BEIJING: When Li Chenyang, head of Shenyang's women's group and childrens hospital, is not standing up for feminism, she can be seen taking high-level male Chinese government officials to hotels to trade sex for favors.
According to China Radio International, "A sex scandal in a northeastern Chinese city has forced the resignation of a health bureau chief, the local discipline authority said Monday."
Chinese bloggers posted video surveillance of the two government officials checking into a Shenyang hotel.
As reported by China Radio International, "The discipline inspection commission of Shenyang, capital of Liaoning Province, confirmed that health bureau chief Yan Shi and Li Chenyang, head of a local women's and children's hospital, were under investigation after an online post accused Li of corruption and trading sex for benefits."
The two were caught on tape on the evenings of Nov. 27 and Dec. 11.
To read the entire article from China Radio International, link here: To watch a video on a Chinese language Website of Ms. Li Chenyang's late night hotel excursions, link here:
... written by Amanda R , January 01, 2014
The headline for this article is disgusting and misleading. There is no basis to the claim that Li traded sex for favors. An online post (not cited) made the accusations, but they have not been substantiated. The only fact is that Li and Yan checked into a hotel together. There is no evidence that they even had sex, much less that any "favors" were exchanged. Shame on you for trying to sensationalize this story and ruin Li's name and character. I hope she sues you for defamation.