Grandson Of Hong Kong Property Giant Sun Hung Kai Cofounder Forges His Own Path As A Tech Investor

Joseph Fung knows full well that he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. The 41-year-old is a grandson of legendary share trader Fung King Hey, one of the “Three Musketeers,” along with Lee Shau Kee and Kwok Tak Seng, who cofounded Sun Hung Kai Properties in Hong Kong, one of the world’s biggest property developers by market capitalization.

It was this awareness that gave Joseph the courage to chart his own path. While the scions of Lee Shau Kee and Kwok Tak Seng stayed in real estate, Joseph is trying to make his own name as an investor focused on a completely unrelated industry: Life sciences.

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