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Sir Run Run Shaw, or Shao Yifu, originally named Shao Renleng, honorary president of Hong Kong Television Broadcasts Ltd (TVB) and founder of Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong) Ltd. A media mogul and philanthropist of Hong Kong. Over the years, he has donated billions of Hong Kong Dollars to charity, schools and hospitals.
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  • (China Daily)2014-01-10 09:15

    The Yifu Buildings nationwide are named after the Hong Kong media tycoon and philanthropist Sir Run Run Shaw, or Shao Yifu, who died at the age of 107 on Tuesday. Sir Run Run donated more than HK$ 10 billion ($1.29 billion) to support education and healthcare on the Chinese mainland. According to Be...

  • (China Daily)2014-01-10 08:09

    Chan remembers a legend The latest film in Jackie Chan's Police Story franchise, New Police Story 2013, has grossed more than 450 million yuan ($71 million). At a party in Beijing on Jan 7 to celebrate the box-office success, Chan paid tribute to Sir Run Run Shaw, who passed away that same day. It ...

  • By Paul Surtees(China Daily)2014-01-10 06:50

    Now that Sir Run Run Shaw has gone the way of all flesh, we may take a moment to reflect upon what a shining example his life provides for others, who knew him or who may seek to follow in his illustrious footsteps. He epitomized the entrepreneurial spirit: a spirit which has propelled many strivin...

  • (China Daily)2014-01-10 06:42

    Yifu Buildings �ݷ�¥ (Yifu Lou) The Yifu Buildings nationwide are named after the Hong Kong media tycoon and philanthropist Sir Run Run Shaw, or Shao Yifu, who died at the age of 107 on Tuesday. Sir Run Run donated more than HK$ 10 billion ($1.29 billion) to support education and healthcare o...

  • (China Daily)2014-01-09 07:33

    As Hong Kong-based Television Broadcasts Limited announced the death of 107-year-old Run Run Shaw, its honorary president and media mogul, on Tuesday, media outlets were flooded with messages praising the philanthropist who donated billions of yuan to spread education in China.While remembering Shaw...

  • (China Daily)2014-01-08 08:14

    Key moments in the life of Run Run Shaw, including the top 10 films, in terms of artistic achievement, produced or funded by Shaw's companies. 1907: Born into wealthy merchant family in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, the sixth of eight children 1925: The Shaw brothers found Tianyi Film Co in Shanghai 19...

  • By Raymond Zhou(China Daily)2014-01-08 08:14

    Raymond Zhou reports on the life and times of a workaholic star-maker and philanthropist. Run Run Shaw, media mogul and philanthropist, died at his home in Hong Kong on Tuesday morning. Arguably the greatest and longest-operating force in Chinese-language film and television, Shaw was 107, according...

  • (China Daily)2014-01-08 08:14

    "Sir Run Run Shaw promoted the entertainment industry in Hong Kong for a long time, with prominent achievements. At the same time, he was committed to philanthropy that benefits education in Hong Kong and the mainland, as well as scientific research around the world. He was an elder that we very muc...

  • By Zhang Yue(chinadaily.com.cn)2014-01-07 20:23

    Run Run Shaw, one of the leading figures in the Chinese film industry, died at his Hong Kong home the morning of Jan 7 at the age of 107.Shaw dedicated much of his time in his later life on charity and philanthropy. In 1973, he set up the Shaw Foundation in Hong Kong to support the development of ed...

  • (chinadaily.com.cn)2014-01-07 09:23

    Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist Run Run Shaw died at home on Tuesday. He was 107. Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist Run Run Shaw speaks in Chongqing in this file photo. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]  

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