Taiwanese Canadians vow to track down fugitive blogger

Lady Nai Nai reportedly applied for refugee status in Canada after accusations of fraud in Taiwan

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Taiwanese Canadians set up a Facebook group to track down Lady Nai Nai (screenshot from Facebook).

Taiwanese Canadians set up a Facebook group to track down Lady Nai Nai (screenshot from Facebook).

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - Angry Taiwanese Canadians have formed a Facebook group to track down the whereabouts of Su Chen-tuan (蘇陳端), a blogger better known as Lady Nai Nai (貴婦奈奈), who fled to Canada with her family amid accusations of fraud.

Su, 44, her husband, cosmetic surgeon Paul Huang (黃博健), 38, and her father-in-law Huang Li-hsiung (黃立雄) fled to the United States last November when allegations surfaced that they had defrauded investors in a clinic to the tune of NT$1 billion (US$32.4 million).

On January 5, they reportedly drove with two other relatives from Buffalo, New York, to Hamilton, Ontario, in Canada, where Su allegedly applied for asylum as a refugee. Canadian immigration stopped them at the border, but Huang apparently holds a permanent resident permit for the country.

The move touched off a furor among Taiwanese citizens already living in Canada, the Liberty Times reported.

Angry Taiwanese and Taiwanese Canadians set up a Facebook group where they vowed to reveal the whereabouts of Su and her relatives, wherever in the country they moved.

The netizens slammed Su’s behavior, accusing her of smearing Taiwan’s reputation overseas. After having embezzled so much money, she still had the cheek to want to be treated as a refugee, the Liberty Times quoted another netizen as saying.