A little over a year ago, Alibaba announced it would acquire a large stake in Tencent.

But as we reported at the time, that deal had a lot of downside risks.

And as Alibaba has become a major force in China, the news of Tencent and Alibaba’s deal has sparked a number of questions about how the two companies will integrate into one.

In an interview with Bloomberg News, Tencent CEO Wences Casares talked about how China’s “big three” — Tencent, Bamboo and Alibaba — will work together.

“We’re going to be able to do things together.

We’re going be able do things more easily,” Casares said.

“And the first time that happens is we’re going get some really great talent.

We’ve got a great set of people that we’ve been recruiting in the last two years.”

Alibaba’s acquisition of Tenecent was originally supposed to be the start of a $2.2 billion acquisition, but it was ultimately pushed back to the fall of 2017, at which point Tencent said it was focused on a different strategic direction for the company.

The deal is expected to close sometime this year, though we expect it to take longer.

Tencent acquired Bamboo for $1.2 trillion in 2017, and the company is now looking to increase its presence in the Chinese market.

Tenecen, which Casares leads, is also building a larger and more ambitious platform that will allow it to leverage its expertise in mobile to reach more users and businesses in the country.

The company is reportedly looking to partner with Microsoft on its HoloLens, which is designed to bring holograms into the real world.

As for Tencent acquiring Baiduc, it’s a bit of a surprise.

Baidyu is an ecommerce platform with over 100 million users in China.

It also offers its own chat platform called QQ that is similar to Tencent QQ.

Casares told Bloomberg that Baidfu was a “big mistake” because it was not part of the initial planning stages of the deal.

“I think it was a mistake that we took the wrong decision,” he said.