Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures
Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures
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Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures
Wang Jianlin (right) said Xi's elder sister, Qi Qiaoqiao (left), and her husband Deng Jiagui once invested in Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties but sold their stake before the firm went public last year. Photos: Simon Song, SCMP Pictures
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