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Ivy League school UPenn pocketed a $3m donation last year from a mysterious Hong Kong shell company ‘whose owner has ties to the Chinese government’

  • The University of Pennsylvania appears unable to explain a $3 million donation from a Hong Kong shell company tied to a Chinese businessman
  • The Ivy League school received $3 million from the Nice Famous Corporation Limited in 2019, which is owned by Chinese national Xu Xeuqing
  • Xu Xeuqing was known to have been involved in a Shanghai public corruption scandal where he allegedly bribed an official yet was not prosecuted
  • ‘Non-prosecution’ suggests Xu has close links with Communist Party officials
  • The school, however, say the money came from Xin Zhou who was a ‘large client’ of UPenn’s business school and has spoken at university-organized events 
  • The donations are part of several the university received from China in recent years as the country tries to buy influence on American campuses

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