China: China’s anti-corruption watchdog promises to target overseas funds days after singer Wanting Qu pleads for justice for mother

China’s top anti-corruption body has said it will step up its efforts to target funds sent overseas by corrupt officials days after the Canada-based singer Wanting Qu demanded justice for her mother, who has been detained for six years on bribery charges.

In a Sunday morning post titled Overseas Is No Haven for Transferring Assets, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection promised to punish money laundering and collect all assets acquired corruptly.

The commentary was issued days after Qu called for justice for her mother Zhang Mingjie, former deputy director of the development and reform bureau in Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province.

The original full article can be found at scmp.com

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