Compare the handwriting of ten top Chinese tech CEOs

Compare the handwriting of ten top Chinese tech CEOs

September 14, 2013

by C. Custer

The Chinese believe that a person’s handwriting says a lot about them. As someone with terrible handwriting, I’m inclined to think/hope that isn’t the case. But if you’re one of the people that believes you can tell something about someone from their handwriting, then enjoy this window into the personalities of ten of China’s top tech CEOs:

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Baidu CEO Robin Li

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Tencent CEO Pony Ma

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Former Alibaba CEO Jack Ma1378987278981

Sohu CEO Charles Zhang

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Netease CEO Ding Lei

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Qihoo CEO Zhou Hongyi (left)

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Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun

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Sina CEO Charles Chao

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Giant Interactive CEO Shi Yuzhu

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Giant Interactive CEO Chen Tianqiao

So who’s got the best looking handwriting? I suppose it’s all a matter of taste, but personally I’m rather partial to the mad-looking scribblings of Jack Ma. To each his own, though!

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