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Caesars Entertainment Corporation has appointed Hong Kong native Lily Ng its president of Caesars Global Living Asia, which is the company's non-gaming luxury hotel-management division. Lily Ng has held executive-level positions at several Fortune 500 companies in a career inclusive of experience in hotel operations, advisory roles, investments assessments, and underwriting for principal investors. Ms. Ng has been involved in hotel assets throughout China, Asia, and the U.S. that are worth more than $300 billion. Hilton Hotels Corporation, Security Capital Group, which was subsequently acquired by GE Capital, and PricewaterhouseCoopers (Hong Kong) are previous employers of the dynamic executive. She has accessed more than 300 projects in over 60 cities across China. "We are very excited that Lily, one of Asia's well-known and successful hotel industry executives, has agreed to head Caesars Global Living's hotel management activities in the vibrant Asian market," said Steven Tight, president of international development for Caesars Entertainment. "Her extensive China hospitality experience and exceptional history of accomplishments make her the ideal person to lead our expansion of Caesars-branded non-gaming luxury destinations in Asia." In 2010, Lily Ng was named one of China's Top 10 Female Leaders by the World Hotel Association. She has an MS degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BS degree from the University of Houston. She also has also completed graduate classes at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Business School, and the Graduate School of Design. Additionally, she has continuing education credit hours in real estate appraisal from the Appraisal Institute in the United States. The mission of Caesars Global Living is to expand the reach of Caesars Entertainment's brands to hotels and resorts in major cities and destinations through the management of non-gaming luxury and lifestyle hotels, resorts and residences.