Forbes magazine regularly comes out with a list of richest people in the world and they’ve come out with a list of Asia’s youngest billionaires for 2013. On the list are Gree’s Yoshikazu Tanaka from Japan and Fang Wei of Fangda International Industrial Investment of Beijing in China. Forbes also came out with a similar list in 2008, which included several billionaires like Ma Huateng of Tencent Holdings from China and Chu Lam Yiu from Hong Kong. These young, self-made billionaires serve as an inspiration to anyone who believes that hard work—and a bit of cleverness—can indeed make you rich.

1. Yoshikazu Tanaka (36)

Japanese entrepreneur and self-made bilionaire Yoshikazu Tanaka founded social network game site Gree when he was just 26. He has had the distinction of being called “Asia’s Youngest Self-Made Billionaire” by Forbes in 2010. Gree has grown big enough to acquire other companies, including Atlantis Co….