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Hong Kong corruption case

With Zhou Yongkang’s investigation officially announced, anti-corruption is once-again in the headlines with less cynicism that the “tigers” can go untouched. This documentary (廉署初创秘闻) examines Hong Kong’s approach to countering corruption with an eye toward lessons for the Mainland. The story of Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption could hardly be different than the Central Discipline Inspection Commission, but thinking through the comparison offers some insight into relations between the Special Administrative Region and the rest of the People’s Republic.

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