The whereabouts of millions of yuan of assets belonging to the former Zhejiang tycoon Wu Ying, who is on death row pending a final court review, has finally been revealed, almost five years after her arrest.Friday, 10 February, 2012, 12:00am
A former editor-in-chief of the Ministry of Land and Resources' mouthpiece newspaper was put on trial this week for taking 2.3 million yuan (HK$2.8 million) worth of bribes, state media reported yesterday.28 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
Boom town shocked after TV investor flees party's disciplinary confinement
Police are searching for a celebrity entrepreneur from booming Zhejiang province to face allegations of 'severe corruption' in land bidding four years ago.3 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
All my money is clean, declares Bense president
A renowned female tycoon from Zhejiang, who once claimed to have billions of yuan in assets, has been arrested for allegedly illegally soliciting funds from the public, authorities in Dongyang said.12 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
Wu Ying has come a long way since working as a beautician in her home city of Dongyang in Zhejiang province .
Ms Wu was born in a Dongyang village in 1981 to a construction sub-contractor father and a farmer mother. She has three sisters, according to media reports.12 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
Two men badly beat the wife of a popular challenger for a seat in a local people's congress in a Zhejiang village as the couple strolled in Huaxi at 7pm on Monday, according to locals.6 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Nearly a year after the village of Huaxi in Zhejiang province was rocked by a massive riot against the government, the target of villagers' anger - chemical factories built on illegally taken farmland - lie empty, a rare victory for the farmers.
Yet Si Xiaoyan , 31, is paying a heavy price for that victory.3 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
Tensions in Huaxi, Zhejiang province , are rising again after the arrest of five elderly villagers by police who tore down roadblocks around 13 chemical plants accused of poisoning the environment.28 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Local officials in Zhejiang pledged to move factories after a bloody protest, but four months later the pollution continues
Villagers in Zhejiang province who won a promise from their local government to clear out factories that are blamed for poisoning the environment are threatening to resume protests after officials failed to act on their vow.26 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Vice-minister says protests inevitable as country undergoes huge changes
Violent protests by the mainland's farmers are inevitable due to the country's enormous social and economic changes, according to a top central government official in charge of agricultural policy.4 Jul 2005 - 12:00am