Guangxi official signs 'mistress keeping agreement' with married woman, promising to date her at least once a week

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An official from Guigang city, Guangxi province was fired after the so called 'mistress keeping agreement' he signed with a married woman went viral online.

China's characteristic mistress-led anti-corruption mechanism took effect in another case.Tao Yi, a tax bureau official from Guigang city, Guangxi in southwest China was fired after investigation...   Full Story

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Liu Tienan

Mistress makes new contributions to China's anti-corruption campaign by pulling down top planning official Liu Tienan

Liu Tienan has officially been fired from his post as deputy head of China’s top economic planning agency on suspicion of 'serious discipline violations' on May 14th. It is the mistress anti-corruption mechanism that helps in pulling him down. Read More

Entertainment | May 14, 2013 AM | Related China stories:Liu Tienan

Lavish banquet ban

Will Xi Jinping's ban on lavish banquet bring an end to China's rampant corruption?

2012 was a victorious year for Chinese net citizens. A series of sex scandals, corrupt government officials were exposed by devoted Chinese net citizens and large number of government officials was dismissed by the central and local governments. In 2013, the central government is forced to strengthen anti-corruption campaign to reduce the public anger. Read More

Chinese Society | May 4, 2013 AM | Related China stories:Lavish banquet ban

Zhu Ruifeng

Muckraking journalist ‘invited to have tea’, anti-corruption heroine detained, more high ranking officials involved in Chongqing sex scandal still at large

Famous independent Chinese muckraking journalist Zhu Ruifeng who publicized the obscene sex video tape of Chongqing official Lei Zhengfu, which led to dismissal of 11 local officials so far, finally saw him in trouble with the authority. Read More

Chinese Society | Jan 29, 2013 AM | Related China stories:Zhu Ruifeng

Yi Junqing

Mistress proves to be key player in China's anti-corruption mechanism; Top Marxist theorist and party think tank official fired after mistress exposes their affairs online

Yi Junqing, a top Marxism-Leninism theorist leading an important party think tank, has been removed as director of Central Compilation and Translation Bureau, after his post-doctoral mistress Chang Yan exposed their affairs online one month ago. Read More

Chinese Society | Jan 18, 2013 AM | Related China stories:Yi Junqing

Drug kickbacks

Survey shows 54% Chinese doctors take drug kickbacks from pharmaceutical dealers, another 39% receive subsidy for attending medical meetings

Survey shows more than half Chinese doctors have taken or requested drug kickbacks from pharmaceutical dealers. But most Chinese netizens believe the actual figure is much higher. The morality degeneration among doctors is regarded as the reason for strained relationship between doctors and patients. Read More

Chinese Society | Nov 3, 2012 AM | Related China stories:Drug kickbacks

Sex scandal

Obscene photos involving Chinese Officials go viral in Chinese internet

Recently a group of obscene sex photos (NSFW) involving party high-ranking officials has gone viral in Chinese internet. Two of the men were said to be top officials of Lujiang of Anhui, which was denied by government. Another man in the sex scandal proved to be an official in Hefei University. Read More

Chinese Society | Aug 9, 2012 AM | Related China stories:Sex scandal

Housebreaking theft

Nanning police solved 10m yuan housebreaking theft case

Nanning police solved a housebreaking theft case that took place in February 2012, in which things worth at least 10 million yuan were stolen from one house. Chinese netizens suspect that the house owner was a corrupted official. Read More

Chinese Society | Jun 6, 2012 AM | Related China stories:Housebreaking theft

High speed rail

Former official admits the top speed of Chinese high-profile bullet train is fabricated

Former Chinese railway ministry official Zhou Yimin discloses that the top speed of 350 km per hour of Chinese-made bullet trains is fabricated regardless of security. Many minor problems occur on the high-speed rail lines in service and some are actually not minor, but all were kept as secret. Preliminary test has been done on the Jinghu line, but the safety is till to be observed. Read More

China Economy | Jun 21, 2011 AM | Related China stories:High speed rail

Anti corruption

Private anti-corruption websites modeled after India established in China

Recently three private anti-corruption websites, all named similar to I have offered a bribe,have been established in China. All the websites are products of inspiration from Indian anti-corruption website ipaidabribe.com. One founder thinks the websites will be supported by Chinese government, but many Chinese worry about the fate of these websites. Read More

Chinese Society | Jun 12, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Anti corruption

Railway minister

Chinese railway minister stripped of his post amid a corruption investigation

China’s long-standing Railway Minister Liu Zhijun was today sacked from a key party post following investigations over ''severe violation of discipline'', according to a report on Saturday by Xinhua, the state news agency. Read More

Chinese Society | Feb 12, 2011 PM | Related China stories:Railway minister

Qian Yunhui

Village Petitioner Crushed Under Truck, Netizens Suspicious

Qian Yunhui, 53, has become the latest Internet sensation in China, as thousands of people viewing the image online since the weekend have accused government officials of gruesomely killing Mr. Qian to silence his six-year campaign to protect fellow villagers in a land dispute. Read More

Chinese Society | Dec 29, 2010 AM | Related China stories:Qian Yunhui

Drunk driving

Allegedly drunk Chinese official kills 5 with car

A Chinese government official suspected of being drunk killed five teenagers while driving over the weekend, the latest deadly hit-and-run case involving a government official. Read More

Chinese Society | Dec 7, 2010 AM | Related China stories:Drunk driving

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