China’s New President Takes Power


china-president-xi-jinpingXi will now take your questions.

Bringing a close to a frustrating four-month wait, China’s Communist Party made the official transition of power to its new leader, President Xi Jinping. The move implies that the Chinese government is holding true to a vow to listen more attentively to the increasingly “impatient public” in China.

A mere three months after being appointed the party’s general secretary and chairman of the Central Military Commission, Xi was elected president of the Communist Party. With three major titles, he wields a massive amount of power. Let’s see what he does with it. Read more at The New York Times.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. I just read that in Shanghai, there was a 3300 number of pigs that were thrown into the river (carcasses). Disgusting. I hope that the yidden did not drink the water.

  2. #1: I hope no one, Jew or non-Jew drinks the water.

    There is no hallachic issue, just a potential health issue.


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