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  1. Zhejiang jails four Taiwanese for spying

    Posted Dec 29th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to 10 years for collecting intelligence in eastern China, the Zhejiang Daily reported. They were identified as Chao Yung-yu, 53, Wu Che-ming, 36, Pei Chung-hao, 26, and Ke Jung-chun, 43. According to the newspaper, Chao, from Taichung city, joined Taiwan's intelligence organisation two years ago and was assigned to collect military intelligence in Hangzhou, in Zhejiang, ...

  2. Taiwanese accused of recruiting novice spies

    Posted Jan 11th 2005, 12:00am by Shi Jiangtao

    ... paid between NT$30,000 and NT$40,000 ($7,300-$9,700) a month by Taiwanese intelligence authorities, the report said. Taichung city native Chao, who joined Taiwan's intelligence service ... for espionage activities, the island had put their lives at risk, the report said. 'Taiwanese authorities, eager to collect military intelligence, have reached the point of [carrying out espionage ...

  3. Ex-liaison office man gets 15 years for spying

    Posted Nov 08th 2004, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... intelligence service, sources say. The verdict was handed down last week after a secret trial in Guangzhou. Wei Pingyuan, another high-ranking official with the office, was given a heavier sentence, ... Sources said Cai, the former secretary-general of the office, received a more lenient term because he did not join the British intelligence service and had shown remorse. Previous reports had ...

  4. Warning police will 'strike hard at hostile forces'

    Posted Dec 29th 2009, 12:00am by Verna Yu

    ... and diligently collect intelligence about their political foes, he said. 'In the new year, there will be no relaxation on stability maintenance.' They must 'strike hard against hostile ... intelligence over the internet and strive to finish building an intelligence network by the end of next year. The second phase of the 'Golden Shield' internet censorship project must also ...

  5. Prisoner of the system

    Posted Jul 21st 2009, 12:00am by Jerome Cohen

    ... a foreign organisation with 'intelligence'. Yet 'intelligence' is even broader than 'state secret', and the definition imposed by the Supreme People's Court is hopelessly vague. Chinese have been convicted of sending abroad 'intelligence' that has already been published in China. Lawyers who prove too vigorous at trial- for example, by challenging ...

  6. Chairman, director jailed for false accounting

    Posted Sep 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... Intelligent Technologies chairman Xu Peixin, 41, was also disqualified from being a company director for five years after being convicted on a joint charge of conspiracy to use false instruments. ... be the major beneficiary of the fraud.' Global Trend is a provider of hardware and software for intelligent buildings. Trading in the company's shares has been suspended since September last ...

  7. Assassin may be declared democracy hero

    Posted Apr 04th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... as an activist for democracy,' a committee member said. 'However, we will also pay attention to the facts that Kim, as former chief of the intelligence agency, committed an immoral act of assassinating the president, and it is suspected that the US Central Intelligence Agency was the instigator. It also triggered another military coup d'etat.' The state commission was set up ...

  8. HK a hotbed of espionage, says mainland official

    Posted Dec 20th 2003, 12:00am by Gary Cheung, Klaudia Lee

    ... for allegedly leaking state secrets to foreign intelligence agents. Mr Li said Cai's case was not an isolated incident. 'Hong Kong is a place where foreign intelligence agencies conduct a lot ... information to the British for $6 million. The Hong Kong Chinese News Agency quoted mainland security officials as saying foreign intelligence agencies had been recruiting informants, collecting ...

  9. After breaking Japanese codes, going home proved a long and harsh road

    Posted Mar 27th 2011, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... background in one of the Nationalist government's most important intelligence units, he was an obvious target. In January 1952, a military court in Shanghai sentenced him to 12 years in prison ...

  10. Australian spy gets stiffer term

    Posted Nov 01st 2003, 12:00am by Nick Squires

    ... Nick Squires in Sydney An Australian would-be spy who gave top-secret documents to a prostitute was jailed yesterday after a previous, more lenient sentence was overturned on appeal. Simon Lappas, 28, who worked as an analyst with Australia's Defence Intelligence Organisation, stole the classified information in a bid to ingratiate himself with Sherryll Ellen Dowling, ...




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