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Title:Leadership shift, The Asahi Shimbun (08 Nov. 2012)
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Description:18 css, 26 gif, 75 html, 1 ico, 321 jpeg, 27 js, 7 png files (11.3 MB)
Loc. note:In part 3 embedded google map showing the cost of Hsia-men/Amoy missing
Contents:Senkaku dispute led to Hu's retraction of retirement plan / Kenji Minemura ; Nozomu Hayashi. -- Xi tried to rebuild China from the bottom up / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Xi showed early interest in Taiwanese political activists / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Xi avoided corruption trap by keeping distance from local officials / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Xi maintains balance between reformists, conservatives / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Li chose political career over chance to study abroad / Kenji Minemura. -- Hu, Li were like brothers during Communist Youth League days / Kenji Minemura. -- Li's rise hits snag over lack of achievements on local level / Kenji Minemura. -- Quick promotion made it difficult for Xi to keep promises with Shizuoka governor / Nozomu Hayashi. -- In secret voting, Xi rose in popularity while Bo fell / Nozomu Hayashi ; Kenji Minemura. -- Party elders, family background pushed Xi to the top / Nozomu Hayashi ; Kenji Minemura
Chung-kuo kung-ch'an-tang - Congresses
China - Politics and government - 21st century
Hsi Chin-p'ing, 1953-
Hu Chin-t'ao, 1942-
Li K'o-ch'iang, 1955-

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