Alleged spy’s `mistress’ speaks out – Michael Ng

From The Standard:

The mainland woman accused of luring Singapore’s Straits Times correspondent to Shenzhen before his arrest on April 22, denied Thursday she was Ching’s mistress.

Huang Wei, 42, who arrived in Hong Kong Wednesday, said in a Commercial Radio interview that Hong Kong media accusations are groundless and unfair to both Ching and herself.

She said she did not know about Ching’s arrest until she received a call from one of his friends when she returned to her hometown in Hunan province in June – weeks after Ching had been arrested by National Security Bureau officers in Guangzhou and held under house arrest in Beijing.

Ching, 55, was formally charged with spying last Friday.

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