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Li Ka Shing is one of the greatest empire builders in the world.

He has over 270,000 employees in over 50 countries. Li was born in Chaozhou in the Guangdong Province of China, but his family had to move to Hong Kong as a result of the Sino-Japanese.

Li’s father was a primacy school teacher in his home country and soon after his arrival in Hong Kong, he died of TB.

When Li was 12 years old, he quit school and started working as an apprentice in a factory which manufactured watch straps.

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The word for “magician” that the original (Hebrew) text uses is “Hartummîm”, (an attempt by the Hebrew scribes to render Egyptian sounds using characters in their own language), and which is a phonetic reproduction of the word “Chief Lector” in Egyptian, as inscribed on this relief.It was because of his hard work, adaptability and integrity that he has built a business empire which includes construction, banking, plastics, real estate, hotels, airports, cellular phones, cement production, satellite television, retail outlets, domestic transportation, ports, shipping, electric power and steel production.In 1950, he founded a plastic manufacturing company after he learnt how to operate a plant.88-89; most recently Roger Forshaw, The Role of the Lector (Xry-Hbt) in Ancient Egyptian Society (Ph D Thesis, Manchester University, 2013), p. Dimensions: 11 inches x 10 1/2 inches (28 x 26.6 cm) Condition: Despite minor wear, intact and in excellent condition overall.Provenance: The John Rilling Collection, CA, acquired prior to 1970, thereafter in a Beverly Hills, CA private collection.

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