One of the most active and successful businessmen in Southeast Asia and Greater China over the past century, Mr Robert Kuok published his memoir at 94.
First printing of the book has been sold out in Singapore. Copies from second printing have just arrived at the store.
Here are the excerpts of the book published in South China Morning Post over six days:
MY MOTHER AND MAO, SINGAPORE TAXES AND THE RISE OF HONG KONG PROPERTY: THE ROBERT KUOK MEMOIRS
‘DEVILS’ TO FRIENDS – HOW CHINA’S COMMUNISTS WON OVER MALAYSIAN PM TUNKU; HUSSEIN ONN CLUNG TO RACE-BASED POLITICS
FROM DENG’S DESPAIR TO REBIRTH UNDER XI – AND HOW I FELT ABOUT BUYING (AND SELLING) THE SCMP
MALAYSIA-SINGAPORE AIRLINES – THE SIAMESE TWINS SET FOR SEPARATION
CHINESE – THE MOST AMAZING ECONOMIC ANTS ON EARTH
HOW I LAUNCHED MALAYSIA’S NATIONAL SHIPPING LINE (AND WHAT GENGHIS KHAN HAD TO DO WITH IT)