Cai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix WongCai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix Wong
Cai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix Wong

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Cai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix WongCai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix Wong
Cai Wensheng, chairman and founder of Meitu, bought 1.28 million shares on May 10 at HK$8.36 each, which increased his holdings to 1.68 billion shares or 39.5 per cent of the issued capital. Photo: Felix Wong
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