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Chinese Officials Said to Have Embezzled $20 Billion in Lottery Money
Posts by insiders exposed the means of fraud in the lottery system, but were rapidly censored.
November 15, 2018
In Hunan Province, Anti-Corruption Campaign Takes Down the ‘Flies’
The warning came in August, when the anti-corruption watchdog agency in China’s Hunan Province asked local public officials ...
December 7, 2017
Investigation of Banking Executives Exposes Widespread Corruption
China recently opened its financial system to more foreign ownership, allowing foreign investors to take controlling interests in ...
December 3, 2017
Former Head of China News Service Purged in Latest Anti-Corruption Effort
Liu Beixian, the retired former head of the Chinese regime’s mouthpiece, China News Service, has been stripped of ...
November 15, 2017
How Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Has Put China’s Financial Institutions on Notice
Since Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping appointed a new official to head the Party’s internal anti-graft ...
November 1, 2017
Over a Thousand Chinese Officials, Tasked With Fighting Poverty, Punished for Incompetence
Chinese President Xi Jinping has promised to lift poor Chinese out of poverty by 2020.
August 18, 2016
Political Intrigue of Halting Hong Kong’s Avenue of Stars Expansion Plan
On Feb. 17, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) of the Hong Kong government unexpectedly announced the ...
February 25, 2016
China’s Disciplinary Agency Stationed in Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office
The anti-corruption campaign of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership has officially entered Hong Kong. For the first ...
February 25, 2016
Head of China Telecom Purged Amid Probe
For 11 years, Chang Xiaobing headed two highly profitable Chinese state telecommunication companies. After barely four months as ...
December 27, 2015
New Anti-Corruption Targets in China: People’s Daily, and Aerospace
The corruption inquest into China’s state-linked enterprises continues, as Wang Qishan announces new targets for the year ahead.
June 23, 2015
Anti-Corruption Campaign Has an App in China
The Communist Party has a new mobile app function that allows people to report corruption, but its efficacy ...
June 22, 2015
China’s Anti-Corruption Investigators Turn on Communist Party
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said it would extend its campaign to focus on the machinery of ...
March 31, 2015
China Anti-Corruption Watch: ‘Sky Net’ Bags First Victims, Zhou Yongkang Could Be Executed, and Former Security Official Had 6 Mistresses
Barely four days after it was announced, the Party’s new anti-corruption operation against absconded officials has two in ...
March 30, 2015
Outrage After Communist Party Official Rewrites Paper’s Editorial
Editors in China are furious at a propaganda official's changes to a New Year's editorial at a well-known ...
January 6, 2013
Chinese Anti-Corruption Chiefs Can Become Targets Too
Leaders of the Chinese Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog can sometimes be in danger of violent reprisal from those ...
December 22, 2012
Tens of Thousands of Hong Kong Protesters Plead for US Help
Gaetz Kicked Out of Impeachment Hearing, Claims Democrats Barring House Judiciary Committee Members
Trump: 1,000 US Troops Leaving Syria to Remain in the Region to Stop ISIS Revival
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China’s Latest Trade Data Reveal Economic Trouble Ahead, as Future of US–China Trade Talks Remains Unclear
Report: 5 Virginia Universities Discriminate Against Asian-Americans in Admissions
Jim Jordan Denounces ‘Secretive Impeachment Proceedings’ After Matt Gaetz Was Kicked out of Hearing
Trump’s Former Russia Adviser Testifies in Democrat-Run Impeachment Inquiry