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4 Feb
Can Xi Jinping's China pull it off? Can happy pictures of a torch relay reduced to 72 hours and tightly cropped images of top-level competitions make the world forget about the empty seats, the Covid bubble, the artificial snow, the tight security and the pressure on sponsors over human rights abuses in Xinjiang and Hong Kong?
17 Nov 2021
While talking to US President Joe Biden, China's Xi Jingping warned that attempts to control China with Taiwan were "like playing with fire."
17 May 2020
Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, stressed the role of daylily growing and processing in helping local people get rid of poverty.
6 Oct 2019
President Donald Trump, speaking to reporters as he left the White House on Thursday, said Chinese President Xi Jinping should consider investigating Joe Biden and his son. The president has said Hunter Biden won about $1.5 billion for an investment fund after traveling to China with his father.
5 Oct 2019
Mightier than Mao? Xi Jinping's China marks 70 years of Communist rule
13 Jul 2019
The meeting between Indian PM Narendra Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit reinforces the multilateral nature of the world today, say experts.
1 Jul 2019
US President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping have agreed to restart trade talks. The US also confirmed it would not slap additional tariffs on Chinese exports for now.
20 Jun 2019
China’s Xi Jinping and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un are expected to meet later on Thursday behind closed doors in Pyongyang. It’s the first such visit in 14 years by a Chinese president.
20 Jun 2019
Chinese President Xi Jinping became the first leader of his country to travel to Pyongyang in 14 years. The trip comes as he and Kim Jong Un seek to improve bilateral relations.
7 Jun 2019
Chinese President Xi Jinping kicked off a three-day visit to Russia by visiting the Moscow Zoo where two pandas loaned by China are currently housed.
28 Mar 2019
While Chinese authorities accuse former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei of taking bribes, his high-profile disappearance has raised concerns about the reach President Xi Jinping's sweeping anti-graft campaign.
22 Jan 2019
Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of the nation's top leaders -- a fresh sign the ruling party is growing concerned about the social implications of the slowing economy.

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