Wang Jianlin has one “small” tip for anyone looking to be wealthy — simply start by earning a hundred million Yuan.
The “small” target, which is equal to about $15 million, was set to encourage planning and to prevent people from being too aggressive, he told talk show host Chen Luyu earlier this month.
Netizens were given a never-before-seen glimpse into a day in the life of one of Asia’s richest entrepreneurs, Wan Jianlin via a live online broadcast for a talk show.
The outspoken Chinese billionaire allowed a camera crew inside his luxurious private jet to document his typical non-work day during a live broadcast with an internet show last weekend.
Wang Sicong, the son of China’s richest man, usually says exactly what is on his mind, except that in a frank interview with the BBC for their three-part documentary series about Chinese youth, he’s addressing a different, more controversial subject: China’s government.
In the interview for the first installment of the channel’s “Secrets of China,” Wang says that trying to escape the country’s system would be “suicide” and that “there is really no way of succeeding outside the system.”