Why Hong Kong could be good for your health

The smoggy harbour is not known for its healthcare, but one entrepreneur is keen to set the record straight.
Feisal Alibhai
Feisal Alibhai

When Feisal Alibhai was diagnosed with stage-three cancer, the successful 35-year-old entrepreneur did not take the news lying down.

Today, after tackling 20 rounds of chemo and three surgeries, he is healthy again and starting a new business that draws on the knowledge that he gained about the healthcare industry not to mention the strength of character he derives from his recovery.

Alibhai launched Qineticare, Hong Kong’s first dedicated family health office, in May a business that focuses on the qualities he learned to value most during his illness “What I look for is competency, accessibility and humanity,” he said in an interview at his new...

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