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Feng Shui master's trial transfixes Hong Kong
Famous practitioner of ancient Chinese art goes back to court in high-profile forgery case over $12bn last will.
Last Modified: 14 May 2012 19:23

A renowned Feng Shui master in Hong Kong is facing charges for allegedly forging the will of Asia’s richest woman to inherit her fortune.

Tony Chan continues to insist that Nina Wang's estate, worth $12bn, was left to him in her will, despite a court ruling last year that the document was forged. 

Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Hong Kong. 

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