Helen Wong is a Partner at Qiming Ventures, focusing on its internet and consumer practice. She is responsible for the investments in Mobike (bike sharing), Ruhann (influencer ecommerce), Luojisiwei (audio platform), Afu (skincare brand) and serves on the boards of Bingobox (unmanned convenience store), Akulaku (consumer financing in SE Asia), Lagou (online recruitment), Xuebajun (online K12 education), and Helijia (on demand beauty services) and Linqu (crowdsourced delivery). Helen is a long time venture capitalist and had spent 15 years at GGV Capital and Venture TDF.

She was an early investor in Tudou, which listed successfully on the NASDAQ and subsequently merged with Youku at an over $1-billion valuation. She was also involved in the investment of Alibaba, Hurray (acquired by Shanda) and Buchang.

She is a Kauffman Fellow and is a member of the VC class at CEIBS. She received degrees from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, INSEAD, and Oxford University.