Silcon's Search For Youth

Flannery, Russell
February 2011
Forbes Asia;Feb2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p24
The article informs that toymaker Allan Wong ranked at No. 35 on the latest FORBES Hong Kong rich list with wealth estimated at 1.17 billion dollar. It has been stated that most of his wealth comes from 35% stake in VTech Holdings, a business of game console launched by him in 1976. It has been stated that the firm diversified its business over the years and now it is the world's biggest maker of cordless phones and electronic learning products for kids.


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