Walking The Tycoon's Rope: How Ambition Drove A Poor Boy From Ningbo To Compete With The Richest Men Of Hong Kong And Singapore by Robert WangWalking The Tycoon's Rope: How Ambition Drove A Poor Boy From Ningbo To Compete With The Richest Men Of Hong Kong And Singapore by Robert Wang

Walking The Tycoon's Rope: How Ambition Drove A Poor Boy From Ningbo To Compete With The Richest…

byRobert Wang

Paperback | February 16, 2013

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Robert Wang fled the Chinese civil war as a child and came to Hong Kong with nothing. It was a harsh place in the 1950s but he was determined to rise to the top. With the 1997 handover to China approaching, and no one knowing what the end of British rule would bring, Robert hatched an audacious scheme to safeguard the fortunes of Hong Kong's richest tycoons -- but swimming with sharks has its dangers.
Robert Wang was born near wartime Shanghai in 1944. He is a solicitor by training and lives in Hong Kong.
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Title:Walking The Tycoon's Rope: How Ambition Drove A Poor Boy From Ningbo To Compete With The Richest…Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8.54 × 5.57 × 0.78 inPublished:February 16, 2013Publisher:Blacksmith BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9881613817

ISBN - 13:9789881613813

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