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In Conclusion: Li Tan, who has spent a decade with Carnegie Corp., and much of that time leading its investments in China, is leaving the firm. “After living in the States for fifteen years, I am moving back to China in two weeks,” he e-mailed colleagues. Today’s his last day. Once he gets back to China, Tan will join Noah Private Wealth Management in Shanghai.