Couple accused of taking stolen funds to Canada

DISAPPEARANCE: A self-identified victim said the well-known couple had defrauded people and transferred the money to Canada via a Buddhist religious foundation

Taipei Times
Date: Dec 10, 2018
By: Jason Pan  /  Staff reporter

Taipei prosecutors are investigating prominent cosmetic doctor Paul Huang (黃博健) and his wife, Internet celebrity Su Chen Tuan (蘇陳端), better known as Lady Nai Nai (貴婦奈奈), for alleged financial fraud, after they left Taiwan on a flight to the US, with local media reporting that they might be “hiding” on Canada’s Prince Edward Island.

Huang, 38, and Su Chen, 44, have been accused of defrauding clients and friends of about NT$ 1 billion (US$32.42 million), some of which people invested in Ab initio Medicina (杏立博全), an upscale cosmetic surgery clinic in Taipei City, and two other businesses operated by the couple.

Debtors and clients who made advance payments for seminars and medical treatment have formed a victims’ association and filed criminal complaints, while Taipei prosecutors confirmed that they are investigating fraud charges against the couple.

Prosecutors summoned the couple for questioning and barred them from leaving the country after they failed to appear, as their Taipei clinic and other businesses had been shut down without warning last week and they had not paid their employees.

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