Chinese Regime

Lights, Camera, Anti-Corruption!

A group of Chinese officials visting an "anti-corruption educational base" in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province. (Screenshot via jcrb.com)
A group of Chinese officials visting an "anti-corruption educational base" in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province. (Screenshot via jcrb.com)

For the last three years, the Chinese communist leadership has fought a bitter campaign against corruption in its ranks. Corruption, leaders say, could bring about...




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