Cartoons are an effective way of raising public awareness about anti-corruption. Cartoon series like You Need to Be Strong to Become a Blacksmith and Look in the Mirror, Fix Your Attire, Wash Up, and Get It Right, by the Frogs Cartoon Workshop, tap into current events and resonate with readers using witty humor. These series have grabbed the attention of major media outlets like major media outlets such as People's Daily and CCTV and gotten a thumbs-up from Comrade Wang Qishan, who issued two special directives praising their work. The Publicity Office of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection sent a special team to Qiu County to delve deeper into their work, even making a documentary about the workshop. Qiu County Clean Government-Themed Cartoon Exhibition now has a dedicated space on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, showcasing these engaging anti-corruption cartoons with a unique local touch.
This book is a collection of over 300 folk art cartoons on the theme of China’s fight against corruption over the past 60 years. It offers a unique perspective on clean government, seen through the eyes of Chinese farmers. These cartoons shine a light on both strengths and challenges of China’s political system and boost the reach and impact of anti-corruption culture in a refreshingly down-to-earth way. It's a treasure trove of wisdom and humor, inspiring and reminding readers the importance of integrity and diligence. Whether you're a civil servant or a party member seeking to strengthen your commitment to clean government, it is a perfect read.