To our Shareholders:

Since our founding, Chuang’s China has effectively managed the challenges brought about by structural changes in Hong Kong and China’s ever-evolving economies, and as a result, we have gradually shifted our business focus to real estate and financial investments.

After 30 years of savvy entrepreneurship, Chuang’s China has earned a reputation as a reliable property developer in both Hong Kong and China. Not only are our business territories expanding, but we have also had plenty of opportunities to take part in the planning and building of many cities, therefore allowing us to contribute to Hong Kong’s metropolisation and mainland cities’ urbanisation.

‘One Country, Two Systems,’
‘One Country, Two Systems,’

Under the banner of ‘One Country, Two Systems,’ Hong Kong serves as an international hub of finance, transport, trade, airlines, and professional services. In the grand scheme of China’s Greater Bay Area Initiative, Hong Kong is expected to play a crucial role in the area’s economic growth while enhancing the area’s strategic value to China.

Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area

This will, in turn, boost the city’s advantageous industries and fulfil the complementary needs of all parties involved.  Going forward, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area will act as the engine of China’s economic growth, and will no doubt create a great many business opportunities for Hong Kong.

Chuang’s China has being an active player in the cross-border markets for nearly 30 years

Being an active player in the cross-border markets for nearly 30 years, Chuang’s China has dealt with large numbers of impacts from economic storms and social upheavals, including the Asian financial crisis in 1998, the SARS outbreak in 2003, and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Chuang’s China remains steadfast in its support for the long-term economic growth of Hong Kong and China.

At the same time, we will make good use of our vast experience to contribute to the Greater Bay Area’s industrial enhancement.

Mr. Albert Chuang Ka Pun
The Chairman