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Vancouver property developer Michael Ching Mo Yeung, who was last week identified as Chinese fugitive Cheng Muyang, has broken his silence. Photos: SCMP Pictures

Graft fugitive Michael Ching Mo Yeung finally admits he is a wanted man in China... but denies any guilt

Vancouver property developer Michael Ching Mo Yeung, who was last week identified as Chinese fugitive Cheng Muyang, has broken his silence to admit that he is wanted on corruption charges in the mainland but denies he is guilty.

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