China's corruption crackdown catches up to its 'naked officials'

China's 'naked officials', whose families live overseas, are often closely connected with the country’s endemic corruption problem. The current crackdown is prompting many to flee to countries such as Australia with their ill-gotten gains.

Gao Shan, a former Bank of China branch manager in Harbin, lived a modest life with his wife and daughter in Vancouver, Canada. He kept a low profile in the country, keeping his name off the mortgage, car registration and utility bills.


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