The article gives an analysis of methods and means of combating antisocial phenomena in modern China. Corruption, corroding the communist party from within, has threatened its unity and the security of the country, so fighting it, according to the Secretary-General of the communist party of China Xi Jinping, has become one of the main tasks for the country. The leaders of China have developed certain measures to identify and punish the plunderers of state property, carriers of immoral qualities and, first of all, among government officials. The victims of this widely advertised campaign were not only small civil servants (“flies”), but also high-ranking leaders of the country (“tigers”). The article points out that after the XIX Congress of the CPC, the struggle against antisocial phenomena in the country has acquired a systemic character.