Chinese Netizens Post Bribery Stories on the Web


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In the past week several Internet sites in China have sprung up that allow people to report people--especially officials--who pay or receive bribes.

The sites are reportedly inspired by the Indian website, called "I Paid a Bribe.com"

Netizens on the Chinese websites discuss issues such as, "Does a public official asking for a discount in a store count as bribery?"

Bribes reported range from cigarettes and alcohol to luxury trips to Europe.

Netizens are also exposing alleged corrupt officials. This post gives a detailed report on a Communist Party official in Jiangsu province, saying that he has several properties that he received as bribes.

Many posts blame the Chinese Communist Party for bringing down the morality of the country, leading to a culture of bribery.

And you can find a more in-depth look at those websites on our China Blog, www.NTDtelevision.com.