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The Kadoorie family ( Hebrew: כדורי, Arabic: خضوري) are a wealthy family, originally Mizrahi Jews from Baghdad. From the mid-18th century they were established in Mumbai, India (in what was then known as Bombay), becoming one of the wealthiest families in Asia, and later to Hong Kong and Shanghai, China.
It includes a number of notable individuals:
- Sir Ellis Kadoorie (1865–1922), philanthropist and businessman
- Sir Elly Kadoorie (1867–1944), philanthropist and businessman
- Lawrence Kadoorie, Baron Kadoorie, CBE (1899–1993) in Hong Kong) was a famous industrialist, hotelier, and philanthropist.
- Sir Horace Kadoorie (1902–1995), industrialist, hotelier, and philanthropist
Enterprises founded by the family:
- Kadoorie Agricultural High School
- Khodori Institute, Tulkarm
- Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden
- Shanghai ghetto
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