?The portrait of an entrepreneur who is too far sighted, too arbitrary, too quiet and too realistic. On the night after pinduoduo went public, Huang Zheng held a 2-hour staff meeting - the only one so far except for the annual meeting. More than 2111 employees are allowed to enter the site without pens or cell phones. The problems are written on paper. The first few questions are: "will there be a weekend after listing?" Huang Zheng replied, "No." The scene fell silent. "Is there an option?" As soon as the second question came out, there was thunderous applause at the scene. On the day of listing, the office with bright lights into the night finally has a lively atmosphere of celebration. But Huang Zheng replied simply, "No." At this time, Huang Zheng giggles, his body shrinks, his hands clenching the microphone root. At this time, he is approachable and s加拿大28孔明大古预测 hows an inhuman side. Unlike the "open" mainstream culture in the Internet era, pinduoduo is a company with relatively closed and even tense culture - it does not encourage employees to communicate with the outside world, and its information authority is extremely limited - and the Internet generation, which emphasizes individual needs and free will, may be difficult to understand and accept. At the same time, Huang Zheng, the maker of pinduoduo's future strategy, was invisible in the public vision during the time when the share price rose to 51% above the issue price. If you can keep a low profile, you are ready to be incomprehensible - not only employees, but also the industry and investors. A foreign media wrote: "if you can explain pinduoduo, the stock price can be four times the book value of the peers, and the cash flow can be 241 times, I will invite you to dinner and open a bottle of champagne for you.