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共匪潘妙飛千萬受保護豪宅被燒重建出售騙每月二千牛奶金

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共匪潘妙飛溫哥華千萬受保護豪宅被燒欲重建出售重係中國週刊受訪稱騙加拿大政府每月二千牛奶金

2017年10月22日凌晨2點40分左右,在加拿大溫哥華的豪宅區,發生了一起離奇的火災事件。
一棟價值千萬加幣(政府估價1400萬)的歷史豪宅突然着火,火勢嚴重,整棟建築的房頂被燒穿,毀損嚴重!

星島日報記者翻查田土廳資料得知,登記的業主為潘妙飛及楊文環及其妻子。潘妙飛為加拿大華人社團聯席會名譽主席兼加拿大浙江同鄉聯合會主席,溫州人,他在華人社區甚具知名度,曾在溫哥華家中宴請總理杜魯多,讓他品嘗魚餅、魚丸湯、秘制蝦仁等溫州特色小吃。

CTV電視台在星期日拍到潘妙飛夫婦,親自去到火場查問畫面。

這棟豪宅有着久遠的歷史(1913年建成),位於寸土寸金的桑那斯區,價值超過千萬加元。
豪宅擁有5個睡房、8個廁所,居住空間達到9790平方英尺。整幢豪宅面積逾9,790平方呎,共設有5間睡房。
當天凌晨2:45左右,消防局接到報警。消防人員趕到時,大火已經“直衝屋頂”,來勢洶洶。好在這係一棟空置屋,裏面無人居住。

溫哥華歷史學家John Atkin表示,看到維護良好、保存完整的歷史老屋被燒毀,他感到十分痛心。
他表示,很難再修復這棟豪宅的原貌了,令人遺憾。
最近的一次成交記錄係在2012年,1070萬的價格成交。
2013年,這棟豪宅曾以1370萬的價格掛牌出售。
2016年,這棟豪宅被估價1400萬,不久前再次掛牌出售。
同時,它也通過一家地產管理公司對外出租,價格係每月12000加元。

警方認為火災原因可能係人為,用“suspicious(可疑)”來形容。
因為通過這棟房子被火燒毀的面積推斷出,起火點有好幾處,很係可疑。
這棟豪宅屬於“the First Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area”歷史遺產保護區的一部分,若無意外不得被拆除重建。
只有被大火燒毀60%以上,才可以推倒重建。燒毀程度低於60%的,只能修復維持。
這棟正在掛牌出售的豪宅花園面積大而房子相對較小,不符合中國買家的口味。
中國人一般喜歡大房子+小花園,但係由於不能改建的規定沒辦法。


溫哥華消防局副局長Brian Godlonton也表示空置屋發生火災,消防員無從得知屋內的情況,增加了救援的難度和危險。
之所以講事件非常蹊蹺,係因為潘妙飛和媒體人黃河邊的官司正鬧得沸沸揚揚。。。
黃河 邊在微信上寫了幾篇文章,批評潘先生身為僑領,卻在接受採訪時疑似自曝“隱瞞收入,領取每月$2000牛奶金”。

潘先生幾次澄清,但係兩人的矛盾,似乎還係無法調和,最後,潘先生就一紙訴狀,把黃河邊告了,指其散播謠言,影響他的個人聲譽。
另有網友爆料:潘妙飛也係一名老賴,為咩他可以出國?

潘妙飛加拿大華人社團聯席會執行主席,加拿大溫州同鄉總會會長。溫州市甌海聯建開發公司總經理,1958年生,浙江溫州人澤雅,大學畢業,中國工會《工會企事業》編委,浙江省工會房協副會長,溫州市青年企業家協會常務理事。

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1993年下半年,創辦了溫州市甌海聯建開發公司和匝龍房地產開發有限公司。企業累計創產值1.8億元。

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共匪潘妙飛支付50萬元作掩口費,又話自己冇錢冇可能住5星級酒店

潘妙飛VS黃河邊:因文章遭勒索,潘支付「轉發人」50萬元

加拿大華人社團聯席會名譽主席,加拿大浙江同鄉聯合會主席潘妙飛,狀告大溫媒體人高冰塵(筆名黃河邊)誹謗及損害名譽案,週五進入第3天續審。原告潘妙飛聲稱,曾有人利用高冰塵文章在大溫地區的齊魯商會廣泛轉發,使他形象受損;他說為免不實指控擴大,為此多支付50萬元人民幣「解決問題」。

