Chow Tai Fook


Adrian Cheng, the young Chinese cultural entrepreneur, melds East and West so well: he was born in China, completed his higher education at Harvard, is under 40 (born in 1979.) He is the grandson and designated heir of one of Hong Kong’s and China’s most influential business families, and is set to inherit a large part of the family empire that include the Chow Tai Fook jewellery chain and New World Development group, among others. The family’s controls companies with a total market value of $25 billion. But his interests and goals appear more extensive and diverse than just managing an empire that his forbears created. Hi interests involve the arts, creating a new, young, Chinese cultural identity, partially through the invention of the K11 Art Malls. These are curated platforms for young Chinese artists to display their work. The Art Malls are spaces for those viewers and visitors to see…