From starting a hobby to curb lockdown boredom, to ditching their rich parents’ help to make it on their own, these real-life crazy rich Asians may have every luxury at their fingertips, but in many cases, they’re just like us. Hong Kong’s real-life Crazy Rich Asians Rudy Rong, China Estimated family net worth: US$2 billion Great team bounding experience.Thanks so much for the NBC shooting crew and all new partners to join Magic Cube! pic.twitter.com/1tjZcCLn7t — Rudy Rong (@RudyRong3) December 21, 2018 Having grown up surrounded by yacht parties, private planes and endless luxury cars, Rudy Rong is known as “second-generation rich” because his extravagant lifestyle came courtesy of his video game billionaire parents. His upbringing prompted him to start a company providing services to rich clientele, but after a while, being surrounded by only the wealthy ended up changing him. According to an interview with the Los Angeles Times, he admitted he wasn’t as happy as he could be and felt he needed to prove his own worth rather than rely on his family’s fortunes to get ahead. He closed that company and instead opened a video game distribution outfit, working long hours and hustling to find a new market. Raising capital and navigating his own way in the business world has humbled him, he says. Which female Chinese celebrity owns the most luxurious homes? Kim Lim, Singapore Estimated family net worth US$2.6 billion View this post on Instagram A post shared by KIM LIM (@kimlimhl) She’s set to inherit billions from her father, Peter Lim, but this fashionista and businesswoman is determined to prove her own worth as an entrepreneur. She wants to build a global beauty business and had to start from the ground up. She admitted in an interview to 8days.sg that this has meant dealing with crazy clients, having to make tough staffing decisions and working normal office hours as both the face and brains of the brand. It’s clear that despite her background she’s not afraid of putting in hard work to get results. 5 (not so) strange things Millie Bobby Brown splurges on Heart Evangelista, Philippines Estimated net worth: US$4 million View this post on Instagram A post shared by Heart Evangelista (@iamhearte) Being worth millions of dollars doesn’t mean you’re not human, and actress and fashionista Heart has spoken honestly about having mental health problems in the past. Like billions of people around the world, the influencer suffers from depression and anxiety, which she often talks about on her social media channels . She admits she became depressed after miscarrying her unborn twins in 2018, and in an interview on the show Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho earlier this year told the host that sometimes her anxiety gets so bad it manifests itself physically, including her hands going numb and tingling sensations around her mouth. But she says she has found solace in opening up about her battles. Live like Oprah: 4 of Lady O’s surprisingly down-to-earth daily habits Michelle and Rachel Yeoh, Malaysia Estimated family net worth: US$1.7 billion View this post on Instagram A post shared by Michelle Yeoh (@michelle.yeoh) They grew up attending couture shows from age 11 and have wardrobes any fashionista would be jealous of – when it comes to haute couture and luxury jewels, their resources are limitless. But behind the glitz and glam, do they live anything close to a normal life? Well, yes. Both sisters are studying and often ditch the high-fashion for comfy tracksuit bottoms when they buckle down and hit the books. According to Tatler Malaysia , Michelle is studying law and Rachel is studying philosophy and politics. Cue late night coffee runs to get in those last-minute exam tips. Elon Musk the PhD dropout? His life before the billions Feiping Chang, Hong Kong Estimated family net worth: US$3.5 billion View this post on Instagram A post shared by Feiping Chang 張翡玶 (@xoxofei) The Instagram influencer may regularly have us gawking at her outfits with envy, but just like us, her life was turned upside down during lockdown. The daughter of business tycoon Roger Wang decided to take on a hobby that she’s always wanted to try: embroidery. According to hastaglegend.com, she said that lockdown was the perfect chance to begin a hobby that doesn’t need much equipment or cost a lot. “I mostly do it on my couch in the afternoon with bright natural day light and a good cup of tea. It feels very tranquil and therapeutic to focus on the needlework with music in background.” Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .