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表哥 (Biǎo Gē) Watch Brother
 
表哥 (Biǎo Gē) Watch Brother
  
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On August 30, 2012, a traffic accident in Yan’an, northern Shaanxi Province left 36 dead.
  
On August 30, 2012, a traffic accident in Yan'an, northern Shaanxi Province left 36 dead.
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[[File:Car_Accident.jpg|300px|thumb|center]]
  
[[File:Car_Accident.jpg]]
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Yang Dacai, head of the Shaanxi Provincial Bureau of Work Safety, was photographed grinning broadly at the scene.
  
Yang Dacai, 55, head of the Shaanxi Provincial Bureau of Work Safety, was photographed grinning broadly at the scene.
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[[File:Smiling_Yang.jpg|300px|thumb|center]]
  
[[File:Smiling_Yang.jpg]]
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Subsequently, netizens conducted a [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/10/human-flesh-searching-grassroots-internet-justice/ human flesh search] that unearthed a number of photographs showing Yang wearing expensive watches that he allegedly would not have been able to afford on his government salary.
  
Subsequently, netizens conducted a "human flesh search" that unearthed a number of photographs showing Yang Dacai wearing expensive watches that he allegedly would not have been able to afford on his government salary.
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[[File:Yang_Watches.jpg|300px|thumb|center]]
  
[[File:Yang_Watches.jpg]]
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== [{PERMALINK} {TITLE}] ==
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'''{DATE}, by {AUTHOR}'''
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Yang was removed from his positions in September, 2012.
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Yang was removed from his position in September, 2012.

Revision as of 20:33, 20 December 2012

表哥 (Biǎo Gē) Watch Brother

On August 30, 2012, a traffic accident in Yan’an, northern Shaanxi Province left 36 dead.

Car Accident.jpg

Yang Dacai, head of the Shaanxi Provincial Bureau of Work Safety, was photographed grinning broadly at the scene.

Smiling Yang.jpg

Subsequently, netizens conducted a human flesh search that unearthed a number of photographs showing Yang wearing expensive watches that he allegedly would not have been able to afford on his government salary.

Yang Watches.jpg

Yang was removed from his position in September, 2012.