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In September 2012, China's leadership expelled Bo Xilai, known as [[Captain Bo]], from the Communist Party, citing a number of misdeeds, including taking huge bribes, abusing his power during a murder investigation against his wife, and engaging in improper sexual relations with “several women.”
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[[File:多名女性.jpg|250px|thumb|right|''[http://chinadigitaltimes.net/china/zhang-ziyi/ Zhang Ziyi] (right) and other women suspected of having affairs with Bo Xilai. (Apply Daily)'']]In September 2012, the Chinese Communist Party expelled [[Captain Bo|Bo Xilai]], citing a number of misdeeds, including taking huge bribes, abusing his power during a murder investigation against his wife, and engaging in improper sexual relations with “several women.” The last accusation is unseemly, but not in violation of any law.
  
After this announcement, the phrase “several women” became an internet meme and was often used in parodies of famous phrases and poems.
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After this announcement, “several women” became an Internet meme and was often used in parodies of famous phrases and poems.  
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Revision as of 21:01, 28 March 2013

多名女性 (duō míng nǚxìng): several women

Zhang Ziyi (right) and other women suspected of having affairs with Bo Xilai. (Apply Daily)
In September 2012, the Chinese Communist Party expelled Bo Xilai, citing a number of misdeeds, including taking huge bribes, abusing his power during a murder investigation against his wife, and engaging in improper sexual relations with “several women.” The last accusation is unseemly, but not in violation of any law.

After this announcement, “several women” became an Internet meme and was often used in parodies of famous phrases and poems.