Zhang Jian arrested…or has he?
31/10/2014 - 19:00
by Cindi Loo
PETALING JAYA: Zhang Jian, the man who professed himself the “future richest man in the world”, and who had eluded from the grasp of Malaysian authorities, was arrested by the Thai authorities....
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