Fang’s Enterprises rise at Vaitele

A city on top of a hill cannot be hidden. Or in this case a massive two story building that can be spotted from as far as the Beach Road seawall at night.

With the opening of the new Frankie’s Hyper-Supermarket and more businesses and buildings going up, there is a lot of commotion happening in the Industrial heel at Vaitele.  

Still, there’s a building that sits just a top the hill of Vatiele that is drawing attention and many are keen to find out what it is.  

The building belongs to Fang’s Enterprises Ltd. It is a multi million-tala structure owned by Wilson Fang. 

Mr. Fang is of Chinese heritage, who’s family investment have made it possible to fund the building.

Before venturing to Samoa, Fang had a business in Tonga which he owned and operated for 10 years. 

He made the trek to Samoa once and was hooked to stay.  Six years later, Mr. Fang is a proud Samoan citizen and married to a local Samoan woman who has ties in Vaitele.

Mr. Fang purchased the land a top the hill with a dream and vision to build a home for his family and start a business.  

He shared with the Samoa Observer what the massive building will become.

In three months time, he is looking to open a Supermarket called Best Value. 

He is looking to expand his business and branch out westward of the island.    

But this is not all.  Mr. Fang’s vision for the building is to house a plethora of companies and businesses in the massive space.   

What makes Mr. Fang’s venture special is his drive to invest back into the local economy. 

 Now that he is a citizen, Mr. Fang is looking to give back by hiring locals and spending profit in Samoa.   

He is not looking to compete with other businesses in the area.

He is adamant that he just wanted to work hard to bring something special to Samoa. 

The official structure will be completed soon before Best Value is opened.

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