Lee Kum Kee premium oyster sauce in different packages at Lee Kum Kee in Tai Po, Hong Kong. The way the family that owns the brand has handled succession issues has made them a model for Asia’s ultra rich. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

How Hong Kong oyster sauce dynasty plans a 1,000- year reign: a case study for Asia’s ultra rich

  • The family behind Lee Kum Kee sauces hopes to train heirs to avoid squabbles like those that nearly tore the company apart
  • Group’s businesses now span much more than sauces, from real estate to health care and venture capital
Topic |   Food and Drinks

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Lee Kum Kee premium oyster sauce in different packages at Lee Kum Kee in Tai Po, Hong Kong. The way the family that owns the brand has handled succession issues has made them a model for Asia’s ultra rich. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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