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2012 English Drama Show - Johnwing (Poly U Chiang Chen Studio Theatre)

Dr. Chiang Chen (Chinese: 蔣震, born 1923 in Heze, Shandong) is a Hong Kong industrialist who is the founder and chairman of the Chen Hsong Holdings Limited since 1958. As a pro-Beijing entrepreneur, Chiang maintained good relations with the Chinese government, and was appointed as a Hong Kong affair adivsor. He was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal, the highest award under the Hong Kong honours and awards system on 1 July 2005 for his contributions in Hong Kong's industry. The Chaing Chen Studio Theatre in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University was also named after him.


He is the father of Hong Kong legislator Ann Chiang.


  • 2003: The George Washington University President's Medal
  • 2005: Grand Bauhinia Medal
  • References

    Chiang Chen Wikipedia

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