Xi claims he’s taking on both “tigers and flies”—top officials and low-level bureaucrats. Some have managed to skirt prosecution by leaving China.
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Zhang, the former deputy director of the Harbin Municipal Development and Reform Commission, wanted her daughter to learn English, then earn a master’s degree in business, before returning to Harbin. After withdrawing from Simon Fraser University in 2005, she used tuition money to fund the purchase of an electric piano, straining an already difficult relationship with her mother.
Four years later, she became the first Chinese artist signed to Nettwerk, a Vancouver-based record label.
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But over the years, she’s forgiven me because she’s found pride and joy in my success in life.
And I’ve forgiven her because I’ve grown to understand fully that no one is perfect.” Zhang was arrested as part of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s campaign against corruption; in the last year 300,000 officials have been punished, according to the Communist Party’s official graft watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
Qu, 32, responded: “Thank you for loving me Gregor. Zhang’s two-day trial, on charges of embezzling million, and bribery and abuse of power for her role in a 2009 transfer of state land, ended July 20.