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文章 Sushiboy » 週六 2月 09, 2019 9:55 pm

Taiwan seeks Canada's help finding, deporting fugitive/celebrity blogger

Su Chen Tuan, a glamorous influencer better known as Lady Nai Nai, built a following in Taiwan for her beauty and lifestyle tips.

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In a well-publicized, high-stakes, geopolitical spat, Beijing has been calling on Ottawa to release a tech executive.

And now in lighter, but still intriguing news, officials in Taipei are asking Ottawa to help find and deport from Canada a celebrity blogger accused of fleeing Taiwan with millions in stolen funds from a high-end cosmetic surgery clinic.

Su Chen Tuan, a glamorous influencer better known as Lady Nai Nai, built a following in Taiwan for her beauty and lifestyle tips. She is alleged to have been part of defrauding clients and investors of more than $42 million, declaring her business bankrupt, getting on a plane to the U.S. and ending up somewhere in Eastern Canada, starting first on Prince Edward Island.

The unfolding story has captured the interest of some Taiwanese-Canadians in B.C. who first started talking about the case, informally, in an online group among themselves.

Their Facebook page was recently discovered by reporters working feverishly in Taiwan and now they see themselves as part of a bigger effort to share information and, maybe, expose the exact whereabouts of Su, her husband Huang Po Chien and father-in-law Huang Li Hsiung. All are named as being wanted by Taiwan’s Ministry of Justice.

“We cannot actually do anything, of course, but I was just thinking we could help put some pressure on the situation by spreading the details and making it harder for them to hide,” said Sophie Lin, a Richmond resident.

She keeps up with current events in Taiwan even though she has lived in B.C. for more than 20 years and said she and “most Taiwanese feel some shame. It’s a loss of face, on both sides, my Canadian side and my Taiwanese side, to think of these people who have all this money and who are hiding here.”

Alleged victims in Taiwan claim they were duped of millions of dollars when a cosmetic surgery clinic in Taipei run by Su and her husband abruptly closed last December. Some said they paid in advance for various services and others were highly leveraged investors in the business.

Canada does not have diplomatic ties or an extradition treaty with Taiwan. Canada officially recognizes mainland China or the People’s Republic of China, which does not consider Taiwan a sovereign nation, but rather as a part of its territory. This means countries that diplomatically recognize mainland China and Beijing cannot have official government relations with Taiwan.

Despite this, it is still possible for agreements to be made on a case-by-case situation, according to lawyers.

On the delicate situation, Alice Wang, senior assistant director of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vancouver, which serves as a de facto representative group, said Canada and Taiwan have a close relationship with each actively promoting tourism and economic trade.

“We respect the procedures within Canada and we hope Canada can help deport these three people,” said Wang.

來源:https://vancouversun.com/news/national/ ... ty-blogger

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文章 Sushiboy » 週六 2月 09, 2019 9:57 pm

Taiwan seeks Ottawa’s help deporting three fugitives accused of fraud

Taiwanese officials are seeking assistance from the Canadian government to deport three fugitives who are accused of being involved in a multimillion-dollar fraud case back in their homeland and fleeing to this country.

Su Chen Tuan, better known as the hugely popular blogger Lady Nai Nai, has been accused along with her husband, Huang Po Chien, and her father-in-law, Huang Li Hsiung, of defrauding investors and clients of more than $40-million. Victims allegedly include investors in Ab Initio Medicina, a high-end cosmetic surgery clinic operated by the couple in Taipei that closed late last year.

“In conformity with the Canadian law, we hope Canada would assist to deport [the fugitives],” said Alice Wang, senior assistant director of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vancouver. “Taiwan is in the process of seeking official co-operation with Canada.”

According to the website of Taiwan’s Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice, the three have been wanted by the Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office since Jan. 8.

Ms. Wang declined to comment on whether Taiwanese authorities know the whereabouts of the three in Canada, but noted they are in discussion with Canadian law-enforcement agencies.

Angela Savard, a spokesperson for the Canadian Justice Department, refused to say whether Taiwan has lodged a formal extradition request. Any discussions that may or may not have taken place with Taiwan authorities are confidential state-to-state communications, she said in a statement.

Even though Taiwan doesn’t have an extradition treaty with Canada, it still can pursue the process through specific agreements, said Gary Botting, a Vancouver extradition lawyer. But such arrangements can be complicated and “are a bit like reinventing the wheel,” he said.

Taiwanese lawyer Chiu Ya-Chun, who represents some of the alleged victims in this case, said a number of her clients have suffered significant financial losses after borrowing money to invest in Ms. Su’s company.

She said she hopes the two governments can work together to apprehend the fugitives.

“I hope she could be brought back [to Taiwan] as soon as possible and sent for trial,” Ms. Chiu said in an interview.

She added her clients were aware of the sudden shutdown of the clinic on Dec. 1, 2018.

