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How I Conquered the World with Good Manners

Saturday 1 April 2017

45 Minutes


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Sir David Tang, entrepreneur, Financial Times agony uncle and author of Rules for Modern Life explains how he conquered the world with good manners.

Tang is a Hong Kong businessman and founder of the China Club and various companies including the Shanghai Tang fashion house and Pacific Cigar Company.  As the FT’s agony uncle, he answers readers’ questions about property, interiors, architecture and gardens and often debates matters of etiquette and grammar.

Here he talks to deputy editor of FT Weekend Jane Owen.

This event lasts 45 minutes.