Former Guanshengyuan chairman killed by falling stone

By Guo Yiming
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Weng Mao, the former board chairman of Shanghai Guanshengyuan Food (Group). [File photo]

A former businessman was hit in the head by a stone that was pushed over by a monkey at a mountain park in central China's Henan Province on April 19, according to the park's administration office.

Weng Mao, 67, the man in the accident, was quickly sent to a local hospital but later died from his injuries.

He was the former board chairman of Shanghai Guanshengyuan Food (Group), which owns the famous White Rabbit Creamy Candy brand, an insider at the company revealed.

The insider said that Weng had kept fit after retirement and had a passion for photography. It is still unclear if the trip to Yuntai Mountain was an organized photo shooting activity.

The accident happened in the mountain park's Xiaozhaigou Valley. The park is a natural reserve for macaque monkeys, a second-class protected animal species in China.

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