China’s richest man Wang Jianlin says he plans to withdraw from frontline management in 2020 and will spend six to 12 months writing his own autobiography, state media reported. The 60-year-old tycoon and chairman of Dalian Wanda - a property, cinema and entertainment company – said he would write the story of his life himself rather than employing a professional writer, China National Radio reported. “My writing is also excellent. Therefore I don’t want others to write for me,” he was quoted as saying. Wang was named as the richest Chinese person in the world in August by the magazine the Hurun Report . READ MORE: Dalian Wanda boss Wang Jianlin unseats Hong Kong's Li Ka-shing as richest Chinese He has an estimated fortune of 260 billion yuan (HK$316 billion).