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April 25, 2012 5:00 AM

Son of Bo Xilai defends his record, lifestyle at Harvard

Amid allegations of family corruption, the son of disgraced former Chinese Communist Party leader Bo Xilai publicly defended his own record and pushed back against rumors of a lavish lifestyle in a statement to the Harvard University student newspaper, saying that his expensive education was paid by scholarships and savings.

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