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Michael Ching Mo Yeung, pictured in 2011 (left), and as he appears in Interpol's Red Notice under the name Cheng Muyang. Photo: SCMP Picture
Michael Ching Mo Yeung, pictured in 2011 (left), and as he appears in Interpol's Red Notice under the name Cheng Muyang. Photo: SCMP Picture

exclusive | Chinese fugitive Ching Mo Yeung is a criminal and fraudster, says Canada’s immigration ministry

Scathing statement follows revelation Chinese police asked Canada to deny citizenship to Vancouver property mogul, now seeking asylum

Michael Ching Mo Yeung, pictured in 2011 (left), and as he appears in Interpol's Red Notice under the name Cheng Muyang. Photo: SCMP Picture
Michael Ching Mo Yeung, pictured in 2011 (left), and as he appears in Interpol's Red Notice under the name Cheng Muyang. Photo: SCMP Picture
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