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

A prominent Vancouver property developer has been identified as a Chinese corruption suspect who is wanted by Interpol, the South China Morning Post can reveal.

Photographs of businessman Michael Ching Mo Yeung, the president and CEO of Mo Yeung International Enterprise, match Interpol’s photo of fugitive Cheng Muyang, who is sought by the People’s Procuratorate of Qiaoxi district in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province, for graft and concealing and transferring illegal gains.

Cheng, 45, is the son of Cheng Weigao – a powerful official who served as party chief of Hebei and later chairman of the local people’s congress. Cheng Weigao was investigated for corruption and subsequently expelled from the Communist Party in 2003. He died in disgrace in 2010.

  • David Murrell

    Please read the post. Says that the corrupt Chinese immigrant is a big donor in federal Liberal politics. An article like this is in today’s (April 30) National Post. But it is censored in today’s Globe and Mail. Too much Trudeau payola money going to the Globe.

  • AmicusC

    that article isn’t fair. those could be any two random Chinese how can you tell the difference lol

  • simus1

    Chinese characters for “corruption suspect” are literally “failed to fairly share with superiors. 🙂

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    That’s not Tom Vu.