Alibaba founder Jack Ma has topped 2020 Forbes China Rich List for a third straight year with USD65.6 billion in personal wealth, followed by Tencent CEO Ma Huateng and Nongfu Spring founder Zhong Shanshan.
China Evergrande's Chairman Xu Jiayin topped the 2020 Hurun Philanthropy List after donating CNY2.8 billion (USD418 million) to fight poverty and #COVID19 , followed by Aier Eye Hospital's Chairman Chen Bang. Tencent's Ma Huateng was No. 15. Jack Ma didn't make the list.
Stuck at home, many Chinese took to their mobile phones to play Tencent-distributed online games, boosting game usage. In February, Ma Huateng’s company Tencent announced a $210 million fund for medical care and support for the needy #ForbesBillionaires
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings’ super app WeChat, controlled by Ma Huateng, has blocked a ByteDance remote work app as enterprise collaboration industry in China is burgeoning amid coronavirus lockdown.
Ma Huateng is the world's 4th biggest billionaire loser of 2018—losing $10.1B this year thanks to Tencent's shares tumbling more than 25%
Stock meltdown cuts fortune of Asia's richest man Ma Huateng by $4 billion
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