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Premier Wen Jiabao acknowledged earlier this month that rampant official corruption remained a problem despite years of efforts to stamp it out and admitted the issue threatened the Communist Party's ability to rule.

the corruptions has become a hot topic of public.
china, from the top leaders and grass-root civlians are dedicating to eradicate the corruption. when discipline department are endeavoring to deal with corruption.
the private individuals are also trying to help eradicate corruption in china.
A corruption museum may be a good option to remind civlians and officials keeping their hands clear. nothing can be hidden perfectly, once the corruption is brought into surface, they will not only face a jail life but also people's slanging in museum.

A planned anti-graft museum in southwest China is asking the public to nominate the 100 most corrupt officials of the past century, state media reported Saturday.

Fan Jianchuan, who operates a private museum in Chengdu, said he started collecting artifacts for his "Traitors Museum" after Internet users suggested the idea, Xinhua news agency said, citing a local newspaper.

if one corrupt official is honorly collected into the museum, he/she will face public's comdemn for a long time and may be shown in the museum for couples of generations.

"Starting now, the museum will accept nominations from the masses who can then vote on the museum's web site," Fan was quoted as saying.

Criteria for deciding the top 100 will include the official's position, how much they stole, by what means, the circumstances and the impact of their corruption, he said.

The museum would provide cautionary tales and help deter future corruption, he said.

Fan said he would ask the Communist Party's disciplinary committee for support and envisions the museum as an anti-corruption education centre, possibly even providing tours for criminals serving prison sentences.


what is your suggestion for the top100 corrupt officials in china?

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Post time 2010-3-29 17:12:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by tamson at 2010-3-29 18:36
A planned anti-graft museum in southwest China is asking the public to nominate the 100 most corrupt officials of the past century, state media reported Saturday....


For utter moral corruption, one couldn't go past all the top leaders of the CCP who deny their countrymen the most basic rights.
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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Post time 2010-3-29 18:05:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by emucentral at 2010-3-29 17:12
For utter moral corruption, one couldn't go past all the top leaders of the CCP who deny their countrymen the most basic rights.

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emucc is so angry, Chinese economic achievement bring enough confidence to counter his attack and disgusting preaching.

That's why he's so pissed off.

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I just wait for the day that the director of the corruption museum accepts a bribe.

Would be a proper way to baptize such a funny institution.

I prefer the sex museum of Beate Uhse in Berlin.

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Post time 2010-3-29 18:17:34 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rockmybaby at 2010-3-29 18:16
I just wait for the day that the director of the corruption museum accepts a bribe.

Would be a proper way to baptize such a funny institution.

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Look at your pope, he proposed celibacy, but his own men partying with child sex.

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