Jul 23, 2022 02:33 AM

Censured Chinese Actress Held Board Seat at Company Controlled by Mysterious Tycoon

Mao Junjie
Mao Junjie

A Chinese actress on a hit TV show has been publicly dressed down after dressing up her qualifications to take a HK$300,000 ($38,220) a month job as a board member of a company controlled by a tycoon linked to two of China’s biggest corruption cases in recent memory.

Hong Kong-traded software provider Enterprise Development Holdings Ltd. said Monday that Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. (HKEX), which runs the city’s stock exchange, took disciplinary action against Mao Junjie, who served as one of the company’s executive directors from the end of December 2020 to November 2021, according to an exchange filing dated Monday.

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