Ms. Su’s blog, where she shared her recipes, beauty and travel tips, and her thoughts on self-improvement, gained her fame and popularity in Taiwan. She was once a guest on some Taiwanese talk shows and is an author of several self-development books.

Ms. Su’s father-in-law, Mr. Huang, director of Ab Initio Medicina, is also a prominent obstetrician-gynecologist in Taiwan, who used to be the attending doctor at the National Taiwan University Hospital.

News that the family allegedly fled overseas with millions of dollars has attracted a lot of media attention in Taiwan, after reports suggested they had applied for refugee status in Canada.

Melissa Anderson, spokesperson for Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, stated in an e-mail that she couldn’t confirm or deny whether any of them had made a refugee claim in Canada because that information is private.

Canada Border Services Agency declined to comment on specifics of a particular case.

The trio’s flight from Taiwan prompted a Facebook group to share information and clues about the their whereabouts in Canada.

Sophin Lin, a Taiwanese Canadian living in Richmond, B.C., said she established the group after reading the news about Ms. Su from Taiwanese media.

She said at first, she just invited a few of her friends to join the group, but after a Taiwanese media outlet reported the group’s existence, she said many people from Taiwan requested to join, which brought the number of members to more than 3,000.

“The news [about the fleeing family] is reported by Taiwan media 24/7,” she said.

With a report from Wendy Stueck

來源:https://www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/can ... -of-fraud/

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文章 Sushiboy » 週六 2月 09, 2019 10:00 pm

Taiwanese fugitives enter Canada after fleeing on $42M fraud charges: Taiwan officials

Su Chen Tuan and two other high-profile fugitives from Taiwan are believed to be in Canada, according to Taiwan’s Ministry of Justice’s Investigation Bureau (MJIB).

According to the Ministry’s database of fugitives, Su, a famous blogger who goes by the moniker Lady Nai Nai, her partner Huang Po Chien, a plastic surgeon, and her partner’s father Huang Li Hsiung, a doctor, are wanted by the Taipei District Prosecutor’s Office for being “involved in fraud and other cases” and have “fled overseas before the cases were investigated.”

Focus Taiwan, the English publication of Taiwan’s state-run news agency, reported that Su, Huang Po Chien and Huang Li Hsiung shut down Ab Initio Medicina, a cosmetic surgery clinic, allegedly defrauding clients, friends and investors of some $42 million.

The departure of Su and Huang Po Chien from Taiwan via a flight to San Francisco, which they boarded on Nov. 30, 2018, was confirmed by immigration officials at Taoyuan International Airport, the Taipei Times reports.

Focus Taiwan adds that they made their way across the Canadian border on Jan. 5.

“On January 10th, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan cancelled the passport of Ms. Su and other two Taiwanese nationals (both Mr. Huang) upon receiving requests from Prosecutors agencies,” Joanne Ou, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Deputy (MOFA) Spokesperson told Global News.

“The cancellation of their passport was informed to Canadian respective authorities through Taiwan’s Representative Office in Canada, Toronto Office and Vancouver Office.”

The invalidation of the trio’s Republic of China passports means they can no longer use their passports to travel.

“Currently the case is under the investigation of the Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office,” Ou adds. “And MOFA will continue to be in fully coordination with the above-mentioned Prosecutors-Office.”

On Jan. 14, Taiwan’s Ministry of Justice’s Investigation Bureau announced it is offering up to $10,670 ($250,000 New Taiwan Dollar) per person for tips on the three fugitives. “Taiwan, to the best of its ability, will work with Canada’s Department of Justice to bring Su back,” said Taiwan’s MOFA spokesperson Andrew H.C. Lee.

The Taipei Times is reporting that the three were questioned by the Canadian Border Services Agency on Jan. 5 while crossing the border by car from Buffalo, New York. In addition to Su, her partner and her partner’s father, another female relative and the elder Huang’s wife were with them. When asked by Global News if MOFA could confirm the people accompanying Su across the border, Ou said she could not “further disclosed their marital status, therefore I will not comment on whether it is her ‘husband or father in law.'”

Su’s husband presented his Canadian permanent residency documents to CBSA officials in Fort Erie while the others made refugee claims that they are being persecuted by Taiwanese authorities, the same Taipei Times report said.

“Due to privacy laws, IRCC cannot comment on specific cases. This includes confirming or denying that an asylum claim has been made,” said Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada in an email response to Global News when asked if the Taiwanese fugitives had, in fact, claimed asylum.

Taiwan and Canada do not have an extradition treaty, Taiwan’s National Immigration Agency said, which makes it impossible for the CBSA to take action against the fugitives. Su’s family was allowed into Ontario since they had proper visitor’s visas and no criminal record, the Taipei Times reports.

