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Xi Jinping (pinyin: Xí Jìnpíng; IPA: [ɕɨ̌ t͡ɕînpʰǐŋ]; simplified Chinese: 习近平; traditional Chinese: 習近平; pinyin: Xí Jìnpíng; born 1 June 1953) is a senior leader of the People's...

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Xi Jinping With Removed Liver Tumor

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: On September 13, Hong Kong's China Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy published news on Vice President Xi Jinping. It said, Xi has received liver tumor removal surgery in the People's Liberation Army Hospital 301 in Beijing. Thus he didn't appear in the public arena for a while. It's scheduled that Xi will come out in public next week. Two key meetings are coming soon, where Xi Jinping is expected to appear. One is the Politburo meeting, scheduled for next week by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee, which will be presided by General Secretary Hu Jintao. The official media points out Xi Jinping will present a report at that meeting, on the readiness for the18th CCP congress. Another key report will be given by He Guoqiang, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. At that meeting it will be decided the date for the18th National Congress of CCP. Another opportunity that Xi Jinping will possibly appear at is the ASEAN Expo on September 21. The Boxun network quoted "reliable sources" that Xi Jinping will be at the opening ceremony, and will meet with Burmese leader Wu Dengsheng. He Guoqiang' Appearance To Quell Accident Rumors Another top China's politician, He Guoqiang, the secretary of Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, appeared on September 12. He was said to have a car accident the same day as Xi, as both disappeared at the same time <b>...</b>
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