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Seven Areas that Showcase China’s Moral Crisis

The world may know that China faces a moral crisis, but may not realize how serious the problem really is.

Considering specific examples, from officials raping an innocent child and then declaring her a prostitute, to doctors treating a beggar to a nice meal and then killing him to harvest and sell his organs, from Chinese netizens singing eulogies to bin Laden after the U.S. killed him, to the series of frauds that China perpetrated on the public at the Beijing Olympics, the world may gain a deeper understanding of the problem.

This Chinascope article is the first in a series that analyzes the moral crisis in China, raising issues of great concern both for the nation itself and for the world.

The factors to be addressed include not just how the crisis manifests, but also its historical development both within the context of ancient Chinese history and the unfolding of events after the Communist revolution.

Part I is an exploration of seven areas that exemplify the serious nature of China’s Moral Crisis.

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