Wilful blindness : how a network of narcos, tycoons and CCP agents infiltrated the West

Published 2021
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In 1982 three of the most powerful men in Asia met in Hong Kong. That day they would decide how Hong Kong would be handed over to the CCP and how Chinese business tycoons Henry Fok and Li Ka-Shing would help Deng Xiaoping realize the CCP's domestic and global ambitions. That meeting would not only change Vancouver but the world. In 'Wilful Blindness', Sam Cooper reveals how BC government officials were aware of and potentially complicit in the resulting dirty money laundering scandal. Cooper is an award-winning Canadian journalist based in Ottawa, ON, cited as one of Canadas top investigative reporters.

xvi, 439 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : colour illustrations ; 23 cm
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Willful blindness
Includes bibliographical references.
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