The Dictator Files: Xi Jinping

Can you answer these questions about this Chinese dictator?
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What is his political party?
Communist Party
What title is held by him – the highest political leader in China?
Paramount Leader
What now-banned fictional character in China was he compared to?
Winnie-the-Pooh
In what city was he born in 1953?
Beijing
Who did he succeed as the President of China?
Hu Jintao
What did he controversially eliminate in 2018?
Term limits
In what city did up to 1 million people protest against the
Chinese government on the streets?
Hong Kong
What sea has China been claiming by building artificial islands in it?
South China Sea
Who was the first world leader Xi visited when he became President?
Vladimir Putin
It has been estimated that over 1 million people of what Muslim ethnic group
now live in re-education camps?
Uyghur
What did he study at Beijing's Tsinghua University?
Chemical Engineering
Name either of the Chinese provinces he was the Governor of between 1999–2007.
Fujian / Zhejiang
What type of war has China been having with the United States since 2018?
Trade War
In what city was the first case of COVID-19 confirmed in 2019?
Wuhan
What Chinese philosopher does he embrace the teachings of very strongly?
Confucius
What family "policy" was finally abolished in 2016?
One-Child policy
What term was promoted by Xi – there is also an "American" one?
Chinese Dream
Both in 1985 and 2012, Xi received the key to the small American city of Muscatine.
In what state is it located?
Iowa
What is the name of his wife?
Peng Liyuan
What global infrastructure development strategy did he launch in 2013 – investing in
more than 70 countries' infrastructure?
Belt and Road Initiative
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