A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE
A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE

Taiwanese retired colonel given four-year sentence for spying for mainland China

  • Tu Yung-hsin found guilty trying to build a spy network for Beijing
  • Conviction comes as Beijing says it has cracked down on ‘hundreds’ of spying cases linked to the island

Topic |   Taiwan
A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE
A retired Taiwanese lieutenant colonel has been told to serve four years in prison for trying to build a spy network for mainland China. Photo: EPA-EFE
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