Successful man returns to old residence, builds luxury houses for neighbors

We often hear of rags to riches stories from people all over the world. How these people managed to climb up the ladder of success is what touches and inspires the struggling individuals to also get on their feet and give a shot on their own fate.

There are many rich people who no longer want to look back on where they came from. They are simply contented with what they currently have and who they have become.

However, there are a few who have decided to give back to the less fortunate ones.

Just like what this businessman from China did.

Xiong Shuihua was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China. After earning millions, the business tycoon decided to return to the village and give everyone their own awesome place to live.

Xiong Shuihua (pictured) was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China and said that his family had always been well looked after and supported by residents in his childhood

The Chinese millionaire demolished the wooden huts where the villagers live and bulldozed the muddy roads and built luxury homes as a replacement.

A millionaire Chinese businessman has bulldozed the wooden huts and muddy roads where he grew up - and built luxury homes for the people who lived there

The 54-year-old Xiong even promised to provide 3 meals a day to the elderly people and those who have a low income.

The 54-year-old even promised three meals a day to the older residents and people on a low income to make sure they could get by

The whole area has been transformed in recent years, and now, a total of 72 families are enjoying life in luxury new apartment.

After making his millions, the business tycoon decided to return to the village and give everybody a place of their own to live

The families who were particularly kind to the businessman were given villas of their own, in a project amounting to more than $6 Million.

Xiong Shuihua said he could afford the development as he had 'earned more money than I knew what to do with'

“I earned more money than I knew what to do with, and I didn’t want to forget my roots. I always pay my debts, and wanted to make sure the people who helped me, when I was younger and my family were paid back,” Xiong Shuihua said.

A further 18 families, who were particularly kind to the businessman, were given villas of their own in a project costing close to £4million

Source: Elite Readers