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Spotlight falls on network's charity (2)

By Wang Qingchu (Shanghai Daily)

10:51, November 29, 2011

When Sun asked the association about the consultancy he paid for, he was told he was "blacklisted."

No explanation was given, CCTV said.

On various occasions Lu has claimed his association supports charity, but none of the charity projects initiated by the association gives details of those who have benefited, the report said.

The charity projects are operated by Tianjiurushang Investment Group, owned by Li Hailing, Lu's wife.

Internet users have raised doubts about the financing and management of its highest-profile program, China-Africa Project Hope, which aims to raise 2 billion yuan to build 1,000 schools in poor parts of Africa over the next 10 years. The project is led by Lu Xingyu, Lu Junqing's 24-year-old daughter.

Tianjiurushang Investment takes 10 percent of donations in management fees.

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