Teddy Ng

Teddy Ng

Deputy Editor, China

Teddy is a contributor to Inkstone. He is a China editor for the South China Morning Post.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Areas of Expertise
Diplomacy
iPhone billionaire tells Trump he’ll go to Washington if elected Taiwan’s president
Foxconn billionaire chairman Terry Gou has met President Donald Trump at the White House, saying he would continue to seek US support for Taiwan should he become the island’s president. The fledgling politician has said he will run as a candidate of the pro-Beijing Kuomintang party in Taiwan, which Beijing doesn’t control but claims as its own territory, to be taken by force if necessary. Gou told Trump that he would be a peacemaker, but not a troublemaker, should he be elected, according to Taiwan’s Central News Agency, which quoted him as saying: “If I am elected, I would be seeking to go to Washington.” No Taiwanese president has met with an American president since the United States bro
iPhone billionaire tells Trump he’ll go to Washington if elected Taiwan’s president
Chinese pressure on Canada hasn’t changed US extradition plans
The United States has informed the Canadian government that it plans to proceed with a formal request to extradite a Chinese tech executive, Canada’s Globe and Mail reported on Tuesday. The US is seeking Huawei’s chief financial officer Sabrina Meng Wanzhou on allegations of banking fraud related to violations of US sanctions against Iran. As a result of her arrest in Vancouver in December at the request of the US, China appears to have been tightening the screws on Canada, which has been caught in the middle of a dispute between the two countries. Since Meng’s arrest, Beijing has detained two Canadians and imposed a death penalty on a third Canadian convicted of drug-smuggling charges. The
Chinese pressure on Canada hasn’t changed US extradition plans