Elite prisoners in China’s ‘tigers’ cage’ Qincheng grow vegetables and wear suits

We are the Leading Online Reputation Repair Agency and we are experts in Removing Negative Information from the Internet and from Google, Yahoo and Bing Search Results .
Our International Legal Team take down permanently all types of negative webpages including , articles, blogs ,reviews, court and arrest records , mugshots , court filings , court decisions,bankruptcy records ,images, videos .
Blogs and News Articles Takedown
Video and Images Removals from all major video sites including Porno sites
Court and Arrest Records takedown
Negative Reviews removals from all major complaint and review sites , including Yelp, Tripadvisor, RipoffReport , Glassdoor and more
Cheater Websites Take Downs , including TheDirty.com, She’sahomeWrecker , BadBoy.kr
Removal of Internet Slander & Defamation , including all kinds of defamatory content
Contact us today at [email protected]



Webcide.com : The Leading Online Reputation Repair Agency 2019


1 / 3 Elite prisoners in China’s ‘tigers’ cage’ Qincheng grow vegetables and wear suits Former security tsar Zhou Yongkang was once one of China’s most powerful men. Now, he grows fruit and vegetables inside the “tigers’ cage” – the infamous maximum security jail for fallen political elites.
Meanwhile, disgraced Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai and his former police chief Wang Lijun, who were at the centre of the country’s biggest political scandal in recent years, do not cross paths at the prison but apparently share the same hobby: calligraphy.
More than 1.3 million Chinese officials – from the elite “tigers” to the ordinary “flies” – have been snared since President Xi Jinping took power in 2012 and began an unprecedented graft-busting campaign.
And most of the “big tigers” like Zhou, Bo and Wang – officials with a vice-ministerial ranking or higher – are jailed at the secretive Qincheng prison .
While many of its inmates are household names in China, little is known about the conditions within the walls of the heavily guarded prison.
But details have emerged from former guards and prisoners and the families of inmates, who have told the South China Morning Post on condition of anonymity about the treatment of corrupt cadres in the jail.
Bo, for example, is said to enjoy practising his calligraphy in letters to the authorities seeking to get his case reopened, according to a source close to his family. The former politician is serving a life sentence for corruption, embezzlement and abuse of power .
His fellow inmate and former right-hand man Wang, who was sentenced to 15 years’ jail for defection, taking bribes and other crimes , fell out with Bo, but is also said to be keen on practising his writing. Wang’s failed attempt to defect to the US consulate in Chengdu exposed the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood by Bo’s wife Gu Kailai – she is serving her life sentence at Yancheng prison .
“Wang always likes doing Chinese calligraphy. He also reads a lot in prison and spends his time studying English,” according to a source close to the former police chief.
Located on the northern outskirts of Beijing at the foot of the Yan mountains, the “tigers’ cage” is different from other Chinese jails. It is directly run by the Public Security Ministry, while other prisons are run by the Ministry of Justice.
These days there are group activities – Bo is known to be active in those – and the inmates are locked in 16-square-metre cells.
Former Bo Xilai family aide jailed over murder of UK businessman Neil Heywood ‘released early’ Bo, who was known for his flamboyant style before his downfall, has also apparently been given permission to wear Western suits instead of a prison uniform, according to a source close to the jail.
He was not the first inmate granted that privilege – former Shanghai party boss Chen Liangyu was earlier allowed to swap his uniform for suits.
The source said Qincheng was not like other prisons, and that the guards were well aware of the status of the inmates.
“The guards are told to keep their hands off the prisoners. They are told the inmates aren’t ordinary people and that they have to refrain from hitting back, even if they are scolded or hit by an inmate, or they will be fired,” he said.
But although Bo is free to wear his suits, the line is drawn at leather shoes – all prisoners must wear the plastic shoes provided for them. And any shoes or trousers with laces or drawstrings are not allowed inside the prison to prevent suicides, the source added.
The tigers’ cage: inside China’s Qincheng prison Other inmates have secured different privileges. Former security chief Zhou, who was jailed for life for taking bribes, abuse of power and leaking state secrets , has his own garden. His cell is in an isolated compound and he has a small plot of land to grow his own produce – and apparently he is quite good at it.
“When his relatives and friends visit him, they sometimes take home fruit and pumpkins grown by Zhou,” according to a source close to the family.
Story continues Aside from Zhou’s vegetable patch, there are also two big walnut trees and a persimmon tree within the prison grounds.
A source close to Qincheng operations said guards looked after the trees and kept them pruned.
The persimmons were also said to be a favourite of the late Yao Wenyuan, chief propagandist of the so-called Gang of Four that led the Cultural Revolution, who apparently used to hide the orange fruit in his straw hat and take it back to his cell to eat.
“He behaved like a little kid,” the source said. “There’s no rule against eating the fruit from the trees.”
This article Elite prisoners in China’s ‘tigers’ cage’ Qincheng grow vegetables and wear suits first appeared on South China Morning Post
For the latest news from the South China Morning Post download our mobile app . Copyright 2019.

Fix your Online Reputation within days , by de-indexing negative Google search results , including the removal of bad press and hostile blogs , take down of embarrassing videos and pictures , mugshots, jail records , defamation articles , fake news and fake reviews .
We offer you the ultimate reputation repair solution : total removal of your negative search results .

The de-indexing procedures from Google, Yahoo and Bing , are complex and extremely time consuming , but at the end of the process , all negative search results on those major search engines , are completely removed , forever .
We can help you in the following fields :

Permanently Erase negative information from consumer complaint sites like Ripoffreport.com, PissedConsumer.com, and Complaintsboard.com

Remove fake and negative reviews from rating websites like Yelp.com, Tripadvisor.com, Amazon.com, and Avvo.com
Permanently Remove secret or private information obtained illegally or placed online without authorization
Shut down websites that are engaged in negative campaigning against your company
Take Down embarrassing pictures, photos, and videos from social networking sites, porn sites, and mug shot websites
Remove offending and intimate posts from all the leading infidelity websites, such as Cheaterland.com, Playerblock.com, and Reportyourex.com
Eliminate damaging and false information from blogs, comment sections, message boards, and other forums
Delete and blog posts from all gossip sites like Thedirty.com
Remove your private data from online public databases
Erase permanently fake profiles on professional and social networking websites
Take Down illegal content from search engine indices
NO UPFRONT FEES – You pay only after the removal 
Contact us today for a free and confidential consultation at [email protected]
We take down fake news , posts , pictures , videos and comments from all the following websites :
Angie’s list
Fake Google Reviews
Yelp Reviews
and many additional sites not listed here .
We take down articles from all major online newspapers such as :
USA Today
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
New York Post
Los Angeles Times
The Washington Post
Star Tribune
Chicago Tribune
The Boston Globe