The Chinese government has been referring to their own soldiers as âwimpsâ and âdangerously corrupt.â While the world looks with fear at the massive Chinese army and its incredible defense expansion, apparently the Chinese do not have the same levelâ¦
Panfilo Lacson, a Philippine senator and the Chairman of the committee on national defense and security, recently revealed that he had been informed by an anonymous source that up to 3,000 Chinese individuals linked with the PeopleÃ¢s Liberation Army (PLA)â¦
Launched over two years ago, ChinaÃ¢s first home-built aircraft carrier was put into service on Dec. 17 in a ceremony attended by Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Sanya, on the southern island province of Hainan.ÃÂ
More observers warn of a possible violent crackdown by the mainland Chinese authorities in Hong Kong as millions of residents continue to resist what they see as the dismantling of their cityÃ¢s autonomy and rule of law.
Xinhua, the state-run mouthpiece that speaks for the Chinese Communist Party, has announced the completion of a government campaign to Ã¢terminate all paid servicesÃ¢ by the PeopleÃ¢s Liberation Army.ÃÂ
Fang Fenghui, a former Chief of Joint Staff of the PeopleÃ¢s Liberation Army (PLA) has been sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of engaging in corruption and amassing wealth that he has not yet been ableâ¦
The drivers of the richest man in Asia, and of a former Chinese general both became wealthy through their bossesâ connections. But one learned from his employerâs investment strategies, while the other used illegal means.
Another top officer is being investigated for graft in the Peopleâs Liberation Army, but the extent of her corruption may run much deeper than is being publicly admitted by the Chinese Communist Party.
One of the most senior officers in the Peopleâs Liberation Army had so much illegal cash in his basement that it took a week to count it, and 15 trucks to take it all away along with piles of jade,â¦