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Jimmy Liang


Jimmy Liang, founder of JP Fuji Group, is a visionary entrepreneur and accomplished chef. Co-founding his first restaurant, Fuji, in 1998, Liang's achievements have been acknowledged in notable publications, including "Boston's Future 50" by SmartCEO and "40 Stars Under 40" in the Patriot Ledger. His influence extended to Converse Sneakers' Global Exhibition Campaign.

Beyond his culinary success, Liang's leadership extends to chairing the South Shore YMCA's Taste of the South Shore, serving on boards like Eastern Bank, and collaborating with Cambridge Savings Bank. His philanthropic efforts span diverse causes, including Father Bill's & Main Spring's Food Fest, the South Shore Medical Center's Asian Service Fund, Bakes for Breast Cancer, Rodman for Kids, Quincy Asian Resources (QARI), Inc., WGBH, Pine Street Inn, Josline Diabetes Center, and more. Liang's ethos of empowerment and unity resonates profoundly. His belief in investing in his staff's growth is evident through his partnership with "English for New Bostonians," providing English classes to new immigrant employees.

JP Fuji Group, under Liang's guidance, thrives with nine Mtro Boston locations. His journey embodies not only culinary excellence but also a profound dedication to uplifting individuals, fostering community, and shaping legacy of unity and empowerment.