An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock
An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock

‘I did it for the money’: the Chinese spy who gave up state secrets

  • Engineer says he handed over classified information after being approached by a man who said he worked for a start-up company
  • The contact was later found to be working for an unidentified ‘overseas organisation’, report says

Topic |   US-China relations
An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock
An engineer was ordered to serve nine months in prison after he was found guilty of handing over state secrets. Photo: Shutterstock
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