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Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (simplified Chinese: 郑家纯; traditional Chinese: 鄭家純; pinyin: Zhèng Jiāchún; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

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  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (simplified Chinese: 郑家纯; traditional Chinese: 鄭家純; pinyin: Zhèng Jiāchún; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
  • [[Datei:Stefan Quand.jpg|mini|Stefan Quandt, 2018 im Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt am Main]]Stefan Norbert Quandt (* 1966 in Frankfurt am Main) ist ein deutscher , der BMW AG und Alleinaktionär der strategischen Management-Holding Delton.
  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (Chinese: 鄭家純; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Cheng has six children (from oldest to youngest): Adrian, Sonia, Brian, Christopher, Chak-wang and Chak-yin.
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  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (simplified Chinese: 郑家纯; traditional Chinese: 鄭家純; pinyin: Zhèng Jiāchún; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the 2012 Chief Executive election in Hong Kong, Cheng initially supported Henry Tang but switched to support the eventual winner, Leung Chun-ying. When Leung's second Secretary for Development, Paul Chan, became embroiled in a property and credibility scandal (as had the first, Mak Chai-kwong), Cheng was the first public figure to offer support. Cheng has six children (from oldest to youngest): Adrian, Sonia, Brian, Christopher, Chak-wang and Chak-yin. In 2016, Henry Cheng donated RMB$300 million to China Internet Development Foundation (whose president is a former senior executive of Communist Party mouthpiece the People's Daily) to "support cyber security training".
  • [[Datei:Stefan Quand.jpg|mini|Stefan Quandt, 2018 im Museum für Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt am Main]]Stefan Norbert Quandt (* 1966 in Frankfurt am Main) ist ein deutscher , der BMW AG und Alleinaktionär der strategischen Management-Holding Delton.
  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (simplified Chinese: 郑家纯; traditional Chinese: 鄭家純; pinyin: Zhèng Jiāchún; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the 2012 Chief Executive election in Hong Kong, Cheng initially supported Henry Tang but switched to support the eventual winner, Leung Chun-ying. When Leung's second Secretary for Development, Paul Chan, became embroiled in a property and credibility scandal (as had the first, Mak Chai-kwong), Cheng was the first public figure to offer support. Cheng has six children (from oldest to youngest): Adrian, Sonia, Brian, Christopher, Chak-wang and Chak-yin. In 2016, Henry Cheng donated RMB$300 million to China Internet Development Foundation (whose president is a former senior executive of Communist Party mouthpiece the People's Daily) to "support cyber security training". He was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal (GBM) by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2017.
  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (Chinese: 鄭家純; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the 2012 Chief Executive election in Hong Kong, Cheng initially supported Henry Tang but switched to support the eventual winner, Leung Chun-ying. When Leung's second Secretary for Development, Paul Chan, became embroiled in a property and credibility scandal (as had the first, Mak Chai-kwong), Cheng was the first public figure to offer support. Cheng has six children (from oldest to youngest): Adrian, Sonia, Brian, Christopher, Chak-wang and Chak-yin. In 2016, Henry Cheng donated RMB$300 million to China Internet Development Foundation (whose president is a former senior executive of Communist Party mouthpiece the People's Daily) to "support cyber security training". He was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal (GBM) by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2017.
  • Henry Cheng Kar-shun, GBM, GBS (Chinese: 鄭家純; born 11 December 1946) is a Hong Kong billionaire property developer. Cheng is the elder son of Cheng Yu-tung who founded Hong Kong-listed New World Development of which Henry succeeded his father as chairman. Cheng is chairman of NWS Holdings, New World China Land, and New World Department Store China. He is also a Standing Committee Member of the Eleventh Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the 2012 Chief Executive election in Hong Kong, Cheng initially supported Henry Tang but switched to support the eventual winner, Leung Chun-ying. When Leung's second Secretary for Development, Paul Chan, became embroiled in a property and credibility scandal (as had the first, Mak Chai-kwong), Cheng was the first public figure to offer support. Cheng has six children (from oldest to youngest): Adrian, Sonia, Brian, Christopher, Chak-wang and Chak-yin. In 2016, Henry Cheng donated RMB$300 million to China Internet Development Foundation to support cyber security training. He was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal (GBM) by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2017.
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