Public interest in my blood

Huang Kuo/Wang Zhe China Plus Published: 2017-06-30 11:15:10
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As chair of Hong Kong's Parkview Group, George Wong has created one of the most iconic landmarks in Beijing: The Parkview Green. Here, customers can indulge in both retail therapy and the masterpieces of Salvador Dali. Forbes website simply lists him as a successful real estate king, but it is his love of art and his concern for public interest which makes his life much more exciting and colorful. 

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