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An employee at a state-owned company in eastern China was suspended after an investigation (điều tra) into social media (mạng xã hội) claims he made about achieving great wealth and having connections with senior government officials, prompting public speculation (suy xét, nghiên cứu) about corruption (tham nhũng).
State-owned Capital Operation Holding Group in Jiangxi province issued a statement on Wednesday that said claims made by employee Zhou Jie – such as that he once drank tea that cost 400,000 yuan (US$60,000) per kilogram – were lies made up “out of vanity (rỗng tuếch, hư ảo, hão huyền)”.
“The story that a certain provincial government leader gave him a cigarette was false. Zhou made it up to show off.”
Zhou, who is from Nanchang in Jiangxi province, attracted national attention over the weekend when a series of screenshots of his WeChat Moments showing off his claimed wealth and power were widely circulated.
Hinting that his father had received a senior position (vị trí cấp cao) in the provincial government, Zhou bragged about frequently socialising with high-level officials and wealthy businesspeople, claiming he was once given a cigarette by a deputy provincial governor worth 1,200 yuan (US$180) a carton.
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