China President Death: Is Xi Jinping Died? China President is fine & fake death news is spreading in social media

By | July 2, 2020

China President Death: Is Xi Jinping Died? China President is fine & fake death news is spreading in social media:

China President Death

The China president Xi Jinping death news is falsely spreading in the social media. In many social medias, the news going viral is that Xi Jinping Died, but the china president is fine and completely alright..

Xi married Ke Lingling, the daughter of Ke Hua, China’s ambassador to the United Kingdom in the early 1980s. They divorced within a few years.The two were said to fight “almost every day”, and after the divorce Ke moved to England.

Xi married the prominent Chinese folk singer Peng Liyuan in 1987.Xi and Peng were introduced by friends as many Chinese couples were in the 1980s. Xi was reputedly academic during their courtship, inquiring about singing techniques.

Peng Liyuan, a household name in China, was better known to the public than Xi until his political elevation. The couple frequently lived apart due largely to their separate professional lives. Peng has played a much more visible role as China’s “first lady” compared to her predecessors; for example, Peng hosted U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama on her high-profile visit to China in March 2014.

Xi and Peng have a daughter named Xi Mingze, who graduated from Harvard University in the spring of 2015. While at Harvard, she used a pseudonym and studied Psychology and English. Xi’s family has a home in Jade Spring Hill, a garden and residential area in north-western Beijing run by the Central Military Commission.

In June 2012, Bloomberg News reported that members of Xi’s extended family have substantial business interests, although there was no evidence he had intervened to assist them. The Bloomberg website was blocked in mainland China in response to the article.Since Xi embarked on an anti-corruption campaign, The New York Times reported members of his family were selling their corporate and real estate investments beginning in 2012.

Relatives of highly placed Chinese officials, including seven current and former senior leaders of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, have been named in the Panama Papers, including Deng Jiagui, Xi’s brother-in-law. Deng had two shell companies in the British Virgin Islands while Xi was a member of the Politburo Standing Committee, but they were dormant by the time Xi became general secretary of the Communist Party in November 2012.

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