Chinese Property Tycoon Ren Zhiqiang Sentenced to 18-Year in Corruption Case

A court in Beijing Tuesday gave Chinese property tycoon Ren Zhiqiang, who once referred to China’s top leader, Xi Jinping, as a “clown,” an 18-year prison sentence and a fine of $620,000 after finding him guilty of corruption, bribery, embezzlement of public funds and abuse of power as an executive of a state-owned enterprise.

Corruption in China Exposed During Protest in Canada

VISION TIMES At a recent rally, students from Mainland China studying in Canada participated in a protest in support of the Hong Kong police and against the pro-Hong Kong movement. In a video clip of the protest, which was held in Toronto, Canada, at least eight or nine exotic sports cars, including Ferraris and other […]

China Invests $16 Billion in Nigeria’s Oil Sector

Chika Oduah | Voice of America ENUGU, NIGERIA – Chinese investment in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry has reached $16 billion, according to Nigeria’s state-run oil company. While Nigeria’s oil industry welcomes China’s interest, analysts worry about a lack of transparency in the sector and slow development of the country’s renewable energy market. When a […]

Former Police Chief of China’s Kunming City Sentenced to 11 Years for Corruption

Frank Fang  |  Epoch Times A former rising cadre of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), who was appointed as deputy head of a major city police station at the age of 35, recently received a heavy prison sentence for his corruption charges. However, he has committed a more egregious crime that the Chinese authorities failed to […]

Deputy Director of Organ Donation Center in Jiangxi Province Sentenced for Corruption Crimes

Frank Fang  |  Epoch Times An official associated with China’s organ donation system has been sentenced for corruption. Xie Xianci, deputy director of the organ donation management center in southeastern China’s Jiangxi Province was sentenced by the People’s Court in Qingyunpu District, located in the Jiangxi capital of Nanchang City. Xie was sentenced to two-years imprisonment, […]

CEFC China Energy’s Fall From Grace in the Czech Republic

Milan Kajinek  |  Epoch Times The Czech Republic, which has considerably increased its political and economic cooperation with China since 2014, has been shaken by uncertainty surrounding the Chinese energy giant CEFC China Energy. The large Chinese conglomerate had promised to invest tens of billions in the country. After a press release emerged that the […]

Chinese Energy Official’s Downfall Hints at Corruption in Energy Sector

Annie Wu  |  Epoch Times The latest official to be taken down by the Chinese regime’s anti-corruption campaign sheds light on the widespread graft within China’s energy sector. On Jan. 23, the Chinese Communist Party’s corruption-fighting agency, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), announced that Wang Xiaolin, the deputy chief of the National Energy Administration […]

China Corruption Drive Continues, but Graft Persists

Bill Ide and Brian Kopczynski  |  Voice of America BEIJING — An expansive anti-corruption drive led by China’s President Xi Jinping has seen more than 1.5 million officials investigated and the toppling of several high-ranking leaders as well. But despite the mind-boggling figures, corruption remains, as Xi puts it, “the biggest threat to the party.”While authorities […]