Larry Wang has helped thousands of rich Chinese get to Canada. He's no fan of new immigration policies

Young, Ian
August 2015
Asian Pacific Post;8/20/2015, p6
The article reports on Larry Wang, president of immigration consulting firm Well Trend United who helped thousands of Chinese to move Canada, along with information on the Federal and Quebec Immigrant Investor Programmes (FQIIP).


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