Chinese energy firm chairman gifted Hunter Biden an $80,000 diamond after he agreed to

Chinese energy firm chairman gifted Hunter Biden an $80,000 diamond after he agreed to help expand the business by making ‘introductions’ for $10MILLION a year

FULL STORY: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10251277/Hunter-Biden-agreed-spread-Chinese-influence-10-MILLION-year-80-000

China: Man released after 27 yrs wrongfully imprisoned; Bribery record: $200 million + more….

  • Shanghai’s famous TV Tower, which was accidentally given the same name as the city of Hong Kong, was struck with powerful lightning. That’s after Hong Kong police arrested even more pro-democracy activists. Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai and others have been released on bail. The share price of Lai’s Apple Daily skyrocketed shortly after, standing as a show of support.
  • A Chinese official was discovered to have falsified his resume, with somewhat comical results. Based on the fake document, he joined the Chinese Army before he was even one year old.
  • A Chinese state-run TV station is facing consequences, following its broadcast of a British citizen’s forced confession. He made the coerced statement after being drugged, handcuffed and locked in a cage inside a Chinese prison.
  • WeChat users in the U.S. appear divided over Trump’s ban of the Chinese social media app. Both supporters and opposers set up petitions on the White House petition website.

 

Chinese Corrupt Officials Get Creative With Ways to Hide Their Embezzled Cash..

Chinese Communist Party cadres are capable of embezzling huge sums of money—but how do they store it?

As the funds are illicit, officials know better than to save the money in banks, so they’ve become very creative in how they hide their stash.

The topic surfaced when a piece of news recently went viral in China. In Harbin City, in the northernmost Heilongjiang Province, a local resident who was renovating his house discovered loads of cash hidden in the walls. The previous homeowner had stowed away 140 million yuan (about $21.7 million), leading many netizens to assume he was a corrupt official.

Local authorities quelled the internet rumors by claiming that the money was connected to a scam case that local police were investigating.

But netizens may not be far off the mark, as officials have been caught secretly hoarding their spoils.

Last September, the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption agency, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, partnered with state broadcaster CCTV to air a special segment on corruption. It revealed how a Party cadre and former chairman of Chinese carmaker FAW Group, Xu Jianyi, hid his valuables in order to escape authorities. He placed his watches and gold bars inside tea canisters and tried to hide in a tree in his villa when he learned that the agency was coming for him.

Read The Full Story Here: https://www.theepochtimes.com/chinese-corrupt-officials-get-creative-with-ways-to-hide-their-embezzled-cash_2416363.html