Chinese landscaper diversifies to become a billionaire

One of China’s newest billionaires, as reported by Forbes, is a landscaper … sort of. Liu Shui, 46, is a graduate of Peking University and chairman of Shenzhen Techand Ecology and Environment, which, according to Bloomberg, “is engaged in the 3028ab5construction of ecological environmental projects.”

The company’s primary services are water conservation, ecological restoration, landscape construction and garden maintenance. Techand stock more than doubled in the past year.

China is home to the second-largest number of billionaires and billionaire families, behind the United States.

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