War of Words Erupts over Shenzhen Fund for Disabled People
(Beijing) – A dispute over a fund for disabled people in the southern city of Shenzhen has erupted, prompting a response from state media and shedding light on the lack of transparency regarding such money in the country's large cities.
In late May, Huang Haiquan, a former employee of the Shenzhen Minai Disabled Service Center, told media outlets that money in a fund intended to benefit the disabled had been misappropriated. He did not specify who took the money or how much had gone missing.
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