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University officials under fire again

The conduct of mainland university officials has been called into question again after the president of Zhejiang University was caught playing a computer poker game at a top-level symposium where controversial Peking University president Zhou Qifeng was also seen promotin

Tuesday, 24 July, 2012, 12:00am

University officials under fire again

The conduct of mainland university officials has been called into question again after the president of Zhejiang University was caught playing a computer poker game at a top-level symposium where controversial Peking University president Zhou Qifeng was also seen promoting a CD single featuring a song dedicated to his mother.

24 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Former deputy mayor probed over graft claims

A former deputy mayor of Fuzhou is being probed for amassing numerous properties and cash of 30 million yuan (HK$37 million).

People's Daily yesterday reported that after an investigation was launched in April, the Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog found 17 property ownership certificates and the money in Yang Aijin's house.

15 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Probe of top banker linked to three others

The detention of a top executive of the mainland's third-largest bank last week could be linked to investigations into several other officials and businessmen.

5 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

'Low-profile' banker in spotlight over graft

To those who knew him, Yang Kun was not a particularly forthcoming man. He tended to keep a low profile even as he climbed up Agriculture Bank of China's ranks.

But now the senior executive's quiet rise at one of the mainland's Big Four lenders has sparked an uproar, as 63-year-old Yang (pictured) faces allegations of corruption, including illegal links to Macau gambling.

31 May 2012 - 12:00am

Top mainland banker held in gambling probe

A senior executive at one of the mainland's Big Four state-controlled banks has been detained amid a widening investigation into allegations of illegal gambling and the misappropriation of clients' money.

31 May 2012 - 12:00am

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