An official website opened by the Communist Party of China (CPC)'s discipline agency has received a daily average of 827 tip-offs about corruption since its launch, the website said on Tuesday.
In the first month since it launched on Sept. 2, there have been 24,800 reports. In comparison, there were an average 300 reports each day between April and August.
As of Oct. 2, more than 4,200 Internet users had registered to the website and posted over 3,500 messages.
The website, www.ccdi.gov.cn, was jointly opened by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC and the Ministry of Supervision, aiming at improving communication and interaction with the public.
The website consists of ten sections, including an online forum where the public can leave their opinions and proposals as well as ask questions about anti-corruption work.
In addition to receiving tip-offs, it also publishes latest information of important meetings, campaigns and investigations of graft.
The public can access a database of Party regulations and laws related to corruption through the website.