In 2012 Peter Humphrey gave a presentation, the gist of which was fraud in China. At the time Humphrey was Managing Director, ChinaWhys Co Ltd.
The opening slideshow presentation offered the following:
China is undergoing a get-rich-quick social revolution and economic development phase.
After the Cultural Revolution there was a spiritual vacuum a loss of moral compass.
The pressure to make money is enormous, especially among the young. Money means lifestyle and prestige.
Fraud, embezzlement and corruption is rife in both the public and private sectors – read the local press!
The 81 page slideshow then offered some past examples of fraud committed in China.
Page 36-38 focuses on Pharma bribery. It's quite eye-opening, although the pharmaceutical company isn't actually mentioned by name.
Glaxo claim that they hired Humphrey to do some background searches on the person they believed to be the whistleblower [the person emailing them the bribery allegations and the sex tape] - they, according to media reports, thought it was Vivian Shi, the company's head of government affairs. At the time they never told Humphrey about the emails and sex tape. [Back story]