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HONG KONG: The charity of Hong Kong’s richest man donated HK$100 million (S$18 million) to help Wuhan.

Wuhan is the city at the epicentre of China’s coronavirus outbreak.

The money from the Li Ka Shing Foundation will be distributed via the Red Cross Society of China, according to an article posted on Monday (Feb 10) on the website of the Beijing’s liaison office, which represents the mainland government in Hong Kong.

Li Ka Shing, the founder of real estate, telecom and ports conglomerate CK group is among the Hong Kong tycoons giving money to charities, hospitals and local governments in mainland China during the outbreak that has infected more than 40,000 people and killed more than 900.

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