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H. H. Kung

Kung Hsiang-hsi (孔祥熙 1881 - 1967), often known as H. H. Kung, a wealthy Chinese banker.

Kung was an early supporter of Sun Yat-sen and later of Chiang Kai-shek. He long served in the Chinese government as industry and finance minister.

He married Soong Ai-ling[?], one of the Soong sisters. He claimed that he was a 75th generation descendant of Confucius.

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