Behold, regular business card holders. I give you the business card of Chen Guangbiao, CEO of Recyclable Material Salvage & Reclamation Corporation. It is, hands down, the Greatest Business Card Ever.
As a businessman and high-profile philanthropist, Chen is one of China's top 400 richest people, and was estimated to have a personal fortune of worth $740 million in 2012. He's recently been in the news because he wants to buy The New York Times for a couple of billion bucks.
I guess you don't get into a position like that without some audacity, and his incredible English-language business card -- handed out to U.S. journalists -- clearly shows it. His many illustrious titles include:
Most Influential Person of China
Most Prominent Philanthropist of China
China Moral Leader
China Earthquake Rescue Hero
Most Well-known and Beloved Chinese Role Model
China Top Ten Most Honorable Volunteer
Most Charismatic Philanthropist of China
China Low Carbon Emission Environmental Protection Top Advocate
China Foremost Environmental Preservation Demolition Expert
Did he receive these titles by popular vote, or some kind of official determination, or are they self-proclaimed? Whatever the case, I'm inspired. It's clear that my own business card layout is all wrong.
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