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The fire swept through a government guesthouse where the officials had been staying for months, killing five people. Shantou, in the north of Guangdong province, is one of 15 coastal towns and cities on which Beijing's corruption commission has focused since January when President Jiang Zemin called for a new campaign against "unhealthy tendencies" among senior officials in the Communist party.
Other targets include Fuzhou and three other areas in Fujian province, now notorious as the source of the 58 illegal migrants found dead in Dover last month. There are strong suspicions that the "snakehead" gangs of human smugglers in Fujian often work in league with party and government officials to send people abroad. Initial reports from Shantou suggest that Saturday's fire, in a building which forms part of a closely guarded government compound, may have been started deliberately.
The Guangdong police chief, Liang Guoju, rushed to the scene to investigate the cause, and Shantou officials were told to "heighten their vigilance". According to the local police, at least two of the dead belonged to the joint Beijing-provincial corruption team, and several other members of the team were seriously in jured. A report on China's Central Television website said that four of the team had died. Senior officials with good connections in Beijing have been implicated in a huge case of fraud and import duty evasion in Xiamen, another city in Fujian province.
Rumours that the wife of a close associate of the president is also involved have had to be denied publicly.
Investigators from the central commission for discipline inspection working on the investigation in Xiamen complained earlier this year that their telephones were being tapped by the local police. Last week the Chinese parliament, the national people's congress, expelled Xie Yongwu, a member from Xiamen, on the grounds that he was suspected of being involved in smuggling. Other cities under investigation include Haikou, capital of the island province of Hainan, where the first large-scale import scam was started by senior party officials as far back as Guangxi province, whose capital Nanning is on the target list, is also well known for chronic corruption.