Jinping’s figure of 36 from Hu Chunhua
The People’s Daily, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, reported on President Xi Jinping’s visit to Liaoning province on Wednesday, Nikkei Asia reported. The same newspaper reported that Premier Li Keqiang attended a meeting in Guangdong province on Tuesday. This suggests that the two leaders have returned from the same seaside resort near Beijing where every year top officials and retired Chinese Communist Party veterans meet informally to discuss important matters. In such a situation, it is believed that Xi Jinping will easily get his third term. Hu Chunhua, on the other hand, is a member of the sidelined faction of Xi Jinping. He is considered the leader of the Hu Jintao faction.
Hu Chunhua is a strong contender for the post of Chinese Prime Minister
Hu is currently one of the four vice-presidents and part of the 25-member Politburo. He has a reputation within the Chinese Communist Party as an efficient, pragmatic administrator. He has led the Communist Youth League for a long time. He has served as the party secretary of Inner Mongolia and Guangdong Province in his political career apart from Tibet. This is the reason why he is being considered a strong candidate for the top leadership position. Some even see him as prime minister, succeeding Li Keqiang. Xi has been wary of the power of the Communist Youth League since taking over as party leader in 2012. If Hu Chunhua succeeds in becoming a member of the Elite Politburo Standing Committee, he could be seen as a possible successor to Xi at the 2027 Party Congress.
who is hu chunhua
Hu Chunhua is a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China (CCP) and Deputy Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China. He worked in Tibet for most of his career and ascended the ranks of the party partly through the Communist Youth League. He is popularly known as “Little Who” due to his career similarity with former CCP general secretary Hu Jintao. When he took office in Hebei province in 2008, he became the youngest governor of China. He was then promoted as the party secretary of Inner Mongolia in 2009. In 2012, he was given the job of Secretary of the Communist Party of Guangdong and made a member of the Politburo.
Joined the Communist Party of China at the age of 16
Hu Chunhua was born in April 1963 to a family of farmers in Wufeng County, Hubei. In 1979 he ranked first in his county in the Gaokao exam. At the age of 16, he was the youngest student in his class. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Chinese language and literature from Peking University in 1983. He then went on to work in Tibet, starting as a cadre in the organization department of the Communist Youth League. Hu Chunhua held various government and youth league positions in Tibet. In view of his work, he was appointed Deputy Secretary of the CCP Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee in November 2003. During this time he also served as the Deputy Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Government. In Tibet, Hu played an important role in developing the Tibetan economy, halting the independence movement, and the settlement of more Han Chinese in the area.
very little speak hu chunhua
Hu Chunhua has rarely made his public profile public during his time in power. Hu does not discuss his work and personal life publicly. During the 2012 National People’s Congress, Hu Chunhua answered only four out of twenty questions asked by journalists. The rest was answered by his junior teammates. He has also declined to comment on his personal ambitions on several occasions. He is also not available on the Chinese social media platform Vivo. After Bo Xilai’s dismissal in April 2012, Hu was heavily promoted because of his loyalty to the Central Party officials led by Hu Jintao. He followed the party line and is seen as a close confidant and loyalist of Hu Jintao.