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Peter Chan Chun-chuen

Peter Chan Chun-chuen, who used to go by Tony Chan, is a Hong Kong-born businessman and former fung shui practitioner born in December 1959. In 2013, Chan went on trial accused of forging the will of Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum, the late chairwoman of Chinachem and Asia's richest woman. Chan denied the charges, but was found guilty in the Court of First Instance on July 4, 2013.

Peter Chan: I am famous for being unpopular - I will make use of that

Fung shui guru turned Christian Peter Chan Chun-chuen was on the point of screaming he was innocent as the judge sent him to jail for 12 years last month.

But Chan says he drew on the strength of his new-found faith and held his tongue.

Friday, 2 August, 2013, 10:11am 10 comments

Nina Wang and I were a perfect match, says jailed Peter Chan

It was compatibility - not black magic or a spell - that kept tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum in love with him, Peter Chan Chun-chuen, the self-styled fung shui master, has claimed from jail.

In fact, they were such a perfect match that they never once squabbled, and even talked about Chan getting a divorce and marrying Wang, he said.

1 Aug 2013 - 9:55am 3 comments

Conman Peter Chan 'joyful' in prison after 'Holy Spirit spoke to him'

Prophecies, mystical numbers and holy voices have left jailed feng shui conman Peter Chan Chun-chuen "joyful" after his first two weeks behind bars - and he has already started writing a book, according to one of his visitors.

19 Jul 2013 - 10:28am 5 comments

Jailed fung shui master Peter Chan to appeal conviction

Jailed former fung shui master Peter Chan Chun-chuen filed an appeal yesterday against his conviction and 12-year jail term for forging and using a fake will said to belong to late tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum, a source familiar with the situation said.

11 Jul 2013 - 4:49am 1 comment

Peter Chan gets 12 years' jail for forging late tycoon Nina Wang's will

Peter Chan Chun-chuen secured special protection in prison yesterday after he was jailed for 12 years for what a judge described as shameless, cruel and extremely greedy conduct in forging the will of late tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum.

6 Jul 2013 - 3:25am 10 comments

Nina's lesson of wealth and will

After Teddy Wang Teh-huei disappeared, his widow, Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum, fought through Hong Kong's courts for eight years to establish the validity of a will that entitled her to inherit the Chinachem Group, as opposed to an earlier will in favour of her father-in-law. Despite this ordeal, she did nothing to prevent a similar situation - the emergence of two wills - arising after her own death.

6 Jul 2013 - 2:30am 1 comment

Legal experts lay long odds on a successful appeal

Peter Chan Chun-chuen and his family were tight-lipped yesterday over whether he planned to lodge an appeal, but criminal law specialists say the jailed former fung shui master will face a long and difficult fight if he does.

6 Jul 2013 - 3:25am

Peter Chan Chun-chuen shared Bible verses before verdict

Christianity convert Peter Chan Chun-chuen shared Bible teachings with his intimates hours before learning of his guilty verdict on Thursday.

6 Jul 2013 - 3:25am 4 comments

Forger Peter Chan gets 12 years in jail, called 'insidious, greedy, shameless'

Peter Chan Chun-chuen, described by a judge as insidious, shameless and extremely greedy, was jailed on Friday for 12 years for forging a will purportedly left by late billionaire Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum.

The 53-year-old former fung shui practitioner, previously known as Tony Chan, was on Thursday found guilty of forgery and using a false instrument.

29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am

Peter Chan: reinvention of a nobody with a big smile

From bartender to fung shui master, Peter Chan Chun-chuen rose from being a nobody living in a public housing flat to a man worth more than HK$2.7 billion.

A self-taught fung shui practitioner, Chan, now 53, amassed most of his fortune by pleasing late tycoon Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum - as her lover, as he claims, or as her sycophantic eunuch, as Wang's siblings have claimed.

5 Jul 2013 - 7:04am 5 comments