2011: The Leaders’ Footprints, so together with the People

China National Radio (CNR) republished a photostory by Xinhua Politics (新华时政) on Friday, under the headline Together with the People – This Year’s Footprints of China’s Leaders (与人民在一起——中国领导人的一年足迹). China’s senior leaders went to all parts of the country in person (中国高层领导人身体力行), for inspections and research on the ground.

The Qianlong Emperor’s Southern Inspection Tour, Scroll Twelve (detail): Return to the Palace

The Qianlong Emperor’s Southern Inspection Tour, Scroll Twelve (detail): Return to the Palace (Wikimedia / Palace Museum, Beijing - click on the picture for source)

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Hu Jintao (胡锦涛) 8
Wu Bangguo (吴邦国) 2
Wen Jiabao (温家宝) 3
Jia Qinglin (贾庆林) 2
Li Changchun 李长春 2
Xi Jinping (习近平) 4
Li Keqiang (李克强) 3

Picture 1: Hu Jintao visits an affordable-housing project (保障性住房常营项目) in Chaoyang District, Beijing. On Wednesday, Hu, accompanied by members of the politbureau, Beijing’s party secretary Liu Qi and others, visited some basic-level working units  and makes thorough inquiries about the situation of poor families and the people’s livelihood.

Picture 2: Hu on an inspection tour in Hebei province, in a rural village belonging to Sanhe City.

Picture 3: Hu visits the Shanghai World Expo construction site. This is where Hu Jintao encourages the construction workers to work tirelessly, and to strive for high-standards and quality.

Picture 4: Hu visits Fujian province, talks with people on duty on that February 14 (Spring Festival), and on February 15, still in Fujian, he celebrates with numerous cadres, the masses, and with compatriots from Taiwan.

Picture 5: Hu visits the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. On the picture, he encourages an agriculture-related company to achieve greater results in the rural population’s income, as it develops modern agriculture.

Picture 6: Hu guides the earthquake relief work in Yushu, Qinghai province.

Picture 8: as night falls, Wu Bangguo meets workers at Zhenhua Heavy Industry Company’s base in Nantong, Jiangsu province, accompanied by Shanghai party secretary Yu Zhengsheng.

Picture 10:  Wen Jiabao near Dragon King Temple in Hankou, Wuhan province, on July 23, wading through the river water to inspect the situation.

Picture 12: Wen Jiabao joins a Taijiquan exercise in Macau, November 14.

Picture 13: Jia Qinglin on an inspection tour in Shanghai, on January 22, visiting a shipyard.

Picture 14: Jia Qinglin visits the Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, meets delegates of all the masses’ nationalities, and has cordial discussions with them on China western development.

Picture 15: Politbureau standing committee member Li Changchun visits the Central Opera House, cordially talking with the Opera’s former conductor Zheng Xiaoying.

Picture 17: Xi Jinping visits Hubei province, and cordially talks with people registering their newborn baby with the local authorities on January 21.

Picture 21: Li Keqiang visits China Shipbuilding Industry Group, stresses the need to adapt to global economic and technological changes, and effectively safeguard energy supplies.


Eastday: Behind the Bund, December 15, 2010
Tossing the Mountain around, November 8, 2010
Schools in Qinghai, April 16, 2010
Hu Haifeng, in his Academic Capacity, March 11, 2010
Red Flag Review Car, Wo Buy Ni, October 24, 2009
Jia Qinglin: Serf Emancipation Day, March 28, 2009

4 Responses to “2011: The Leaders’ Footprints, so together with the People”

  1. raah. i heard from a matey potatey on the ground that pissdof students stopped wen jaibao’s car in woohan demanding stronger sentimental action viz the japan problem (ship hits ship etc).


  2. Wen Jiabao is too nice. Mao zhuxi was da maan. He’d either kill the Japanese, or the students.



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