This thread: viewtopic.php?f=40&t=85593
has lots of examples XD
(Most of what he describes isn't seen as bad writing in Taiwan, you see; it's just how things work. 'Circular Logic' is my term for it - round and round and round we go, and we'll just allude to the main point.)
This book is a textbook of mine: http://fliiby.com/file/45777/7ue59adm46.html
(link is simplified, haven't found an online version in traditional yet)
and a really good example of 'circular logic'. Clear, definitive points aren't really utilised, and the main point is instead driven home via repetition. A paragraph can have many sentences similar to an English 'topic sentence'.
I don't know why, but I can't really adapt to this style of writing (apparently it's just seen as 'bad writing' in HK and China now, but it's still 'good writing' in Taiwan). I'm studying this subject now from a book of exam questions and answers.... as, being an exam answer book, it's a lot more summarised and clear-cut.