Right, here's a few of the more recent corruption stemwinders. No analysis, just enjoy:
First up, the story of how a couple of sharp characters established a network of mobile app companies connected to China Mobile as a framework for pursuing a series of sweetheart deals with one another, before foisting the whole mess off on Tesltra.
Next, the purge of the Sichuan apparat rolls on. Here's the story of Guo Yongxing, former Sichuan vice Governor and a man
...very experienced in officialdom," one official said. "He always had smile on his face and was willing to do small favors."
Also, of course, a former protege of Zhou Yongkang.
Here's one I missed from January: the fall of Lieut. General Gu Junsheng. A fascinating tale of how to carve out a personal business empire within the PLA.
Sources said that as a rule developers who bought land with help from the Gu family had to pay him 60 percent of their profits. "The reason that he took so much money is because many people under him had to be fed," said a source close to Gu. The source said that Gu also wanted to continue his ascent, meaning he needed to give more expensive gifts to foster ties.
Ain't it the way. Lastly the exposure of Song Lin, formerly head of the giant China resources organisation. And quite an exposure it was:
On Tuesday, Mr. Wang used Sina.com Weibo, a popular Chinese microblog service similar to Twitter, to share a picture of Mr. Songcuddled up on a bed with a woman who, Mr. Wang asserted, transferred Mr. Song’s ill-gotten money into concealed investments and offshore accounts...He alleged that the woman, under her own name and that of her relatives, had accumulated more than 100 million renminbi, or $16 million, in assets.