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Ken Chu

Chu family still devoted to spreading golf

Ken Chu

Ken Chu has a tough act to follow after taking over the Mission Hills empire from his late father, David Chu Shu-ho.

Sunday, 4 November, 2012, 2:15am

Putting the pitch

By offering 'golf and more', Mission Hills Group has succeeded in growing from a golf club into an international brand that is renowned for its hospitality facilities and services. 'Mission Hills is a fully integrated resort destination, and the experience we offer is complete.

17 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Men on a hospitality mission

It shouldn't be long before the world discovers that Hainan Island, in the South China Sea, is a destination offering a great deal more than just Sanya and wenchang chicken, and that it is also an important source of jobs for hospitality professionals.

11 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Chasing a green dream

Ken Chu did a rare thing for the son of a tycoon. He challenged his father's wisdom in investing in a 'no-man's land' stretching across Shenzhen and Dongguan in 1993. He did it again during the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and also during the Sars outbreak in 2003 when they were strapped for cash. But no one could stop David Chu Shu-ho from chasing his dreams and fulfilling his destiny.

30 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Mission Hills plans to add $1b complex

Project includes hotel, shops and small apartments to attract more non-golfers

Shenzhen's Mission Hills, the world's largest golf facility, plans to add a $1 billion, 1.61 million square foot retail, entertainment and hotel complex to its mix of apartments, villas, tennis courts and 10 golf links, says group vice-chairman Ken Chu.

29 Jun 2006 - 12:00am

Field of 400 buyers for golf villas

The Mission Hills Resort in Shenzhen has signed up 400 potential buyers from the mainland and Hong Kong for today's presale of its 108-unit luxury villa development, says vice-chairman Ken Chu.

The villa project is part of the $4 billion Mission Hills golf resort that includes 10 golf courses and a five-star hotel.

8 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

It's not over yet for fab 4, says busy frontman

Taiwanese heartthrob Jerry Yan Cheng-xu (below left) has dismissed rumours his boy band F4 were going to disband.

'There have been a lot of rumours saying we are going to separate,' said Yan. 'But we're still together. We'll prove it with action.'

The actor and his band mates - Vanness Wu Jian-hao (second left), Vic Chou Yu-min, and Ken Chu

25 Feb 2006 - 12:00am

F4 in secret talks on new Hong Kong tour

Jerry Yan Cheng-xu and Vanness Wu Jian-hao of Taiwanese boy band F4 have been holding secret talks about new projects.

The heartthrobs, who recently made a whirlwind visit to Hong Kong for a promotional event at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, ave been talking to their management company about staging concerts and discussing ideas for the shows.

1 Oct 2005 - 12:00am