China’s Communist Party sees internal corruption as one of the biggest threats to continued rule. While it has been selectively cracking down on graft, victims of past corruption often cannot get redress. Some who insist upon it are punished.
Here are some of my stories on the dark (and light) side of the crackdown:
McClatchy, July 7, 2015, Story of Chinese ‘princeling’ shows limits of corruption campaign
McClatchy, May 29, 2015, Suicides rising as China’s corruption campaign expands
McClatchy, July 1, 2014, How far will China’s president take his anti-corruption campaign?
McClatchy, Feb. 20, 2014, China’s latest anti-corruption crusade gives liquor industry a hangover