For almost two months the authorities have been cracking down on the blatant corruption that has long plagued China’s health-care system. The Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, its fearsome graft-busting arm, is among a swathe of agencies leading the charge. Heralding the campaign in late July, officials said it would last a full year. State media have called it “a storm" and an unprecedented exercise in “shock and awe". The 21st Century Business Herald, a newspaper, said that graft-busters were “speeding into the deepwater zone".