本案週五在溫市中心卑詩最高法院進入第3天審訊。全天審訊均由高冰塵詢問潘妙飛,高冰塵以自辯方式上庭。雙方一開始即提到王姓的中間人,潘妙飛表示,這個王先生將黃河邊的文章在齊魯商會廣泛轉發。

潘妙飛:因高文章遭勒索

潘妙飛聲稱自文章被轉發後,齊魯商會會長曾找他,而上述王姓中間人亦向潘妙飛要錢以「解決問題」潘說:「他(王先生)提出自己已經三四年回不了中國,因為他被刑事拘留,他不敢回去(大陸),通過這件事情要找我和平解決。」潘口中說的「解決問題」是指他和王先生的私人糾紛。但據高冰塵聲稱,王先生曾是潘妙飛的生意合作夥伴,雙方合作期間關係鬧僵。

曾向「轉發人」付50萬元

潘妙飛續聲稱,王先生稱如不處理問題,他會繼續散播黃河邊文章,在齊魯商會會長和副會長見證下,事情就和平解決了。潘聲稱,為了不想讓那些指他拿牛奶金的不實指控擴大,他多給了王先生50萬元人民幣。

潘:三人成虎,只好委曲求全

潘妙飛聲稱,如沒有黃河邊那些攻擊他的文章,就不會多給王先生50萬元人民幣高冰塵週五在庭上向潘詰問:「既然你沒拿牛奶金,為何要用這種方式,感覺上像要他封口」潘回應指,在中國有句俗話,3個人說石頭是老虎,這石頭就是老虎他說:?「高冰塵10多篇文章已把我的形象糟蹋得不像人樣。我不希望那種富豪拿牛奶金的形象在山東散播,我委曲求全,只能透過這種方式。」

焦點:「王一安」是否潘妙飛

除此之外,雙方還就是否放高利貸,涉中國爛尾樓項目的林垟公司是否與潘妙飛有關,以及中國報導中的「王一安」是否潘妙飛等問題,在庭上展開答辯。

。本案由週三開始,預計審訊7天潘妙飛於去年12月21日遞交民事訴狀,向高冰塵提出3項誹謗及名譽損害賠償:普通損害,特殊損害(後更改為加重性損害)及懲罰性損害,但未提出索償金額。潘控告高冰塵多次在社交媒體發表文章,除散佈潘妙飛身為富豪,隱瞞收入以領取牛奶金外,還有指潘花錢購買僑領身分,在中國欠下巨額稅款等謠言,稱導致他身心及名譽受損。

高冰塵:潘妙飛即王一安的10大證據

高冰塵曾提到“中國周刊”刊登過一篇王一安專訪文章,他聲稱王一安就是潘妙飛的化名,並引述指王一安受訪時表示:「我現在有兩對雙胞胎女兒,都是加拿大出生的,加拿大政府每個月獎勵我2000加幣。」,

高冰塵週五在法庭提供“中國周刊”描述王一安的10個特徵,聲稱與潘妙飛雷同。潘妙飛沒有正面回應,他表示,除兩對雙胞胎女兒外,他還有1個孩子,又聲稱沒錢,根本不可能一直在5星級酒店居住。

潘曾為爛尾樓公司股東

黃河邊即高冰塵曾在文章中聲稱,潘妙飛與中國溫州爛尾樓項目的負責公司浙江林垟房地產公司有關聯。高冰塵質問潘妙飛是否與該公司有關係,潘否認相關指控。

潘聲稱股份早已易手

高冰塵向法庭出示一份中國官方文件指,中國工商管理處顯示,直至2015年年潘妙飛的名字還顯示在浙江林垟房地產公司股東名單上。而據潘妙飛提供的資料,他在2006年年移民溫哥華之際,就將股份轉交一名叫鄭祖返的人。潘妙飛表示,2006年年和2007年雙方簽署2份轉讓合同後,他就與浙江林垟房地產公司沒有任何關係。

