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The man behind the failed HKMEx
Barry Cheung 張震遠

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Tuesday, 15 August 2017
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Barry Cheung Chun-yuen, 張震遠 born 15 February 1958 in British Hong Kong is a Hong Kong businessman. Cheung is a former Non-official member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong, a chairman of Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange (HKMEx), and former chairman of the Urban Renewal Authority.

His BaZi favors 伤食,才财 and 官杀. From his BaZi, strong 伤 suppress 戊官 his political and authority star, but he was a high-flying businessman and political operator?

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1993. - In his early 30s he was appointed as a full-time adviser to the colonial government's think tank, the Central Policy Unit. This was the starting point for his political career. This was because of the strong 财 produced strong 官. But 癸 combined with 戊官 and became 财? Was his political and authority star 戊官 lost?

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2008. – He launched the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange HKMEx in June 2008 as a trading platform. He was the chairman and majority shareholder, with a 56% stake. This was one of his biggest achievements but it was also the trap that would marked his downfall. Strong 财才 produced strong 官杀 making his dream to set up an exchange became a reality. But what was the trap?

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This was his hidden danger and would lead to the failed HKMEx and toward his bankruptcy.

2012. – He was an early backer of The Honourable Leung Chun-ying (3rd Chief Executive of Hong Kong) when the latter declared his candidacy for Hong Kong chief executive; He managed the election campaign in 2012. He became an executive councillor in the Leung Chun-ying 's first administration.

Hostile 壬比 revealed but he managed to become an executive councillor in the Leung Chun-ying 's first administration? Why? For this you need to see his 8 pillars (八柱同参 ) on 1 July 2012 and look into Growth Force 张力.

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2013. – He resigned from his official duties in 2013 amidst controversy and over the suspension of HKMEx by the securities regulator and allegations of possible irregularities at the exchange.

It was clearly shown that his useful Ten Gods 用神 财 sat on 财 in 2013. Was it supposed a good and wealthy year? Many claimed that Cheung failed to pay his debt. Why? For this you need to see his 6 pillars (八柱同参 ) on 2013 and look into Growth Force 张力.

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2015. - In April 2015, Cheung was declared bankrupt in the High Court. The Kowloon City Magistrates’ Court found Cheung guilty of failing to pay an employee $340,000 while chairman of the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange, and then defaulting on a sum paid to the employee by the Labour Tribunal under the Employment Ordinance. He pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced to six months in prison. Cheung appealed and the sentence was reduced to 160 hours of community service. Now let us look into Growth Force 张力.

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