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Wang Sicong: Smart as His Name

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Wang Sicong is China’ richest, probably the world’s richest, 26 year old. He has been given 2% of his Daddy’s company – Wanda Corp owns real estate, movie theaters, yachts and hotels to the tune of $100 billion.

Sicong usually avoids the media but he has given an interview to Chinese Marie Claire, which concluded unsurprisingly that he had a clear mind and opinions with quick conclusions — so much for the impartiality of Chinese Marie Claire (July 2014). Continue reading

My Advantage is I am Rich – son of Wang Jianlin

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‘People should take advantage of their strengths. My strength is I am rich.’ Wang Sicong says. Seldom has an interview become so simple and direct.

‘People who are good looking should be actor; people who are talented with the pen should write books; people who are rich shall make use of money. Is it meaningful to compete with others by your disadvantages?’ Everything is related to ‘money’. Indeed, Wang Sicong and his father Wang Jianlin are rich. It shall be hypocritical if they talk about meanings instead of money. Continue reading

Wang Sicong: I Don’t Care

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Wang Sicong currently has more than seven million followers on his Weibo account. But, he posts less frequently than before. In order to celebrate his followers were over a million, Sicong launched a raffle which almost dragged down the Weibo raffle platform.

After the famous South Beauty Word War, he was asked whether his father asked him to speak cautiously on Weibo afterwards. Sicong answers, ‘my father usually does not care about what I say on Weibo, but later on he added “Do not scold my friends”. But since he has so many friends, he added another requirement that ‘do not mention their names if you really want to scold them.’ This is because his father is unwilling to be offensive in regards to his son’s public expressions . But, Sicong never cares about that. Continue reading

Kelly Zong: the Use of Personnel

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Having studied in the United States for many years, Kelly Zong has been trained with a frank, independent and self-confident personality. She attaches great importance to rules, regimes, and talents. Kelly says, ‘An enterprise belongs to all the staff instead of the boss only. People who is full of passion shall be given space to demonstrate their talents.’
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