Ling Wancheng, a wealthy and politically connected businessman who fled to the U.S., was living in this $2.5 million home in Loomis. China is demanding that the Obama administration return Ling, according to several American officials familiar with the case. Should he seek political asylum, he could become one of the most damaging defectors in the history of the People’s Republic of China.
Ling Wancheng, a wealthy and politically connected businessman who fled to the U.S., was living in this $2.5 million home in Loomis. China is demanding that the Obama administration return Ling, according to several American officials familiar with the case. Should he seek political asylum, he could become one of the most damaging defectors in the history of the People’s Republic of China. Max Whittaker The New York Times
Ling Wancheng, a wealthy and politically connected businessman who fled to the U.S., was living in this $2.5 million home in Loomis. China is demanding that the Obama administration return Ling, according to several American officials familiar with the case. Should he seek political asylum, he could become one of the most damaging defectors in the history of the People’s Republic of China. Max Whittaker The New York Times

From living in Loomis to hiding from Chinese agents

August 21, 2015 08:00 AM

UPDATED August 22, 2015 07:54 PM

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