By: Liu Hsih-yi and Ko Lin
The Taipei District Court approved Chang's incommunicado detention two days after prosecutors appealed its decision to release him on bail after a preliminary hearing of the case.
According to prosecutors, Chang was charged in connection with false property declarations, fraud and embezzlement.
He has been under investigation since FAT abruptly canceled all its flights last December and laid off nearly 1,000 employees, citing financial problems. [FULL STORY]