Former China tour guide Yang Yin, who is embroiled in a legal court case over ownership of a wealthy widow's wealth, has filed a notice of appeal against the court's earlier decision to recognize 88 year-old Madam Chung Khin Chun's new will which leaves most of her assets to charity. Madam Chung's assets are estimated to be valued at about $40 million.Read More »
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JUDGEMENT: YANG YIN WILL NOT GET A SINGLE CENT!
Former China tour guide Yang Yin has been officially cut off from a rich widow's new will. A court on Monday recognised Madam Chung Khin Chun's new will, which leaves most of her assets to charity. The new will, made in December last year, replaces a previous one in which she had left everything to Yang.Read More »
MADAM CHUNG IS NOW BROKE; MORE THAN $10 MILLION MISSING.
Madam Chung is well-known among Singaporeans for her association with PRC tour guide Yang Yin, who was accused of taking advantage of Chung's dementia to cheat her of her more than $40 million worth of assets. Yang is a former PAP grassroot activist in Jalan Kayu ward, where MP Intan Moktan is the MP in-charge. Yang is now facing more than 300 charges of falstification of documents and related immigration offences.Read More »
PRC CHEAT YANG YIN FACES ADDITIONAL CHARGES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION ACT!
Former China tour guide Yang Yin has been slapped with three additional charges under the Immigrations Act. Deputy Public Prosecutor Ang Feng Qian said the Commercial Affairs Department, Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore and Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore have completed investigations into the 40-year-old's case.Read More »
FAMILY COURT RULES THAT WEALTHY WIDOW CAN REVOTE LPA OF CHINA TOUR GUIDE
The Family Court on Monday ruled that wealthy widow Madam Chung Khin Chun's application to cancel former China tour guide Yang Yin's Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) over her assets is valid.Read More »
S’PORE COURTS RELEASE PRC CHEAT YANG YIN ON $150,000 BAIL
The former China tour guide embroiled in a tussle over the assets of a rich widow has been granted bail of $150,000, the court decided on Thursday. His passport has also been impounded. On Wednesday, Yang was slapped with 320 new charges for falsifying his company's receipts. The 40-year-old had admitted in statements to the police that he created the false receipts so that he could stay in Singapore, said the prosecution on Wednesday.Read More »
PRC CHEAT YANG YIN TO BE CHARGED IN COURT
According to Chinese broadsheet Zaobao, Yang Yin will be charged in State Court this afternoon. He is expected to face 11 criminal charges. Commercial Affairs Department has filed charges against Yang under section 477A of falsification of accounts under the Penal Code. It carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.Read More »
SINGAPORE COMPANY RIKVIN HELPED PRC CHEAT YANG YIN GET EMPLOYMENT PASS
CHINESE national Yang Yin was so determined to make a new life in Singapore that he hired a specialised recruitment firm here to set up his company and apply for an Employment Pass (EP), as a prelude to getting permanent resident status. The studio's address is listed as the bungalow of the wealthy widow who handed control of her $40 million worth of assets to the former tour guide in 2012, after he became a Singapore PR.Read More »
HIGH COURT APPROVES REQUEST TO INCLUDE YANG YIN’S WIFE WENG YANDAN IN LAWSUIT
The niece of a rich widow has successfully obtained court permission to sue the wife of a former China tour guide. Madam Hedy Mok, the niece of 87-year-old Madam Chung Khin Chun, received court approval on Wednesday to add Madam Weng Yandan, wife of Mr Yang Yin, as a defendant in an on-going High Court suit. The duo are alleged to have neglected in their legal duties in caring for Madam Chung and Madam Mok is seeking damages.Read More »
OFFICE OF PUBLIC GUARDIAN SEEKS TO SUSPEND POWER OF NIECE AND FORMER TOUR GUIDE
The widow, Madam Chung Khin Chun, 87, was allegedly manipulated into handing control of her assets to the former tour guide, Mr Yang Yin. This was revealed in a press statement sent by Mr Yang's lawyer, Mr Daniel Zhu from Straits Law Practice LLC, on Monday night. Mr Zhu added that Mr Yang "welcomes and supports" the application of the OPG.Read More »