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Monday, March 25, 2002, updated at 12:57(GMT+8)

Anti-Corruption Campaign
Two Officials Sentenced to Death for Corruption
Customs Chief Bribery Trial Opens

The trial of Zhao Yucun, the former head of Shenzhen customs, who is accused of amassing nine million yuan in bribes with his two daughters, has opened in Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court.

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Customs Chief Bribery Trial Opens
The trial of Zhao Yucun, the former head of Shenzhen customs, who is accused of amassing nine million yuan in bribes with his two daughters, has opened in Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court.

Corrupt Official Sentenced to 13 Years Prison
Shi Zhaobin, former deputy secretary of the Fujian Provincial Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC), was sentenced Monday to 13 years imprisonment for taking bribes.

Sunshine Policy to Fight Corruption in China's Capital
The Beijing Municipal People's Government has recently introduced what is known as "sunshine" policy in a bid to curb corruption and build a clean

Anti-Corruption Successful, But Much Remaining to Be Done
The reports by the Supreme People 's Procuratorate and the Supreme People's Court Monday were widely regarded as a manifestation of the firm conviction of the central authorities to bring corruption under control and as an ultimatum to corrupt officials still in the wild, said NPC deputies and CPPCC members.

Anti-Corruption Struggle Fruitful, Top Judge, Procurator
Reviewing the achievements in the anti-corruption struggle in 2001, the President of China's Supreme People's Court and the President of the Supreme People's Procuratorate said that the law-enforcement organs exhibited more teeth in fighting corruption, contributing their due share to building a clean government.

Wei Jianxing Defends Anti-Corruption Campaign
A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Friday defended the country's anti-corruption campaign, saying it is groundless to contend that corruption cases increases with the development of the campaign.

Corrupt Official Sentenced to Life Imprisonment
Former provincial official Jiao Zhiren, 55, was sentenced to life imprisonment Thursday in east China's Shandong Province for taking bribes worth more than 1.6 million yuan (194,000 U.S. dollars).

China Should Establish Honest Politics & Administration System: Expert
"China should build up a national system of honest politics and administration as early as possible to prevent corruption, setting curbs on the spread and propagation of the corruptive phenomena," said Hu Angang in a grave manner, expert in the study of national conditions.

Zhu Urges Efforts to Continue Anti-Corruption Campaign
Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji has told governments at all levels to continue the campaign to crack down on corruption and work hard to build a more honest and respectable government, in an address at a State Council anti-corruption meeting.

Corrupt Land Official Receives Life Sentence
An official in charge of land resources in east China's Zhejiang Province received a life sentence on Saturday for taking bribes and embezzling public funds.

Anti-corruption on the Cards
Poker, a popular game in China, has been used as a weapon against rampant corruption, says the Wednesday edition of the Beijing Youth Daily.

China to Broadcast Wanted Notice for Corrupt Officials
Starting from March 1, a wanted notice for corrupt officials will be broadcast every day on over 100 television stations, said the Procuratorial Daily Tuesday.

New Look in Liaoning with Corruption Checked
Northeast China's Liaoning Province has seen positive changes in economic growth and social stability following the crackdown of a band of corrupted high-ranking local officials.

Largest Ever Embezzlement Case in Zhejiang Settled
The procuratorate of the capital of east China's Zhejiang Province has recently settled the largest ever case of embezzlement in the province, involving a total of 13.8 million yuan (1.7 million U.S. dollars).

China Cites Outstanding Anti-Corruption Units, Personnel
China Thursday commended 100 anti-corruption units and 200 inspectors for their outstanding contributions to the country's campaign against corruption.

16 Provincial-Level Officials Punished Last Year
A total of 175,364 people, including 16 provincial and ministerial level officials, were punished by disciplinary inspection and supervision departments at different levels in China last year, a senior official said Wednesday.

Vice President of Tongji University Detained for Bribe-taking
Wu Shiming, executive vice president of Shanghai-based Tongji University, was detained recently by the Procuratorate of Ningbo City, east China's Zhejiang Province, for being suspected of taking bribes, Guangming Daily reported Tuesday.

Senior Provincial Official Accused of Bribery, Embezzlement
A senior provincial official accused of taking huge bribes and embezzling public funds was brought to trial Tuesday in this capital of central China's Hunan Province.

Corrupted Officials Punished in Beijing
Thirty-one senior officials in China's capital were punished for corruption according to law during the January-to-November period of 2001, according to the sources of the procuratorate in Beijing.

China Strengthens Anti-Corruption Campaign in 2001
China has intensified high-level anti-corruption work in 2001. Li Jizhou, former deputy Public Security Minister, and Mu Suixin, Former mayor of Shenyang, were sentenced to death with reprieve. Crimes committed by Shi Zhaobin, former deputy secretary of the CPC Fujian Provincial Committee, Li Jiating, former Yunnan governor, Chong Fukui, former deputy governor of Hebei Province, etc, were also exposed.

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