Canada’s Department of Justice said in an email to Global News that “discussions about extradition are confidential state-to-state communications, the department cannot comment on confidential communications that it may or may not have had with Taiwan.”

Earlier local reports claimed they were hiding out in Prince Edward Island due to connections they have with the Great Enlightenment Buddhist Institute Society, a Canadian-based Buddhist organization with campuses in Charlottetown, Murray River and Montague. Global News reached out to GEBIS to ask whether the fugitives were members of the institute or if they’ve donated money in the past to the P.E.I campus, but did not receive a response.

When asked by Global News in an email about whether Su, Huang Po Chien and Huang Li Hsiung had been documented to have crossed through the Canadian border, the Canada Border Services Agency said it’s not their practice to speak “to the specifics of a particular case, nor to discuss the citizenship status of an individual.”

Su deleted her blog and Facebook page on Dec. 8, 2018, after issuing an apology where she asked people to be lenient with their family so they could solve “the current urgent matter,” a Taipei Times article said.

來源:https://globalnews.ca/news/4849392/taiw ... an-canada/

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文章 rssbot » 週五 3月 22, 2019 12:41 pm

貴婦奈奈小叔挨告 慫恿投資診所 出庭見記者拔腿跑

網紅貴婦奈奈與丈夫黃博健經營的「杏立博全」醫美診所去年惡性倒閉,夫妻倆捲款約10億元與名醫公公黃立雄潛逃加拿大遭通緝,今年初再傳出奈奈的小姑黃千芳也涉案遭通緝,如今奈奈的小叔黃博唯也因鼓吹友人投資杏立博全而挨告,他昨到台北地院出庭,一見記者就拔腿狂奔。
貴婦奈奈與黃博健去年舉家跑路,債主告上法院,但奈奈一家已逃到加拿大,現更傳出奈奈的小叔黃博唯,也因慫恿自家公司常客蕭女投資杏立博全而挨告。蕭女指控,黃聲稱每月可獲利1.5%,她因此匯款850萬元,但前年黃突稱周轉失靈還跟她借貸,合計欠她1079萬元。
黃博唯昨辯稱,當時他在自宅社區被認為精神病發作,被強制送醫住院一個月,期間公司沒人管,才發生骨牌效應導致周轉失靈,蕭女要求償,應去找當時把他送醫的房東和管委會。

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網紅貴婦奈奈(左)跟丈夫黃博健(右)因捲款逾10億元遭通緝。翻攝臉書

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貴婦奈奈的小叔黃博唯也因欠債挨告出庭。李奕緯攝

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文章 rssbot » 週三 4月 03, 2019 1:48 am

奈奈一家買內湖5豪宅涉捲10億元逃加國

知名部落客貴婦奈奈跟丈夫黃博健,去年11月,疑似吸金10億元潛逃加拿大,夫妻倆跟公公行蹤下落不明。而現在爆出,貴婦奈奈一家人在逃亡前,花了不少錢,購買內湖重劃區的5間豪宅,估計市值超過4億元,其中一戶已經被法院查扣,被吸金詐騙的被害人求償有望了。

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這棟華麗豪宅位在內湖重劃區,是知名部落客貴婦奈奈一家落跑前,大手筆買下的。

而且不只買一間,相隔不遠的另一個社區也置產。專家說她們眼光獨到,下手很精準。

房屋仲介執行長張旭嵐:「這兩間其實都是10年以內的房子,它的價值也還不錯。」

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知名部落客貴婦奈奈跟丈夫、公公3人涉嫌捲款10億元逃往加拿大,被北檢通緝25年,至今行蹤還是個謎。就有報導指出,貴婦奈奈和家人逃亡前,在內湖重劃區購買了5間豪宅,估計市值超過4億元,直接打臉她之前誇口說只租屋不買房。

房屋仲介執行長張旭嵐:「如果以這戶豪宅為例的話,在去年最新成交行情,約莫是總價6000萬。如果是以另一豪宅來說,它的建坪大概是53坪,以2017年有實價登錄的交易行情,也大概都在3500到3700的總價。」

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而這些不動產分別登記在老公黃博健、小姑黃千芳還有小叔黃博鴻名下各有一戶,目前被檢調鎖定,其中一間已被法院查扣,貴婦奈奈跟夫家一走了之留下一大堆的被害人,求償無門,現在出現一絲希望。只是債務實在龐大,5間豪宅還是不夠賠償。

Source: https://tw.news.yahoo.com/%E5%A5%88%E5% ... 50811.html

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文章 rssbot » 週三 4月 03, 2019 4:11 am

