Feature: Hong Kong tycoon in the spotlight


Eye of the storm: Li is losing his popularity in China and Hong Kong after being late in commenting on the ongoing protests. — Filepic

Li Ka-Shing has come under fire for his remarks on violent anti-government protests in the Special Administrative Region.

HONG Kong’s richest man Li Ka-shing has been portrayed admirably as a “hero” for four decades due to his business acumen and vast contributions to the economic development of China and Hong Kong.

But not anymore.

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