The road to such fortune has not been easy for the Chow brothers who were born and initially raised in Hong Kong. Together, they have made some controversial decisions along the way after incurring some losses when they started their journey. Back in , the siblings first became partners on a short-lived fried chicken restaurant called Chicken Palace on the ground floor of their building in the New Zealand capital of Wellington. The venture, which lasted for only 6 months, would soon be followed by an attempt to convert the property into a multi-level restaurant facility and hotel. For about a year, the entire family lived o n the first floor of their Courtenay Place property. Looking back, year-old John considers it to be one of the worst times in his life.
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