Changhua man sentenced for spying

Taipei Times
Date: Jan 02, 2021
By: Jason Pan / Staff reporter

A Changhua County businessman was on Thursday sentenced to a three-month prison term for contravening the National Securities Act (國家安全法).

The Taipei District Court said that Fu-Mei Scissors and Tools Manufacturing Co chairman Huang Chiung-tun (黃炯墩) was recruited by Chinese intelligence officers after he in 2000 established a factory in the country.

The sentence can be commuted to a NT$90,000 fine.

The court filing showed that Huang was recruited to gather information on Falun Gong and the Democratic Progressive Party members, and military installations in Taiwan.   [FULL  STORY]

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