Meet, Eric Tse
He's 24 years old.
On Tuesday, 22 October, he became an overnight billionaire, joining the list of the world's richest individuals after USD3.8 billion gift from his Chinese parents
A gift of USD3.8 billion.
Converted into local currency, that's RM16 billion approximately.
So who are his parents?
He is the son of Tse Ping and Cheng Cheung Ling.
Mr Tse Ping is the founder of Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd, a Hong Kong pharmaceutical company, and his wife, Cheng Cheung Ling, is the Executive Director.
According to a calculation by Bloomberg, the combined wealth owned by him, his parents, and his older sister Theresa is at about USD8.5 billion (approximately RM35.5 billion) through the value of Sino Biopharmaceutical shares.
There's no tax on gifts or inherited wealth in Hong Kong.
The 24-year-old, who was also made an executive director of the company, says he'll try to keep a low profile
According to South China Morning Post (SCMP), Eric said that although he will not participate in nomination for Billionaire List organised by media or other organisations in his own name, he is happy to participate in the name of the Tse Ping family.
Meanwhile, Eric's role as an executive director comes with compensation of USD498,000 per year, plus discretionary bonuses.
CNN said that he is part of "a new wave of wealth in China", one which sees, for the first time, more Chinese than Americans in the richest 10% of people in the world.
Here are some more photos from his globetrotting lifestyle
Earlier this year, 13 Malaysians made it to Forbes' World's Billionaires List. Their combined total? RM251.9 billion.