Practicing What He Preaches

June 2011
Forbes Asia;Jun2011, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p32
The article offers information on the philanthropic activities of Shih Wing-Ching, founder of Centaline Property Agency, in Hong Kong, China. It is informed that Shih is applying his Marxist ideology for workers and social equality in China. Also, his charitable activities include building of roads and water storage tanks and financing of developmental activities in villages. It is informed that he has donated all his 47 percent stake in Centaline to the Shih Wing Ching Foundation.


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