Mow Pang Tzu (Chinese: 毛邦初; also transcribed as Mow Pang Tsu, Mow Pong Tsu, Mow Pang Chu or Mao Bangchu; March 5, 1904 – June 22, 1987) was a high-ranking military officer in the Chinese Chiang Kai-shek government. He was the main figure in an embezzlement scandal that pitched him against the Taiwan government in the early fifties. The charges and countercharges of fraud and misappropriation of millions of dollars, ensuing legal battles, and John-le-Carré-like plots involving private detectives, Mexican prisons, night-club dancers, US Congressmen, suspicious deaths, and the US Supreme Court, were covered in over 2,000 articles published in the US, China, Australia, India, and many other countries around the world.

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Where died )?

) died in Los Angeles, California, U.S..

When died )?

) died 01.01.1987.

When was ) born?

) was born on 01.01.1904.

What is ) subject of?

) is subject of 20th-century controversies, People convicted of embezzlement, Recipients of the Order of Blue Sky and White Sun, Taiwanese people from Shanghai, 1904 births, 1987 deaths, Chinese Civil War refugees, Military scandals, Recipients of the Legion of Merit, Air force generals, Ambassadors from Shanghai, Permanent Representatives of the Republic of China to the United Nations, Generals from Shanghai, Generals of World War II, American people of Ningbo descent, Republic of China Army generals and Scandals in China.

When died )?

) died 22.06.1987.

What is the gender of )?

) is male.