Kenneth Ping Nam Cheung, born in 1935, has lived a brilliant life until the peaceful age of 88.
In the eyes of all that know him, he had been beyond kind and generous. He had always given all of himself to his family: to his parents, he had been most filial; to his immediate family, he had been most loving; to his friends, he had been bounteous.
Kenneth had contributed greatly to the prosperity of Hong Kong, having brought in new technology from abroad: being an early pioneer in the first calculator and other electronic devices productions. He had helped the blastoff of electronic industry in Hong Kong during his time and had been widely known for his “Ken Cheung era”. During his young 20s, he had already built and grown factories for techno giant of his time (from few hundreds of employees to thousands), such as Fairchild, Motorola. He had sat on many MD positions and had been offered to double his salary or other prosperous positions, however, he had always turn them down to place his family in the topmost place in his life.
Kenneth will be greatly missed by all that loved him and inspired by him.