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A born-and-raised Hongkonger, Nicholas Chow is often seen hanging out with the city’s flashest scions and his infectious personality leaves few immune to his charms. His visit to the Tatler office last year had the team erupting with laughter as he recounted fun travel memories and his favourite eateries in the city. In recent years, Chow has channelled his charisma and influence towards raising the profile of lab-grown diamonds, a more ethical choice than traditionally mined gems.
-As written by Tara Sobti, Society Editor at Tatler Hong Kong
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