|Birth Day||August 26, 1962|
|Birth Place||Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
|Age||58 YEARS OLD|
|Alma mater||Santa Clara University|
|Occupation||Casino operator Businesswoman|
|Spouse(s)||Julian Hui (1991–2000)|
|Parent(s)||Stanley Ho Lucina Laam|
|Relatives||Josie Ho (sister) Lawrence Ho (brother)|
|TranscriptionsStandard MandarinHanyu PinyinYue: CantoneseYale Romanization||Transcriptions Standard Mandarin Hanyu Pinyin Hé Chāoqióng Yue: Cantonese Yale Romanization Hòh Chīu-kíng Hé ChāoqióngHòh Chīu-kíng|
|Hanyu Pinyin||Hé Chāoqióng|
|Yale Romanization||Hòh Chīu-kíng|
Pansy Ho was born on 26 August 1962, the eldest of five children of Stanley Ho and Lam King Yin. She has three sisters and one brother. Her third sister Josie is a singer, and her brother Lawrence is also a businessman.
In 1981, Ho began a brief career in the Hong Kong entertainment industry, appearing with actor Danny Chan, who himself had then just been in the industry for two years, in the TVB series Breakthrough (突破). Later, at age 26, she launched her own public relations firm. She also supported her sister Josie Ho's efforts to establish her own singing career in the early 1990s over the objection of their Father.
Ho married Julian Hui, son of shipping magnate Hui Sai-fun, in 1991. They divorced in 2000. Late in their marriage, both began seeking other relationships; Ho entered into a relationship with Gilbert Yeung, the son of her father's hospitality and entertainment industry competitor, Albert Yeung. However, Gilbert Yeung's arrest for drug possession in August 2000 at Ho's birthday party focused unwanted media attention on Ho and her relationship with him; Ho's Father also made comments in interviews threatening to disown her if she married him. This led to the end of Ho's relationship with Yeung, and also the public announcement that she and Hui would be seeking a divorce.
Ho's ties to Chinese organised crime have also been reported by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, citing a U.S. Senate committee and several government agencies, when the state investigated her ties to American casino operator MGM Mirage. Ho's Father, Stanley Ho, was also named by the Canadian Government, citing the Manila Standard newspaper, as having a link to the Kung Lok Triad (Chinese mafia) and as being linked to "several illegal activities" during the period 1999–2002.
Ho serves as chairwoman of the French Macao Business Association. Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island awarded her an honorary doctorate of Business administration in May 2007. In April 2009, she was named Chevalier de l'Ordre national du Mérite in a ceremony at the French consulate-general of Hong Kong.