Cho Tak Wong Net Worth is$1.2 Billion
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Cho Tak Wong Net Worth: Cho Tak Wong is a Hong Kong businessman who has a net worth of $1.2 billion. One of the richest people in Hong Kong, he serves as the Chairman of the Fuyao Glass Industry Group, which specializes in production of safety automotive glass and industrial technological glass. At the time it got listed at the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 1993, the Fuyao Group was the first of its kind to operate in China.
Cho Tat-wah (or Tso Tat-wah) (15 September 1915 ??? 10 January 2007) was a film actor of Hong Kong, most famous for the roles he played in a number of Wuxia films in the 1950s and 1960s.
The names Cho Tat-wah and Shih Kien were synonymous to "good and evil" in the colloquial language of Hong Kong because of the roles the two actors played in those movies. Yu So-chow co-starred many of Cho's movies. The two names Cho Tat-wah and Yu So-chow symbolized a perfect couple. His well-known roles include Lung Kim-fei (? 3/4 ???????), Leung Foon (ae?????) and Inspector Wah (???ae?????).
A native of Taishan, Guangdong, (Spoke Chinese Cantonese, and Chinese Taishenese) Cho began his actor career at the age of 15, and eventually starred in more than 700 movies. He was a compulsive gambler. Legend has it that he lost the Wah-tat Studio, which produced most of his movies at the time, at the gambling table. However, it is not certain whether the studio was owned by him.
He emigrated to London, England, with his son in 1990, but returned to Hong Kong to join TVB in 1993. He went back to England in 1997 as his wife was then suffering kidney disease. When she died in 2000, he returned alone to Hong Kong. In August 2006, he was hospitalised for a month after falling down stairs at his home. He returned to England in November of that same year, and died of haemorrhage of stomach two months later in a hospital. He is survived by a son in England, and a daughter in the United States. One of his goddaughters is Connie Chan.

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Reporter Hub: Tristan Navera

“We couldn’t have done it without them.” Fuyao is investing about $200 million into the Michigan plant, which is expected to be open around October 2017, Fuyao Group chairman Cho Tak Wong said in an event this month. When it’s complete, that plant ...
Posted: October 20, 2016, 7:51 am

World’s Largest Auto Glass Manufacturing Plant Opens in Ohio

Fuyao China currently supplies around 70 percent of the Chinese auto glass market and through close work with our OEM partners, we believe we will replicate this success in North America,” Cho Tak Wong, chairman of Fuyao Glass Industry Group, said in a ...
Posted: October 11, 2016, 5:30 am

Beavercreek firm tapped for Fuyao’s Michigan plant

“We couldn’t have done it without them.” Fuyao Global Chairman Cho Tak Wong bought a former GM plant in Moraine in the spring of 2014 for $15 million. Reconstruction of an area covering 1.7 million square feet in and around the plant started that ...
Posted: October 14, 2016, 6:41 am
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