parts guidelines, such as capacitors, resistors, diode, triac, schematic diagram etc. The book is just a combination of a map, a small pocket to place a name card, an intruction going to the border and some chinese translation which can be available online using, baidu or google. And the price is way to expensive. 

It is NOT an essential guide to Electronic. It is a map guide going to Saige and some basic translation. It is totally misleading and please do not fool your customers. 



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