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'A man without airs'

June 12, 2012 - 1:41am

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TNP PHOTO: MELISSA CHUE

Indonesian tycoon Liem Sioe Liong died on Sunday at the age of 95.

Famous for consolidating his businesses under the Salim Group during the Suharto era from 1966 to 1998, he also played a pivotal role in the Singapore Futsing Association, where he contributed both ideas and money.

The association’s first vice-president told The New Paper that Mr Liem was ambitious, intelligent and humble despite his immense wealth.

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People who always got sucked into money scams need to stop and ponder:-

Why people like the late Mr Liem did not write books or conduct seminars on subjects like "How to get rich quick"??

After long and hard pondering on this subject, I finally came to some sort of conclusion.

People who tell you he could show you how to get rich are most likely the ones who is looking for money.

How about that?? Some discovery, ah??

 

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