Zhou Jiugeng

Official Outed by Netizens Gets 11 Years

Zhou Jiugeng of Jiangsu province has just been sentenced to 11 years in prison for corruption. He was outed from his post in late December, largely due to the netizen uproar over his excessively luxurious lifestyle. From Xinhua:...

China’s ‘Netizens’ Take On the Government

From Time Magazine: A photograph of an official from the land bureau of Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu province, came under scrutiny in December after it began circulating on the Internet. Netizens pointed out that Zhou...

Web Posts On Officials Banned

From AFP: Authorities in a Chinese province where Internet users exposed an allegedly corrupt official’s taste for luxury have made posting such information illegal, state media reported on Tuesday. The ruling Communist...



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