A massive stock of luxury goods are up for auction in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, after officials were forced to turn over items that had been offered as bribes for their services. A brief perusal of the list includes watches, jewelry, hand bags, and vintage wines, each of which a steady reminder that 1) Chinese officials are incredibly corrupt, 2) Luxury goods are wildly, crazily, insanely expensive.

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