霧裡看花,習近平 cited from Guardian(2010.10.18) 【Comment】There is less information for outside world to know what Xi is or what he could be alike. And that mystery is a feature of communist leaders. Kim Jong-un is a perfect example. Beijing chooses the path to go mystery than 燒烤go openness? Xi Jin-ping cited from Guardian (2010.10.18) Xi, 57, is a "princeling", the son of a party veteran, Xi Zhongxun, who was an ally of Deng Xiaoping and helped to oversee 建築設計 the economic opening process in southern China. Xi Jinping was sent to the countryside as an educated youth during the cultural revolution and later studied chemical engineering at the prestigious Tsinghua University, 面膜going on to gain a law doctorate. Months later Xi joined the party's standing committee and took responsibility for the Olympics. It was around that time that Henry Paulson, the then US treasury secretary, described him as "the 九份民宿kind of guy who knows how to get things over the goal line". Overseas, Xi may be best known for remarks that were never reported by China's state media. On a foreign trip last spring, he told his audience: "There are some well-fed foreigners wh 酒肉朋友o have nothing better to do than point fingers at our affairs. China does not, first, export revolution; second, export poverty and hunger; third, cause troubles for you. What else is there to say?" Ni Lexiong, a professor at Shanghai's University of Political Science and Law, 信用卡代償 told Associated Press: "Barring anything unexpected, Xi will be taking over as party leader". Russell Leigh Moses, a Beijing-based political analyst, said: "Two years is still a lifetime in Chinese politics. While this is a step forward for him and the stability of the party, no one knows what lies ahea 酒店經紀d in terms of the final selection process. "Hu may have other preferences, but rocking the boat and changing the plan is too risky and the cost too high," Joseph Cheng, head of the Contemporary China Research Centre at the City University of Hong Kong said. "We are not sure exactly what Xi stands for or against 西裝外套 … his own policy preferences remain quite unclear," he said. "We really have a much clearer sense of Li Keqiang's views; he is quite loquacious. Xi prefers not to have a high public profile." Analysts will be watching keenly for more details of what happened at the plenum, in light of Wen's recent calls for political reform recentl 室內裝潢y. It is unclear precisely what the premier has in mind, but his comments are highly unusual for a Chinese leader and most Chinese media did not report them. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/oct/18/china-xi-jinping-military-commission .msgcontent .wsharing ul li { text-indent: 0; } 分享 Facebook Plurk YAHOO! 結婚  .
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