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Are a large amount of Kings in China's government? [Copy link] 中文

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I read a news report this morning.
It said a leader of one department of municipal government turned tens of his families into government employee in the past few of years.

Let me search it.
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In a forum, one poster wrote,tThe tax chief of Xingtai, Hebei province, Li Zhaochang, turned tens of families into government employee from Jun, 2008.

Till 2011-08-24, at least 4 families were confirmed by the journalist. And the Journalist failed to interview the local government official.

2011-08-26
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h ttp://news.ifeng.com/mainland/detail_2011_08/26/8693798_0.shtml
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What would happen if a municipal government were actually controlled by several local major families?

Of course some guy would shout out "My Dad is Li Gang!"

After the major families grew powerful enough, another "DaQiuZhuang" would come out.

explanation:
DaQiuZhuang is in Tianjin. The leader of that village, later a town, was actually a king in the early 1990s.

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Post time 2011-8-26 21:04:46 |Display all floors
It happens not only in China.

I used to work in rural South Australia.  It’s a small community with locals born & bred there for generations. The jobs get passed on to their sons.  Vacant positions are advertised throughout the country.  
However very often an unqualified local snaps up the job because of connections (relatives) working
within the company.  

The only difference here is that it’s done behind closed door, unlike in China whereby the employer
dares to discriminate openly.
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