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Mission Hills Group

Why finding China's first global golf star is simply good business sense

Tenniel and Ken Chu

Fans frustrated by the sinking status of the Hong Kong Open and keen to see major professional events return to the sprawling Mission Hills complex just over the border in Shenzhen will be disappointed after the Chu family admitted they are happy to let others in the main

Wednesday, 6 November, 2013, 11:37am

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

Whole-in-one vision for tourism

In 2010, Ken Chu and his father, David Chu, together ranked ninth in the 'World's Golf Power List' of the US Golf Inc magazine.

28 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

Wilfred Wong neither yes man nor risk-taker

Ex-civil servant reveals key to success as right-hand man

Wilfred Wong Ying-wai claims he is not an entrepreneur, but that has not stopped the former ranking government official from forging a successful career as a right-hand man for some of the city's top property tycoons.

11 Feb 2008 - 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

Strong demand for Mission villas

MISSION HILLS GOLF resort in Shenzhen has witnessed strong demand for its luxury villas and apartments, particularly from Hong Kong buyers.

David Chu, vice-chairman of Mission Hills Group, said it had so far developed 1,000 homes within the 10-golf course resort, covering just about 40 per cent of its 12 square kilometres of land.

19 May 2006 - 12:00am