Annie Wu (businesswoman)

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Annie Wu Suk-ching (Chinese: 伍淑清), SBS, JP, is a Hong Kong-based Chinese businesswoman and activist of Taishan, Guangdong origin. She is the daughter of Hong Kong businessman Dr. James Tak Wu

In 1980, she established Beijing Air Catering Ltd, the first joint venture company in the People's Republic of China. She is the Vice-Chairman or Managing Director of more than 15 joint venture air catering and services companies in the PRC.

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She is also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Consultative Conference of the National Committee of Chinese People. A graduate of the Sacred Heart Canossian College, she helped establish the Hong Kong Federation of Women.

She is Chair of the Chinese History and Culture Educational Foundation For Youth and the Hong Kong Soong Ching Ling Children's Foundation Ltd[1][2][3]

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She was selected in March 2002 as one of the ten most influential Chinese women locally and abroad in 2001.[citation needed] She received the HKSAR's Silver Bauhinia Star in 1999. She was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree by Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota in 2009.

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