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Li Ka-Shing, a magnate from Hong Kong, & considered the richest person in Asia, was born 13June 1928. His inner diagram shows the pattern 1-2-3. People with this pattern are more likely to do great things, & become a millionaire. If you don’t have this pattern in your no., it doesn't mean that you won’t become rich! You just have to look for other ways that you can make best use of your numbers to achieve your wealth goals. #numerology #business #wealth #investor #success #billionaire…

Li Ka-Shing, a magnate from Hong Kong, & considered the richest person in Asia, was born 13June 1928. His inner diagram shows the pattern 1-2-3. People with this pattern are more likely to do great things, & become a millionaire. If you don’t have this pattern in your no., it doesn't mean that you won’t become rich! You just have to look for other ways that you can make best use of your numbers to achieve your wealth goals. #numerology #business #wealth #investor #success #billionaire…

5 Things The Richest Man In Asia, Li Ka-Shings, Wants Young Entrepreneurs To Know

5 Things The Richest Man In Asia, Li Ka-Shings, Wants Young Entrepreneurs To Know

Li Ka-shing, (Hong Kong) Fled a turbulent China in 1940; settled in Hong Kong. At age 15, after the death of his father, was forced to leave school to work at a plastics factory. Later borrowed money to manufacture plastic flowers; eventually grew his Cheung Kong Industries into a conglomerate with stakes in supermarkets, property and cell phones. Old Hong Kong joke said that for every dollar spent in Hong Kong, five cents went to Li. Dubbed ''Superman,'' knighted by Queen Elizabeth.

In Pictures: Rags To Riches Billionaires

Li Ka-shing, (Hong Kong) Fled a turbulent China in 1940; settled in Hong Kong. At age 15, after the death of his father, was forced to leave school to work at a plastics factory. Later borrowed money to manufacture plastic flowers; eventually grew his Cheung Kong Industries into a conglomerate with stakes in supermarkets, property and cell phones. Old Hong Kong joke said that for every dollar spent in Hong Kong, five cents went to Li. Dubbed ''Superman,'' knighted by Queen Elizabeth.

Li Ka-shing Hong Kong's Elusive Billionaire, 978-0195900767, Anthony B. Chan, Oxford University Press (China) Ltd

Li Ka-shing Hong Kong's Elusive Billionaire, 978-0195900767, Anthony B. Chan, Oxford University Press (China) Ltd

Hong Kong tycoon, Li Ka-Shing, guides you in generating the effective ways to grow your savings in 5 years. In an article in Yahoo! New Singapore, the Chinese mogul gives some useful tips in achieving your goal to become financially w

Hong Kong tycoon, Li Ka-Shing, guides you in generating the effective ways to grow your savings in 5 years. In an article in Yahoo! New Singapore, the Chinese mogul gives some useful tips in achieving your goal to become financially w

Asia’s Richest Man “Li Ka-Shing” Shares Advice For Young Entrepreneurs

Asia’s Richest Man “Li Ka-Shing” Shares Advice For Young Entrepreneurs

“Fairness and Fair-mindedness – This is the win-win attitude for success in the business of life.” ― Li Ka-shing

“Fairness and Fair-mindedness – This is the win-win attitude for success in the business of life.” ― Li Ka-shing

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