Luxurious mansions, the wealth of the Chinese Communist Party’s powerful and powerful, and the fate of Hong Kong

Luxurious mansions, the wealth of the Chinese Communist Party’s powerful and powerful, and the fate of Hong Kong

Hong Kong-As the eldest daughter of the third leader of the Chinese Communist Party, Li Qianxin quietly created a life spanning the city’s financial elite and the hidden world of Chinese politics in Hong Kong.

Over the years, she has been chatting and laughing with executives of state-owned enterprises through the Hong Kong and Mainland Professional Clubs, which are known for paving the way for officials’ children. She is the Hong Kong representative of China’s provincial political advisory group. She is also the chairman of a state-owned investment bank headquartered in Hong Kong , which has long been doing business with relatives of top Chinese officials.

Li Qianxin is 38 years old and has a solid financial foundation in this city. He bought a four-story sea view townhouse worth 15 million US dollars. Her partner owns a retired racehorse, and has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the prestigious Peninsula Hotel, and later sold the shares.