Business Insider on golf and China’s ‘corruption crackdown’

Mamta Badkar writes:

The crackdown on corruption has been a hallmark of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s reign.
Increasing corruption in the party was seen as one of the biggest threats to its survival, and Xi has made it clear that he will stomp it out.

So it isn’t surprising that top officials in China are wary of doing anything that could make it seem like they are corrupt in anyway.

And that, means officials are even wary of being caught playing golf.

Read the rest of “Chinese Officials Are So Scared Of The Corruption Crackdown They Don’t Want To Be Seen Playing Golf,” which includes a nice mention of The Forbidden Game.