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Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, left, and singer-songwriter Wanting Qu leave the field after Robertson presented the man of the match award after Canada and Japan played a rugby test match in Vancouver, B. (Darryl Dyck/CP) Until recently, Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson has managed to mostly evade media focus on his relationship with Wanting Qu, a Chinese pop star two decades his junior.
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On Zhang’s birthday last spring, shortly after charges against her were made public, Qu took to Instagram: “No one can replace her in my heart.
I must admit I feel regretful for not being in her life for the past 15 years.
And I’ve forgiven her because I’ve grown to understand fully that no one is perfect.” Zhang was arrested as part of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s campaign against corruption; in the last year 300,000 officials have been punished, according to the Communist Party’s official graft watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
Xi claims he’s taking on both “tigers and flies”—top officials and low-level bureaucrats.