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反腐姐妹花 (fǎn-fǔ jiěmèi huā): lovely anti-corruption sisters
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<h3>''fǎn-fǔ jiěmèi huā'' 反腐姐妹花</h3>
 
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Qi Fang, the head of the Public Security Bureau in Usu, Xinjiang, became subject to investigation for “maintaining improper relations” with two women. Mr. Qi provided the women jobs and kept them in an apartment at the cost of the bureau.
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Qi Fang, the head of the Public Security Bureau in Usu, Xinjiang, became subject to investigation for “maintaining improper relations” with two women. Mr. Qi provided the women jobs and kept them in an apartment at the cost of the bureau.
  
 
While initial reports captured the imagination of many by describing the two as twin sisters, a police source saw fit to [http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-12/06/content_15992692.htm correct the record] by clarifying that they were not in fact twins. Qi Fang fell during a [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/12/what-to-make-of-chinas-sex-scandal-surge/ wave of official sex scandals] in China in late 2012, the highest profile of which involved former Party chief of Chongqing's Beibei district [[Lei Zhengfu]].
 
While initial reports captured the imagination of many by describing the two as twin sisters, a police source saw fit to [http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-12/06/content_15992692.htm correct the record] by clarifying that they were not in fact twins. Qi Fang fell during a [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/12/what-to-make-of-chinas-sex-scandal-surge/ wave of official sex scandals] in China in late 2012, the highest profile of which involved former Party chief of Chongqing's Beibei district [[Lei Zhengfu]].
  
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Latest revision as of 15:40, 11 March 2016

fǎn-fǔ jiěmèi huā 反腐姐妹花

Sisters2.jpg

Qi Fang, the head of the Public Security Bureau in Usu, Xinjiang, became subject to investigation for “maintaining improper relations” with two women. Mr. Qi provided the women jobs and kept them in an apartment at the cost of the bureau.

While initial reports captured the imagination of many by describing the two as twin sisters, a police source saw fit to correct the record by clarifying that they were not in fact twins. Qi Fang fell during a wave of official sex scandals in China in late 2012, the highest profile of which involved former Party chief of Chongqing's Beibei district Lei Zhengfu.