Li Ka-shing waves to the crowd at the Shantou University graduation ceremony in June 2018, as his son Richard Li Tzar-kai follows close behind. The Hong Kong tycoon has given more than HK$10 billion to the university he co-founded in his hometown. Photo: Thomas Yau

Li Ka-shing isn’t the first Chinese to feel snubbed by university he helped build

  • Li is not the first philanthropist to lose influence over a university he founded. China has a long history of similar appropriation
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Li Ka-shing waves to the crowd at the Shantou University graduation ceremony in June 2018, as his son Richard Li Tzar-kai follows close behind. The Hong Kong tycoon has given more than HK$10 billion to the university he co-founded in his hometown. Photo: Thomas Yau
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