Limits Put on Department Level Officials Travel
Anti-corruption voices heard with all kinds of information
on the downfall of all level officials throughout the country.
August 28, the new anti-corruption regulation released by
mainland media caused the concern.
According to Beijing Youth Daily report, Beijing authorities
recently tightened the control on officials going abroad.
For department level or above officials, are not allowed
to go abroad personally except in special conditions.
Private passports have be submitted for
The information started all kinds of discussion.
A lot of people believe the Chinese authorities’ action is to
prevent the corrupt from fleeing.
However, an insider who worked in border management
agencies told Radio Free Asia that it will have no effect
on the corrupt, because Chinese officials generally have
multiple passports using someone else’s identity
with their own photos.
Therefore, there is very little effect in stopping officials
fleeing by this measure.
Foreign Media: Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Armored
Vehicles On Hong Kong Streets
CCP People’s Congresses were discussing the Hong Kong
political reform plan recently.
Whether Hong Kong 2017 Chief Executive election
has universal suffrage triggered the unprecedented
confrontation between the Hong Kong people and CCP officials.
The Occupy Central movement, launched by Hong Kong
pan-democratic camp is ready to act.
The Political Bureau Standing Committee, Hong Kong
and Macao work Coordination Group leader
Zhang Dejiang also claims, Beijing has enough preparation
that something will happen in Hong Kong.
Just when it’s touch and go, Hong Kong people find armored
vehicles entering into their streets on August 28th.
According to Agence France-Presse quoting sources from
Apple Daily, at least four armored vehicles passed
by Hong Kong downtown on Thursday morning.
According to the pictures on twitter, the armored vehicles have
Hong Kong Pan-democrats Councillor Mao Mengjing told Agence
France-Presse the armored vehicles are a CCP threat to Hong
They try to scare the people who will participate in the
upcoming large-scale civil disobedience activities.
However, one of Hong Kong Central Occupy sponsors Chen
Jianmin told the Agence France-Presse that the Central Occupy
campaign will not be scared.
30 Copies of Confidential Documents were Intercepted in Taiwan
Chang Hsien-yao Leak Case
There is actual progress for the former Taiwan Affairs Council
vice chairman Chang Hsien-yao’s leak case.
August 29, Radio France Internationale reported that
Zhang case investigators said, the secretary Zhang Suling
faxed the document to a Taiwan businessman through the Affairs
Council fax machines.
The businessman will give the documents to Affairs Office officials.
The report said Taiwan Investigation Bureau has intercepted 30
copies of confidential documents which were faxed from the
Mainland Affairs Council.
The report quoted investigators saying, Chang Hsien-yao is
suspected of giving the documents of Both Sides Traffic Rights
Allocation and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Meeting
through the secretary and male assistant.
Then the Taiwan businessman gave it to
The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council.
These documents are all confidential.
August 29, Taiwan Investigation Bureau synchronously searched
seven locations including Chang Hsien-yao’s home
and interviewed Chang Hsien-yao, the secretary Zhang Suling,
male assistant Chen Hongyi and Chang Hsien-yao’s driver.
Currently, this Taiwan businessman is still abroad, not
appearing in court.
The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council official, is not