The following post by Sun Yaoyang (孙钥洋) sharing the personal assets of six Chinese officials found guilty of corruption was deleted from Sina Weibo sometime before 9:50am Hong Kong time yesterday, June 25, 2012. Sun Yaoyang, a Chinese writer from Harbin, has just over 84,000 followers, according to numbers from Sina Weibo. [More on deleted posts at the WeiboScope Search, by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre].
The post, which makes tongue-in-cheek reference to the issue of reporting the assets of government officials (an issue that crops up repeatedly, but on which there has been no real progress), reads:
［Reporting the assets of Chinese official begins] 1. Maoming Deputy Mayor Yang Guangliang (杨光亮), properties 140, cash 1.2 billion. 2. Chuxiong Prefecture Head Hong Wei (红卫), properties 230, cash 1.7 billion. 3. Hangzhou Deputy Mayor Xu Wangyong (许迈永), properties 250, cash 1.4 billion. 4. Shanxi Pu Country Coal Office Director Hao Pengjun (郝鹏俊), 350 properties, cash three billion. 5. Shandong Deputy Governor Huang Sheng (黄胜), properties 460, cash nine billion US$. 6. Zhejiang Provincial Food and Drug Administration Director Huang Meng (黄萌), properties 840, cash two billion.
The original Chinese post follows:
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