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Hong Kong billionaire’s gay daughter laughs off £40 million bounty


Hong Kong billionaire’s gay daughter laughs off £40 million bounty

The gay daughter of one of the richest men in Hong Kong has laughed off her father’s plan to offer nearly £40 million to any man who can charm her into a heterosexual marriage.

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