Wu Fangyi, daughter of an allegedly corrupt official in central China’s Hunan province, has created a blog on the Internet to argue that her father is innocent.
Xinhua China’s anti-graft chief He Guoqiang has urged to strengthen the fight against corruption by drawing on the experiences from organizing the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He, member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee Political Bureau and head of the CPC Central Commission for
Admonishing tones have hung in the air this month over the issue of anti-corruption in China.
Qiao Hong, the former general manager of Kweichow Moutai, the makers of one of the country’s most well-known and expensive liqours or baijiu, was sentenced to death by Guizhou’s Zunyi Intermediate People’s Court on January 15.
China daily The executive vice-mayor of Maoming, Guangdong province, is under investigation for allegedly taking bribes and using his official position for illegal gains, local media reported yesterday. Meanwhile, two senior police officials who are suspected of providing protection to criminal gangs from the southwest Guangdong city are also being
The personal lives and family information of senior officials in China will be put under tighter supervision as the top anti-graft body of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) vowed a harsher fight against corruption.
by Xie Yu More detailed and coercive policies requiring officials to declare their assets are expected to form the basis of the three-day plenary session of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) that kicked off in Beijing yesterday. During the last plenary session of the Communist Party of China’s
The family of a Chinese official who died in mysterious circumstances are urging the authorities to reinvestigate his alleged suicide, claiming he was murdered.
Police in southern China are investigating a lavish wedding banquet thrown by a senior police officer for his daughter following media criticism, news reports said Tuesday.
by Joseph Sternberg Hong Kong As protests go, the pro-democracy march here on New Year’s Day wasn’t the biggest the territory has ever seen. Organizers claimed 30,000 participants, far short of the record 500,000-person antigovernment rally in 2003. The protest ended peacefully and no repeat is imminent. But for the