CCDI chief Wang Qishan says the Communist Party's anti-graft work must be like a sharp sword. Photo; Xinhua

China's graft-busters train sights on new round of targets

More than two dozen state bodies and companies will be inspected as the party's watchdog embarks on a new round of checks

Topic |   Human rights in China

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CCDI chief Wang Qishan says the Communist Party's anti-graft work must be like a sharp sword. Photo; Xinhua
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Mimi Lau

Mimi Lau

Mimi Lau covers human rights, religion and civil society in China. She spent seven years in southern China as the Post's Guangzhou Correspondent before returning to Hong Kong in 2017. Today, Mimi continues to pursue stories across the country, monitoring and reporting on key political and civil issues. She has won numerous awards for her work.