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Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam   Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam
Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam

exclusive | Major Vancouver property developer is a Chinese corruption suspect wanted by Interpol

Photos of Michael Ching match Interpol fugitive Cheng Muyang, who fled Hong Kong in 2000

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Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam   Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam
Cheng Muyang (left) in an Interpol shot, and Michael Ching in Canada in 2011. Both show a mole near the right eyebrow. Right photo: Patrick P.K. Tam
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