A Taiwan man suspected of spying for China and making a 1995 bomb threat in Taipei has been referred for prosecution on charges of violating the National Security Law. Taiwan's Central News Agency reported that Ho Poh-ching was said to have taken an unspecified amount of money from Chinese agents in Hong Kong and mainland China in exchange for names of people in the island's armed forces. Ho allegedly obtained the lists from his wife, who worked in the conscription department of a local government office. He allegedly contacted China's Association For Relations Across the Taiwan Strait in March 1995 after becoming dissatisfied with the political situation in Taiwan. He was reportedly told to get information on defence and other matters. In 1995, Ho was said to have warned a bomb would go off during a dance in Taipei. It turned out to be a hoax.