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Unpublished Paper
How Chinese e-Public Feel and Think About Corruption
(2008)
  • Kam C. Wong
Abstract

On June 23, 2004, the China National Auditing Office stunned the nation with the submission its 2003 Audit Report to the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China. The Audit Report uncovered extensive financial improprieties and egregious budgetary irregularities within various government offices and by many local officials. A systematic review of literature uncovers no investigation on the Chinese people’s reception and reaction to the Audit Storm. This is a first attempt to do so.

This is a research into the “feelings” and “thinking” of Chinese internet users on (anti) - corruption in China. Specially, it tries to document and analysis the comments – reaction of the e-public to news articles on various aspects of “Audit Storm” in June – July of 2004.

Keywords
  • Corruption in China,
  • Chinese anti-corruption,
  • Audit Storm
Disciplines
Publication Date
March, 2008
Citation Information
Kam C. Wong. "How Chinese e-Public Feel and Think About Corruption" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kam_wong/2/