Wu Lung-Wei is the largest shareholder of Wuxing, and is the President of the AAA Megacorporation. He is the son of the founder of Wuxing, Wu Kuan-Lei, and is married to another principal shareholder on the board, Sharon Chiang-Wu. It was under his leadership and guidance that Wuxing rose to the level of AAA Prime Megacorporation, and he was one of the key leaders in the formation of the Pacific Prosperity Group.
Wu Lung-Wei studied at the Harvard Business School, where he met and married Sharon Chiang-Wu. He spent some time after his formal education wandering through mainland China, seemingly without cause or purpose. He received ownership of Wuxing when his father, Wu Kuan-Lei, died in 2039. He was granted an unusual bequest through Dunkelzahn's Will in 2057, a statue called the "Jade Dragon of Wind and Fire".