買家中國坐牢沒有轉名

高冰塵質疑為何官方文件還顯示潘妙飛的名字。潘解釋稱,要讓中國工商管理處完成姓名變更,接手公司的人必須繳付交易稅。由於鄭祖返沒有完成稅務繳付,所以姓名一直未有變更。潘聲稱如今鄭祖返在中國坐牢,他的人又被政府監控,因此變更手續可能依然沒有完成。

高質問潘妙飛曾放高利貸

高冰塵還質問潘妙飛是否曾放高利貸,與僑領形象不符。潘妙飛表示,只曾借錢給他人,其中一次包括鄭祖返,但兩次都沒有收取利息。對於借出的金額,潘妙飛則指時間太久記不清楚。

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潘妙飛買咗千萬元甲級古蹟豪宅點知賣唔出,跟着離奇失火以為可以拆走重建 但市府命令要修復重建 並要在屋頂先舖膠布防雨 但潘妙飛兩夫婦竟然冬天幾個月都唔做任由屋子入水
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The heritage mansion at 3737 Angus Dr. looked like a write-off after it mysteriously went up in flames early on a Sunday morning last October.

However, the city has deemed that the house is very much salvageable, with more than 60 per cent of it intact, according to former Heritage Commission chair Richard Keate. The owner will have to restore it, not necessarily to its original state, but to an approximation of the original Tudor Revival that was built in 1910 by famous architect Samuel Maclure.

It's good news for heritage advocates, and not just because they like old houses. It sends an invaluable message that protected houses will be protected – and that a torched house is not automatically a demolished house.

From the get-go, the fire department had said the fire was "suspicious."

"Virtually 100 per cent of vacant house fires are deemed suspicious," says Captain Jonathan Gormick, public information officer for Fire and Rescue Services.

It has since been confirmed that it was indeed "maliciously set," he says.

Capt. Gormick said that contrary to initial reports, however, the arsonist did not light the fire in several spots around the house, but most likely in a single location.

He said the fire department did not have enough evidence to press charges against anyone.

The Angus Drive house had been added to the Heritage Register as an "A" category building in May, 2014. It is assessed at $14,216,000, and had been left empty for many years, except for a brief spell when it was rented out to a group of people. No one was living in the house at the time of the fire.

Capt. Gormick says empty houses are a particular risk to firefighters because of the unknowns. Firefighters must assume someone could be inside the house, either lawfully or unlawfully, so they have no choice but to check, putting themselves in danger. As well, they run the risk that the house might be missing walls or doors, which would normally help contain a fire. If the house is unoccupied and neglected, it could have unstable staircases or holes in the floors. And an empty house that catches fire poses an obvious risk to neighbours.

The restoration of 3737 Angus Dr. is not off to an easy start. The house has remained uncovered throughout the winter months. With a good deal of the roof gone, the house's previously pristine interior has been exposed to rain, sleet and snow.

Mind you, further damage doesn't mean the house won't be saved, civic historian and consultant John Atkin says. He says that leaving the house vulnerable to further deterioration is only going to cost the owner further expense in his requirement to rebuild and restore it as it was.

"It won't alter the fact that what goes on that site will look largely like what is there now," he says. "It seems silly to not protect it in some way because you are just adding to the overall cost of everything."

Heritage expert Don Luxton doesn't understand why there's been a four-month delay in covering the roof. "The movie industry could have covered that in a day," he says. "The issue was you have to stabilize it and keep the water out. That was supposed to happen. If it hasn't, then they are dragging their heels."

The city ordered the owner to install a protective covering over the house on Nov. 1. The owner had asked for two extensions and was ultimately given until Feb. 16 to comply. The reason for the extension had to do with structural hazards and WorkSafeBC requirements. As of Sunday, the house remained uncovered, its interior subject to a fresh layer of snow.

The Angus Drive house had been much loved and was a pristine example of old-world craftsmanship; a historic beauty, both inside and out, with its peaked gables and half-timbered exterior.

Miaofei Pan and wife Wenhuan Yang are listed as the homeowners of 3737 Angus Dr. A year prior to the fire, Mr. Pan was in the news after he hosted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a Liberal Party fundraiser at another house he owns on the west side. At the time, he told The Globe and Mail that he lobbied Prime Minister Trudeau to make the process easier for wealthy investors to come to Canada from China.

