Hack The Community - Haidian Internationalization Challenge 革新创客社区 海淀国际化挑战

October 13, 2018, 1:00 AM UTC – October 14, 2018, 1:00 PM UTC

The Hackathon will bring together coding talents from all around the world and together, we want to innovate and create value for Beijing's Startup Community and foster the global scope of its Ecosystem.

About this event

Registration Information!



Dear coders, designers, entrepreneurs, and community builders from Beijing and beyond, we welcome you to join our Community Hackathon on October 13-14 at Innoway in Zhongguancun Beijing.

The Hackathon is a great chance to make OUR startup community even more amazing. Think about what is broken and missing in the startup life? What product and service you want to make your startup life better? This is the time to work on it! Be a part of the 300 energized people all working on improving the ecosystem, for example, building a map showing all relevant players in the BJ startup scene, tools for collaboration, data collection, and whatever you and your team (can form a team at the event) come up with. Compete to create impact, for honor and prizes worth over 70,000 RMB. We will provide 15+ mentors, executive competition judges, diversity, food and a great atmosphere all weekend long. We will finish the weekend by a keynote from Victor Cui, the International CEO from ONE Championship with an inspiring keynote and our award ceremony. We look forward to seeing you there and having a blast together.

Get your ticket for an unforgettable weekend, shape your community and grab prizes worth 70,000+ RMB!


You are a developer, designer, entrepreneur or startup, a professional or student and want to contribute to the Beijing startup ecosystem through your knowledge and skills?

So join us!

We invite you to bring your coding talent & creativity and create impact for our Beijing Startup Ecosystem

together with the expertise of our mentors and judges.

Develop something cool and help to elevate our community! Meet great people, hackers and entrepreneurs and win great prices!

We'll provide you with great mentorship, a great atmosphere for learning something new and keep you energized with food and snacks!


Challenge yourself, improve our startup COMMUNITY and win prizes worth over 70,000 RMB and Google Cloud credits worth 20,000 USD.


Challenge 1 - Powered by WeWork Labs

Develop an interactive map of Beijing's Startup Ecosystem.

Make something innovative and help to create great communication and connection within Beijing's Startup Community.


20,000 RMB and 3 hot desks (for 3 months) at WeWork Labs

Challenge 2 - Powered by HP

Build an application, a mini program, or any other solution to improve the information flow between our Community Partners as well as Outsiders looking to obtain information about Beijing’s Start-up Ecosystem.

Show us your hacking skills and make our information exchange fluent and transparent for everyone.


10,000 RM and 3 hot desks (for 3 months) at P2·e world space (11 Zhongguancun Road)

Challenge 3

Create a solution that helps foreign and Chinese Start-ups internationalize out of Beijing.

Let us bring Beijing to the world and help us hack its way!


5,000 RMB and exclusively access to Google Cloud credits worth $20,000 (USD) via People Squared

Challenge 4 (open ended)

Come up with any solution that elevates the Beijing Start-up Community.

Challenge yourself and your entrepreneurial spirit! No restrictions! No limits! Show us your pure creativity & innovative strength to help our ecosystem flourish.


5000 RMB and 3 hot desks (for 3 months) at P2·e world space (11 Zhongguancun Road)

Challenge 5

Let's prevent Entrepreneurs and Change Leaders from burnouts.

We give you access to our world leading Emotion AI (API) and you and your team build a “Personal Mood/Energy Genie” APP. The APP should help change leaders around the world to -






Expand your imagination to create a brilliant EQ Genie to help leaders to be the best of them so they can transform their talent & passion to make the world a better place.


15,000 RMB


October 13 - 14, 2018

Sat 9 am - Sun 7 pm

Innoway, 48 Haidian West Street, Haidian District, Beijing


Day 1 Saturday (October 13)

9:00 AM

Doors Open & Breakfast Snack

10:00 AM

Opening Ceremony, Sponsor Welcomes & Team Building

11:00 AM

Coding Kick Off

1:00 PM


7:00 PM


8:00 PM

Pitch Workshop

11:00 PM

Midnight snack

*Venue open overnight

Day 2 Sunday (October 14)

8:00 AM

Light Breakfast

12:00 PM


3:00 PM

Code Freeze & Submission Deadline on YouNoodle.com

3:30 PM

A/V Check

4:00 PM


5:30 PM

Startup Grind Sharing from VIP guest Victor Cui: topic e.g. how to grow a passionate community / how winners (sportsmen and startups) are made

6:00 PM

Winners are Announced / Prizes!

6:30 PM

Q&A with Victor and after event drinks + VIP Cocktails


We know some rules are meant to be broken, but you should probably stick to these (definitely read them!)

1. Fresh Code

We all start coding at the same time. It's cool to work on design beforehand, digital mockups, open source frameworks and anything else available to everyone, but keep things within fair limits.

2. Code Review

Winning teams may be subject to a code- review at some point following the event or immediately before winning. This is to ensure that all code used is in fact fresh.

3. Ownership and IP

You own your IP and whatever you create. Simple as that.

4. Team Size

No more than five people.

5. Submissions

Each hackathon has its individual YouNoodle.com page where projects need to be submitted by the designated time. You'll receive an email with instructions on how to do just that.

6. Demos

You'll have 2 minutes to demo the functionality of your project and talk through your ideas and 1 minute for Q&A from judges.

7. Be cool to your fellow hackers!


How is the Hackathon judged?

Projects will be judged based on the following criteria with a total of 5 points per criteria:


How fundable is this idea? Is there potential for a sustainable business model?


How well was the project executed and explained? Did it work?


Beyond design, was the end-to-end user experience for the solution considered?


How original, creative or unique is the idea?


How scalable is this solution? Will it make an impact?

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