Nina Wang’s pigtails will be presented by Tony ChanMay 11th, 2009 - 9:15 pm ICT by GD
Today, the Feng Shui master, Tony Chan Chun- Chuen will present the pigtails of Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum to prove the fact that they were very closely attached to each other. This evidence will surely affect the ruling on the long awaited trial about the issue of property inheritance. The trial will decide who will get her multi-billion dollar inheritance of the Asia’s richest woman, Nina Wang. According to sources, Chan and his team will also produce some sound and video recordings which will strengthen their case.
The pigtails of Nina Wang are very symbolic since the whole world recognized her with them. In fact, it was the main reason why the media loved to refer to her as “little sweetie.” Chan’s spokesperson has mentioned, “The fact he will be bringing in her pigtails is true.” he also said that while presenting the pigtails at the Court of First Instance he will contend that Nina Wang had given it to him as a gift.
The video recordings that will be presented are said to have clippings of the two since thier intimacy in the early 1990s. Though there is nothing very explicit, there is information that these tapes will also reveal evidence about their physical closeness to each other. According to reports there are video recordings of the pairs visit to the “Hung Shing Temple on Kau Sai Chau Island, off Sai Kung and the top floor of Chinachem Golden Plaza in Tsim Sha Tsui.”
Nina Wang was announced to be the richest women in Asia and her assets were estimated at around US$4.2 billion. Wang was the widow of Hong Kong chemical magnate Teddy Wang, who disappeared in 1990 after a kidnapping case.
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