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Access:http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive2/2013/03/13/asahi2_130313/ajw.asahi.com/category/special/red_aristocrats/default.htm (downloaded 13-03-2013)
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Material:Computer file
Title:Red aristocrats
Source:ajw.asahi.com, The Asahi Shimbun (18 Oct. 2012)
Orig. URL:http://ajw.asahi.com/category/special/red_aristocrats/
Description:18 css, 97 gif, 122 html, 1 ico, 482 jpeg, 28 js, 8 png files (15.6 MB)
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Language:eng.
Loc. note:In part 16, 20, 23 embedded google maps missing
Contents:Children, relatives received accumulated wealth of Communist Party officials / Koichiro Ishida ; Kentaro Koyama ; Atsushi Okudera. -- Bo Xilai's son led lavish life trying to burnish his CV abroad / Koichiro Ishida. -- When Bo Xilai's son was struggling at Oxford, a Chinese official visited / Koichiro Ishida. -- Western businessmen welcome rich Chinese students in England / Koichiro Ishida. -- Questions remain over ties between Bo's family and slain British businessman / Koichiro Ishida. -- French architect gets caught up in Bo Xilai family affairs / Koichiro Ishida. -- Role played by French architect in Bo-Gu scandal remains mystery / Nozomu Hayashi. -- High-profile lawyer sentenced, and a family falls from grace / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Princelings live the high life in exclusive circle of friends / Atsushi Okudera. -- Bo Guagua's Harvard education believed financed by Dalian businessman / Atsushi Okudera. -- Bo Guagua a popular student at Harvard but not the most studious / Atsushi Okudera. -- Chinese entrepreneurs flock to Harvard to develop personal ties / Atsushi Okudera. -- Harvard considered a second Central Party School by Chinese expats / Atsushi Okudera. -- Senior party officials attend Harvard on Hong Kong company's tab / Kentaro Koyama. -- Xi's sister developed 'iron will' during banishment in Cultural Revolution / Kentaro Koyama. -- Xi Jinping's sister a business mogul shrouded in secrecy / Kentaro Koyama. -- Real estate company linked to Xi Jinping's family suddenly liquidated / Kentaro Koyama. -- Xi's mother laid down the law on business practices / Kentaro Koyama. -- Anti-corruption whistle-blower taken away before interview / Kentaro Koyama. -- Student's thesis underscores long tradition of nepotism, cronyism / Nozomu Hayashi. -- For promotions to senior posts, personal connections are all that matter / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Vancouver provides a "heaven" for high-ranking Chinese officials / Atsushi Okudera. -- Families of "naked officials" remain secluded in overseas communities / Atsushi Okudera. -- "Woodpecker lady" serves as Communist Party watchdog / Kenji Minemura. -- Party leadership gives muted response to calls for political reform / Kenji Minemura. -- Only more digging will bring us closer to truth about Chinese Communist Party / Nobuyoshi Sakajiri
Subjects:Government
Political leadership - China
China - Politics and government - 21st century
Po Hsi-lai, 1949-
Po Kua-kua, 1987-
Neil Heywood, 1970-2011


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