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“Anti-corruption warrior princess” is the sarcastic title given to [[Babe Guo | Guo Meiling]] and [http://www.chinasmack.com/2011/stories/lu-meimei-china-africa-project-hope-charity-controversy.html  Liu Xingyu].
 
“Anti-corruption warrior princess” is the sarcastic title given to [[Babe Guo | Guo Meiling]] and [http://www.chinasmack.com/2011/stories/lu-meimei-china-africa-project-hope-charity-controversy.html  Liu Xingyu].
  
Both women claimed to work for charities while at the same time flaunting their considerable wealth online.  They earned the title “Anti-corruption warrior princess” because the outrage over their lifestyles served as a rallying cry against corruption.
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Both women claimed to work for charities while at the same time flaunting their considerable wealth online.  Outrage over their lifestyles of conspicuous consumption served as a rallying cry against corruption.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:57, 1 April 2013

反腐女战士 (fǎn fǔ nǚ zhàn shì): anti-corruption warrior princess

“Anti-corruption warrior princess” is the sarcastic title given to Guo Meiling and Liu Xingyu.

Both women claimed to work for charities while at the same time flaunting their considerable wealth online. Outrage over their lifestyles of conspicuous consumption served as a rallying cry against corruption.

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