貴婦奈奈擁內湖5豪宅 市值蒸發1億多元

著名部落客「貴婦奈奈」(本名蘇陳端)涉嫌吸金詐騙,與丈夫黃博健、名醫公黃立雄等人,捲款10億潛逃加拿大遭通緝。檢調清查貴婦奈奈及其家人資產狀況,發現他們在台北內湖購置5間豪宅,價值超過4億元,而這5間豪宅社區「青川富御」及「琉森花園」也隨之曝光,若用最新交易價計算,貴婦奈奈的5間豪宅目前市值只剩2.3億元,蒸發了1億多元。

根據《鏡周刊》報導,貴婦奈奈和夫家在內湖有5戶豪宅,其中「青川富御」有3戶,分別登記在貴婦奈奈擔任董事長的端健生技有限公司、小姑黃千芳及小叔黃博鴻名下;「琉森花園」有2戶,分別登記在貴婦奈奈和黃博健名下。檢調目前正釐清這5間豪宅的購屋款,是否來自不法所得。

「青川富御」和「琉森花園」均位於台北市內湖區五期重劃區,基地周邊擁有明美公園到南京東路六段,面積1萬2千坪的生態綠帶,近國道一號內湖交流道、堤頂大道和環東大道,交通相當快速便利。此外,基地鄰近Costco、大潤發等賣場,採買不成問題,再加上位於明星學區內,所以要價不斐。

位於內湖新富街的「青川富御」為地上14層、地下4層的鋼筋混凝土豪宅,屋齡7年,有著花崗岩城堡式外牆,設計飯店穿堂式門廊,還有深度25米的前庭花園,庭院種植逾20種植栽,可觀賞四季變化美景,總戶數則有26戶,戶戶擁有9米大面寬的陽台,1層2戶皆93坪,可打通單層1戶186坪。

根據《信義房屋》網站資訊,「青川富御」成交價約在每坪60至61萬元間,近9個月每戶含車位交易的總價,約在6100萬元左右。

至於「琉森花園」為地上9層、地下3層的豪宅,南歐莊園設計,採FTTH(FiberToTheHome光纖到府),社區屋齡9至10年,分為花園館和琉森館,琉森館面對綠帶公園,每戶均為52坪,花園館則有景觀中庭,坪數為20多坪至40坪左右,坐落在內湖行善路281巷,與「青川富御」只有一街之隔。

根據《信義房屋》網站資訊,「琉森花園」成交價約在每坪57至60萬元左右,近6個月每戶含車位交易的總價,約在1980至2535萬元之間。


《蘋果新聞網》則根據《信義房屋》網站最新的成交價計算,貴婦奈奈的這5間豪宅價值只剩2.3億元,竟大幅縮水1億多元。

美商ERA資深經理陳泰源表示,內湖五期重劃區當初房價確實很高,但該重劃區推案量龐大,尤其是在2011年房價已屬群魔亂舞的尾聲,卻有大量投資客湧入,沒有人住的情況下,晚上黑壓壓一片,現在連便利商店都開不下去,仲介公司更是「做一家倒一家」,已經成為有名的「慘賠一條街」。

Source: https://tw.appledaily.com/new/realtime/ ... 3/1544855/

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文章 rssbot » 週四 8月 22, 2019 1:37 am

女抽脂亡 貴婦奈奈夫涉偽造手術同意書遭二度通緝

惡性倒閉捲款潛逃前往加拿大的名媛貴婦奈奈和夫婿黃博健,兩人設立的杏立博全醫美診所,2016年替一名女子進行抽脂手術後導致死亡,但黃男與開刀陳姓醫師出示的死者手術同意書竟被地檢署發現涉嫌偽造,除了陳姓醫師被起訴外,北檢也對黃博健再度發布通緝。

檢方調查,1名何姓女子2016年前往杏立博全醫美珍所進行電波拉皮及聚焦超音波減脂手術,由陳姓醫師負責執行,未料術後何女昏迷不醒,送醫急救後宣告不治。女子家屬憤而狀告陳、黃兩人業務過失致死,但陳、黃兩人業務過失致死部分遭地檢署不起訴處分。

家屬不死心又提出民事訴訟,訴訟期間,發現黃博健所出示的手術同意書與死者簽署時間不符,認為診所偽造同意書,於是再度怒告陳姓醫師與黃博健偽造文書。

檢方發現發現死者簽署的時間與事實不符,因此認為陳姓醫師涉犯偽造文書罪而依法起訴。

但貴婦奈奈與丈夫黃博健、公公黃立雄、小姑黃千芳等去年就捲款10億潛逃出境,台北地檢署去年11月就對4名被發布通緝,時效長達25年。檢方針對此案,又再度對黃博健發布通緝。

Source: https://www.chinatimes.com/realtimenews ... 0402?chdtv

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文章 rssbot » 週一 9月 23, 2019 9:30 pm

美加地區約有50多名台灣外逃通緝犯,以逃往加拿大的貴婦奈奈一家為例,駐在當地的法務秘書得到消息,首先會透過管道由警方協查奈奈一家人下落,另 ...

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