Chinese business loss / Thai anti-corruption curriculum / Malaysia corruption reporting
Chinese drone maker DJI uncovers corruption, sees $150 million loss. China’s SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd, the world’s largest maker of consumer drones, has discovered several cases of serious corruption at the company and expects 2018 losses of more than 1 billion yuan ($150 million) as a result.
Josh Horwitz and Brenda Goh/ Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-dji/chinese-drone-maker-dji-uncovers-corruption-sees-150-million-loss-idUSKCN1PC158
Putting a stamp on graft. An anti-graft study programme at Thai universities lies at the kernel of "Youngsters with Good Hearts", an anti-corruption curriculum for students in tertiary education designed by the National Anti-Corruption Commission with the support of United Nations Development Programme.
Apiradee Treerutkuarkul/Bangkok Post: https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1614002/
NGO: Detailed evidence more important than screen captures, photos in corruption cases. People who report instances of abuse or corruption to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) observing the parliamentary by-election here need to furnish more details for verification than just a screen-capture or photograph, often forwarded from other social media users, with no details to back up allegations.