Hong Kong’s Richest 2018: How A Dying Business Was Revived By Focusing On Happiness

This story is part of Forbes’ coverage of Hong Kong’s Richest 2018. See the full coverage here. In 1992, Sammy Lee (李惠森) had an idea for a company making Chinese herbal health care products. Today the LKK Health Products Group is bigger than the …
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