A man examines calligraphy in the window of a shop on Liu Li Chang street, a section of Beijing known for its art shops, on Jan. 29, 2015. China's president has ordered government officials to stop dabbling in calligraphy, after some of them received exorbitant sums for their "art," a back-door method of bribery in China.
A man examines calligraphy in the window of a shop on Liu Li Chang street, a section of Beijing known for its art shops, on Jan. 29, 2015. China's president has ordered government officials to stop dabbling in calligraphy, after some of them received exorbitant sums for their "art," a back-door method of bribery in China. McClatchy
A man examines calligraphy in the window of a shop on Liu Li Chang street, a section of Beijing known for its art shops, on Jan. 29, 2015. China's president has ordered government officials to stop dabbling in calligraphy, after some of them received exorbitant sums for their "art," a back-door method of bribery in China. McClatchy

China’s crackdown on corruption targets sales of officials’ calligraphy

January 29, 2015 1:07 PM