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Johnny Lin and Staff Reporter 2011-10-31
The Hong Kong-based Wen Wei Po has revealed shocking details of sexual improprieties within the Chinese government, as well as the country's media and police departments.
The newspaper named several male government officials notorious for promoting female officials in exchange for sexual favors. One such official was Lu Zhengfang, former deputy secretary of the Xuzhou municipal government, who was reported to have promoted a number female officials after they agreed to have sex with him.
Zhao Zengjun, former deputy mayor of Xuancheng in Anhui province, was said to have appointed one of his 20-year-old female mistresses as director of the region's women's league. Former secretary-general of the Hubei provincial government Jiao Junxian allegedly forged a resume for his mistress in order to promote her to a deputy director.
Wang Yali, former deputy chief of Shijiazhuang's Communist Youth League committee, was promoted by the city's traffic bureau chief after having an affair with him.
Sex scandals have not just engulfed the political scene in China but the country's police force and newsrooms as well. 28-year-old female police officer Chen Guangming, who was chosen as one of the ten great female leaders in the city of Chongqing, was said to have been promoted after having an affair with her male superior.
Li Yong, originally a broadcaster at a Guangdong TV station, was promoted to lead anchorwoman after becoming involved with Chen Shaoji, former top political advisor in the southern province.
Wang Yali was put behind bars after it was found out that she had been promoted through having an affair with a Shijiazhuang traffic bureau official. (Photo/Xinhua)