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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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  • By Wu Yiyao(China Daily)2012-02-27 08:06

     Visitors learn about the history of Ningbo merchants and philanthropists at Ningbo Fellowship Museum in Ningbo. Zhang Peijian / for China DailyEntrepreneurs with ties to Ningbo operate across borders NINGBO, Zhejiang - Signs of former native Ningbo residents' successes are evident throughout the c...

  • By Wu Yiyao(China Daily)2012-02-27 08:06

     An ancient residential building in Ningbo. Quite a few of them in the city were built with donations from people born in Ningbo but now living overseas. Zhang Heping / for China DailyNINGBO, Zhejiang - Since its establishment in 1986, Ningbo University has been supported by considerable donations ...

  • By He Bolin(chinadaily.com.cn)2012-02-22 15:59

    A new village primary school built in 2009 in Weinan, Shaanxi province, was leased to an auto dealership. Such a move by local authorities must be denounced and rectified, says an article in Xinhua News. Excerpts:The school, Zhaocun Yifu Primary School, was built in Zhaocun at a cost of 1.9 million ...

  • By Ma Lie(China Daily)2012-02-21 08:07

     A primary school building donated by a Hong Kong philanthropist is turned into an auto dealership in Weinan, Northwest China's Shaanxi province. Du Honggang / XinhuaXI'AN - A village's primary school built with donated funds has been turned into an auto dealership, and villagers say the local gove...

  • (China Daily)2011-12-10 06:46

    2 HK tourists killed in crash Two Hong Kong tourists died when a tour bus crashed near Northeast China's Heilongjiang province on Friday afternoon. The bus was carrying the Wing On Travel tour group from Harbin to Changchun when it crashed. A total of 40 people were on board, including 37 Hong Kong ...

  • By Hong Liang(China Daily)2011-06-18 06:46

    In the Chinese composition test, students sitting for this year's "gao kao", or college entrance examination, in Shanghai were asked to expound on the inscription of King Solomon's legendary ring: "This too shall pass." They were also challenged to provide a counterpoint in line with the words utte...

  • (China Daily)2011-05-25 07:52

    Topic: Campus commercials row A teaching building at Tsinghua University, one of China's top universities, has been renamed Jeanswest after sponsorship from the domestic clothing brand. Online polls show the move has not gone down too well. After the No 4 Teaching Building was renamed, we can only i...

  • (China Daily)2011-01-28 06:54

    Hong Kong stocks fell for the fifth time in six days, led by developers, after the Central Government stepped up moves to curb property investments, countering gains in export-related shares after a US Federal Reserve pledge to maintain efforts to stimulate its domestic economy. China Overseas Land ...

  • By George Ng(China Daily)2011-01-27 06:59

    Investor group headed by Charles Chan to obtain shares worth HK$5.2 billion Television Broadcasts Ltd (TVB), the owner of Hong Kong's biggest TV station, said that Chairman Sir Run Run Shaw agreed Wednesday to sell Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong) Ltd's entire 26 percent stake in the company to an investor...

  • (China Daily)2011-01-11 07:19

    Hong Kong stocks dropped, posting the biggest decline in almost two weeks, amid concern the Central Government may take further steps to reduce inflation. The Hang Seng Index (HSI) fell for a second day, retreating 0.7 percent to 23,527.26. The gauge of 45 companies listed in Hong Kong has risen fo...

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