China’s ‘most wanted’ have B.C. addresses

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Three of the 22 Chinese corruption suspects from China’s recently-published “most wanted” list have Richmond, B.C. addresses.

The most prominent Chinese national accused of corruption with connections to British Columbia is Cheng Muyang, or “Michael Ching”, the former chairman of a Hong Kong investment company. Muyang is accused of embezzlement and concealment of illegal gains. He is the CEO of Mo Yeung Enterprises Ltd., the company responsible for developing Richmond’s International Trade Centre.

Xiao Bin, who came to Canada in 2011, is accused of embezzlement.

Li Wenge, who has been living in Canada since 2013, is suspected of contract and fundraising fraud.

Read more at Richmond News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.