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Philanthropist Ming Chu Hus Visits Madeira

Taiwanese/Chinese/American Luxury Real-estate tycoon/philanthropist, Ming Chu Hsu, was received by the President of Madeira at Quinta Vigia and the Funchal Chamber of commerce today.

Spending her time between Hong Kong and New York, Ming Chu Hsu, has a degree in Mathematics and Finance from the Stern School of Business and an MBA from the Columbia Graduate School of Business. Shortly after she graduated from the Columbia Graduate School of Business, she launched her first initial venture, the TransWorld Resource Management Company, which developed and managed international real estate assets in the United States and Asia.

Ming Chu Hsu established herself as a businesswoman and later founded several other large holding companies, including Merald International Holding Limited, a private venture investment firm that primarily invests in medical and technology companies. Equally noteworthy are Richmond Grant International Limited, a global real estate investment company, Grupo Reformosa, a diversified property development company in Europe, as well as further projects with Alex & Wright Inc., a global vertically integrated luxury company, engaged in mining, designing, manufacturing and distributing high quality luxury products as well as residential and hotel projects in Portugal.

She has served in various corporate offices, advising on investment management and initiatives. Furthermore, she has been a key driver of several global non-profit organisations such as Orbis, where it sponsored the first non-profit full-service eye hospital and several clinics in southern China to reduce the rate of blindness in underprivileged areas.

Furthermore, she is also a long-term sponsor of Massachusetts General Hospital (Harvard Medical Centre) for medical research projects. Her commitment to education has led her to several educational boards, including the Columbia Business School Board of Overseers and Alfredo de Sousa Foundation Board of Trustees, which oversees the University of Lisbon, Nova School of Business and Economics, in Portugal.

In addition, Ming Chu Hsu has sponsored the creation of robotics labs in many Asian international schools to promote and aid the teaching of science and technology, helped build libraries at New York University and many other educational endeavours, and is also a curator of the Metropolitan Museum. of New York, where she helped in the development of several art and culture projects.

Samantha Gannon

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