On June 13, 2014, an official from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China criticized China’s Academy of Social Science (CASS) because it had been infiltrated by foreign forces.
Zhang Yingwei, head of the CCDI team on assignment to the CASS blasted the institution for its major ideological problems. They included, "conducting illegal collusive activities during politically sensitive periods," "accepting point-to-point penetration from foreign forces," and "using the Internet to create subtly deceptive reasoning and argumentation." Zhang demanded that the whole institution "maintain a high degree of political sensitivity" and "be politically in line with the Party."
These remarks were first reported on the People’s Daily website. The report has since been removed.
Source: People’s Daily reprinted by China News Service, June 14, 2014