Wen Yibo Net Worth

He is the founder and chairman of Sound Environmental Resources and Sound Global, two companies listed on the Shenzhen and Hong Kong stock exchanges respectively. He has extensive experience in the environmental engineering industry, having worked in the Chinese government for many years. His companies focus on the development of environmental protection and energy conservation technologies.
Wen Yibo is a member of Service

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place Beijing, China, China

💰 Net worth: $1.1 Billion (2024)

Wen Yibo, better known as Service in China, is an incredibly successful and wealthy individual. With an estimated net worth of $1.1 billion by 2024, he has amassed a fortune that many aspire to achieve. Known for his business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit, Wen Yibo has made a name for himself as a prominent figure in the Chinese industry. His achievements are a testament to his dedication and hard work, which have undoubtedly propelled him to the pinnacle of success.

2011 $1.1 Billion
2012 $1 Billion
2013 $1.36 Billion
2014 $1.5 Billion
2015 $1.4 Billion
2016 $1.5 Billion
2017 $1.2 Billion
2018 $1.3 Billion

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Famous Quotes:

The history of Wenyi Bao, the most prestigious and influential magazine of its kind in Communist China, parallels the history of the Peoples Republic; founded in September 1949, Wenyi Bao has been at the heart of every literary movement since its inception, including the controversy surrounding its own editorial staff in the early 1950s. It has kept the Chinese reading public abreast not only of current literary trends, policies and squabbles, but of selected aspects of world literature as well. Virtually every truly important statement on literature sooner or later appeared in the pages of Wenyi Bao. Thus the magazine’s forced cessation of publication in 1966 temporarily stilled one of the truly influential literary organs."



Wen yi bao was first issued on 25 September 1949 (the week before the founding of the People's Republic of China. It was suspended between June 1966 and June 1978 (during the Cultural Revolution). Howard Goldblatt (1979) described the impact as follows:


Since 2003 it has been issued three times a week. The editors of the paper have included Mao Dun 茅盾, Ding Ling 丁玲, Feng Xuefeng 冯雪峰, Zhang Guangnian 张光年 and Feng Mu 冯牧.