Xi Jinping (born in June 1953), is the general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee. He is also chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission, vice president of the People's Republic of China (PRC), and vice chairman of the PRC Central Military Commission.
China's top political leader Xi Jinping said on Tuesday that ties with Russia are a priority for its foreign policy.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Tuesday said that promoting relations with Russia is a priority for Chinese diplomacy as he met with a Russian delegation in Beijing.
Xi Jinping, the new leader of China's ruling Communist Party of China, on Saturday called for efforts to uphold and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics.
The General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee has called for more political courage and wisdom to deepen the country's reform.
China's leaders on Tuesday morning celebrated the New Year of 2013 with political advisors in Beijing.
Xi Jinping, the new leader of the Communist Party of China, has advocated six ways to adhere to the spirit of the 18th CPC National Congress.
Top Chinese leaders including Xi Jinping on Sunday watched Peking Opera at the National Center for the Performing Arts in a gala to celebrate the New Year.
Top leaders urged greater efforts to combat poverty during visits to impoverished areas.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping urged local authorities to escalate poverty-alleviation work during his weekend visit to impoverished villages in north China's remote Fuping County.