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China state sector a honey pot for corrupt officials


In March last year, after getting government approval to go ahead with a $900 million refinery expansion in China’s southeastern Fujian province, state-run oil giant Sinopec Corp warned the team handling the project against taking bribes. “Project engineering and construction has been a main area for corruption at Sinopec,” the Fujian unit of Asia’s largest … Continue reading

China’s Xiamen University expands into Malaysia


Xiamen University in Fujian Province announced that it would open its first overseas campus in the Malaysian state of Selangor in September 2015. It will become the first Chinese university to open an overseas branch. The final agreement for the Xiamen campus will be signed in early February during the launch of the Kuantan Industrial Park … Continue reading

Land grabs are main cause of China’s 100,000 protests each year


Land seizures, pollution and labour disputes have been the three main causes of tens of thousands of mass protests in recent years, according to a top think-tank. In its 2013 Social Development Blue Book, released on Tuesday, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said the mainland was experiencing frequent social conflict because “social contradictions were … Continue reading

Doomsday comes to China


Provincial level authorities in China have announced that they have arrested 93 people for spreading rumours of the impeding – Mayan predicted – apocalypse, Xinhua has reported. The authorities state that 37 of these arrests have been linked to the ‘Almighty God‘ cult, a Christen group based in north west Qinghai province, also known as … Continue reading

China: Glimpses of Xi Jinping’s personal life


SCMP’s Minnie Chan says in her report from Fuzhou titled Xi Jinping put work first and missed birth of daughter: “Years in Xiamen helped Xi recover from his lowest ebb – and led him to meet his new wife “In the summer of 1992, as party chief of Fujian‘s provincial capital, Fuzhou, Xi Jinping missed … Continue reading

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