Samantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond SoSamantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond So
Samantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond So

Chinese decision-makers in pharmaceuticals, biotech and finance make Forbes list of powerful businesswomen in Asia

  • Women from 12 countries and regions made the Forbes list this year, which spotlights outstanding leaders in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Youngest to make the list was 29-year-old Lucy Liu, co-founder and president of Airwallex

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Samantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond SoSamantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond So
Samantha Du, founder and CEO of Zai Lab, is among three Chinese nationals in Forbes’ list of 25 most powerful businesswomen in Asia. Photo: Edmond So

Corrected [7:23pm, 15 Sep, 2020]

  • [7:23pm, 15 Sep, 2020]

    Corrects Lucy Liu Yueting's nationality. She is from New Zealand, not Hong Kong

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