Keppel Land’s CEO wins another award

Romesh Navaratnarajah7 Sep 2017

Ang Wee Gee receives award

Keppel Land CEO Ang Wee Gee (left) receiving the Shanghai Magnolia Award from Zhang Xiaosong (right), Director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Shanghai Municipal Government. (Photo: Keppel Land)

Keppel Land’s CEO Ang Wee Gee has received the prestigious Shanghai Magnolia Award, which recognises foreigners who have made significant contributions to the city’s economic and social development, as well as its foreign relations.

The award was presented to him on Wednesday (6 September) by the Shanghai Municipal Government.

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“As one of the first foreign real estate companies to enter Shanghai more than 20 years ago, Keppel Land has been privileged to contribute to Shanghai’s urbanisation and strong growth,” said Ang.

“We are committed to deepen our presence in Shanghai, one of our key cities of focus in China.”

Ang was also named one of the Top ASEAN Entrepreneurs in China by the China-ASEAN Business Council in 2014.

Over the years, Keppel Land has expanded its portfolio of residential and commercial properties in China to 10 cities. To date, it has over 20 projects in the country with a pipeline of more than 30,000 homes.


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories, email


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