Mr. Pan is a real estate developer and businessman with a complicated history both in Canada and China. He has owned two other homes in Richmond. Those houses had been the subject of safety infractions in 2011 and 2015, as reported by Globe reporters Kathy Tomlinson and Xiao Xu. The houses were held by Mr. Pan's company and, despite the hazards, had up to 13 people living in them. Ms. Tomlinson and Ms. Xu also found out that Mr. Pan and his wife had been on a Chinese government "list of dishonest persons" because they had disobeyed a court order to pay out a $2.2-million loan from an asset-management firm that they had personally guaranteed. Mr. Pan had a long history of alleged debts and lawsuits in China, according to online Chinese language court records.

The couple rented out their Angus Drive mansion to a group of young people who used the house for parties and events in 2016.

Mr. Pan and Ms. Wang have made no public comment about the house, nor have they advised the city of their intentions.

The previous owner had done a painstakingly sensitive and meticulous update to the house, the interiors of which can be seen online in a realtor video. They'd proved that a heritage house could be added to without compromising its historical value, Mr. Atkin says.

"They had really done a superb job on the house and treated it with great respect, and yet added a substantial amount to the property that most people couldn't see," he says.

The house became one of the 317 pre-1940 houses covered under the First Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area (HCA) in September, 2015, protecting it from demolition. Vancouver got its very first HCA because the old houses had become targets of rampant redevelopment over the years. It took significant public consultation and was met with angry pushback from homeowners, who feared a drop in property values.

If the owner had wanted to bulldoze the house, he'd have to prove that it was unsalvageable.

Heritage experts worry that if Mr. Pan had been allowed to build new, it would have sent the message to other heritage-home owners that a neglected house – or a burned-out one – is an effective way to get around conservation rules.

"There is a concern about vacant houses," Mr. Luxton says. "The city doesn't want people to see this as a solution to getting rid of buildings they don't want, because it's dangerous. This is serious stuff."

As part of the Heritage Action Plan, the city also introduced a Heritage Property Standards of Maintenance by-law that requires an owner of a house in the HCA to repair and maintain the house, and to prevent water penetration. The by-law targets owners who might use "demolition by neglect" in order to justify the removal of a heritage house.

"Certainly for Shaughnessy, because a number of houses have been left abandoned for years and years, that kind of demolition by neglect thing is a strategy," says Michael Kluckner, chair of the Vancouver Heritage Commission.

"You've got to maintain the site, and the house. Currently, with the new vacant house rule, that is adding another level to it," he says, referring to the city's new Empty Homes Tax of 1 per cent of the house's value, if left vacant. "But potentially that amount of money is not significant to people," he adds.

It's the first time that the city will be put to the test when it comes to enforcing the bylaw that protects historic houses within the First Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area, he says.

"We will see. In a way, it's 'who will blink first?' as to whether the city will stand up for the HCA. When I look at the way the city enacts bylaws and then doesn't enforce them … it doesn't give me a huge amount of confidence. But I hope they will send the clear message that these buildings are here to stay."

In an e-mail, the city suggested it would push for the owner to rebuild and reconstruct any damaged parts of the house. In order to do any major work on the house, he'd have to apply for a Heritage Alteration Permit (HAP).

"The director of planning could refuse a Heritage Alteration Permit application to significantly alter/demolish/replace the protected heritage building because it would negatively impact the building's heritage value/character," city staff said, "but would support an HAP to rebuild/reconstruct damaged components."

Mr. Atkin says that even though Mr. Pan will have to restore the house, it won't necessarily be true to its Tudor Revival glory: The authenticity of materials and workmanship isn't a requirement. While HCAs usually follow strict federal conservation guidelines, the Vancouver version doesn't.

"There isn't a benchmark for conservation," says Mr. Atkin, who was an outspoken critic of the omission at the time the Shaughnessy HCA was established.


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潘妙飛買咗千萬元甲級古蹟豪宅點知賣唔出,跟着離奇失火以為可以拆走重建 但市府命令要修復重建 並要在屋頂 ...

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分貴賓條線我建議咁劃,凡改革開放後由中國用不同手段移居 歐、美、奧、加、日、韓 等民選國家,必須嚴加招呼,細心禮待,以免 待慢 哩班 新人類 招來 哩班 貴賓 不滿,無謂 貴賓 話 班 亞裔 黐金糠
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