Away from business, Li has served as a council member of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, but his term as member and association with the University has since ended. He is also a full member of the Hong Kong Computer Society. He is a licensed pilot, in the United States and Canada, and a licensed divemaster.
In April 2009, Isabella Leong, Li's girlfriend and a former Hong Kong singer, gave birth to his son, Ethan Li. In June 2010, Leong gave birth to Li's twin sons in San Francisco.
In March 2011, Isabella announced to the media that the couple have ended their relationship. They have both announced that the split is amicable and that they will both take care of the children.
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