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Xi Jinping Biceps Height Weight Age Wiki Net Worth, Affairs, Marriage, Wife, Children, Family Biography & much more. Xi Jinping (born 15 June 1953) is a Chinese politician who has been serving as General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) since 2012 and President of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) since 2013. Xi has been the paramount leader of China, the most prominent political leader in China, since 2012. He is ranked among the most powerful people in the world.

The son of Chinese Communist veteran Xi Zhongxun, he was exiled to rural Yanchuan County as a teenager following his father’s purge during the Cultural Revolution and lived in a Yaodong in the village of Liangjiahe, where he joined the CCP and worked as the party secretary. After studying chemical engineering at Tsinghua University as a “Worker-Peasant-Soldier student”, Xi rose through the ranks politically in China’s coastal provinces. Xi was Governor of Fujian from 1999 to 2002, before becoming Governor and Party Secretary of neighboring Zhejiang from 2002 to 2007. Following the dismissal of the Party Secretary of Shanghai, Chen Liangyu, Xi was transferred to replace him for a brief period in 2007. He subsequently joined the Politburo Standing Committee of the CCP and served as first secretary of the Central Secretariat in October 2007. In 2008, he was designated as Hu Jintao’s presumed successor as paramount leader; to that end, Xi was appointed Vice President of the People’s Republic of China and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission. He officially received the title of “leadership core” from the CCP in 2016. Xi has also been a member of the 17th, 18th, 19th CCP Politburo Standing Committee since 2007. In 2018, he abolished presidential term limits.

Xi is the first CCP General Secretary born after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China. Since assuming power, Xi has introduced far-ranging measures to enforce party discipline and to impose internal unity. His anti-corruption campaign has led to the downfall of prominent incumbent and retired CCP officials, including a member of the Politburo Standing Committee. He has also enacted or promoted a more assertive foreign policy, particularly with regard to China–Japan relations, China’s claims in the South China Sea, and its advocacy for free trade and globalization. He has sought to expand China’s African and Eurasian influence through the Belt and Road Initiative.

Xi has often been described as a dictator or an authoritarian leader by political and academic observers, citing an increase of censorship and mass surveillance, a deterioration in human rights including the internment of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, the cult of personality developing around him, and the removal of term limits for the leadership under his tenure. Xi’s political thoughts have been incorporated into the party and national constitutions. As the central figure of the fifth generation of leadership of the People’s Republic, Xi has significantly centralised institutional power by taking on a wide range of leadership positions, including chairing the newly formed National Security Commission, as well as new steering committees on economic and social reforms, military restructuring and modernization, and the Internet.

On 11 November 2021, the CCP declared Xi’s ideology the “essence of Chinese culture”. This is the third fundamental resolution of the Chinese Communist Party since its inception. The first resolution was adopted in 1945 to increase and ratify the power of Mao Zedong, and the second was adopted under Deng Xiaoping. The decision to issue one under Xi symbolically raises him to the same level of prestige as Mao and Deng.

Early Life and Education

Xi Jinping was born in Beijing on 15 June 1953, the second son of Xi Zhongxun and his wife Qi Xin. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 by Mao Zedong, Xi’s father held a series of posts, including Party propaganda chief, vice-premier, and Vice-Chairperson of the National People’s Congress. Xi had two older sisters, Qiaoqiao, born in 1949 and An’an (安安; Ān’ān), born in 1952. Xi’s father was from Fuping County, Shaanxi, and Xi could further trace his patrilineal descent from Xiying in Dengzhou, Henan.

Xi went to the Beijing No. 25 School, and then Beijing Bayi School, in the 1960s. He became friends with Liu He, who attended Beijing No. 101 School in the same district, who later became China’s vice-premier and a close advisor to Xi after he became China’s paramount leader. In 1963, when he was age 10, his father was purged from the CCP and sent to work in a factory in Luoyang, Henan. In May 1966, the Cultural Revolution cut short Xi’s secondary education when all secondary classes were halted for students to criticise and fight their teachers. Student militants ransacked the Xi family home and one of Xi’s sisters, Xi Heping, committed suicide from the pressure. Later, his mother was forced to publicly denounce his father, as he was paraded before a crowd as an enemy of the revolution. His father was later thrown into prison in 1968 when Xi was aged 15. Without the protection of his father, Xi was sent to work in Liangjiahe Village, Wen’anyi, Yanchuan County, Yan’an, Shaanxi, in 1969 in Mao Zedong’s Down to the Countryside Movement. He worked as the party secretary of Liangjiahe, where he lived in a cave house. After a few months, unable to stand rural life, he ran away to Beijing. He was arrested during a crackdown on deserters from the countryside and sent to a work camp to dig ditches, but later returned to the village, spending a total of seven years there.

The misfortunes and suffering of his family in his early years hardened Xi’s view of politics. During an interview in 2000, he said, “People who have little contact with power, who are far from it, always see these things as mysterious and novel. But what I see is not just the superficial things: the power, the flowers, the glory, the applause. I see the bullpens and how people can blow hot and cold. I understand politics on a deeper level.” The bullpens was a reference to Red Guards’ detention houses during the Cultural Revolution.

After being rejected seven times, Xi joined the Communist Youth League of China in 1971 by befriending a local official. He reunited with his father in 1972, because of a family reunion ordered by Premier Zhou Enlai. From 1973, he applied to join the Chinese Communist Party ten times and was finally accepted on his tenth attempt in 1974.

From 1975 to 1979, Xi studied chemical engineering at Beijing’s Tsinghua University as a “Worker-Peasant-Soldier student”. The engineering majors there spent about 15 percent of their time studying Marxism–Leninism–Mao Zedong thought and 5 percent of their time doing farm work and “learning from the People’s Liberation Army”.

Xi Jinping Biceps Size Height Weight Body Measurements


His Real NameXi jinping
ProfessionPolitical person and businessman
height in m180cm
Height in cm1.8m
Also height in feet inches5 feet 11 inches
Weight in kgUnknown
weight in IBSUnknown
His Heir colorBlack-brown
HaircutLitle style
Eye colorBlack
Body statementsUnknown
His date of BirthJune 15, 1953
Age (as of 2022)69 Years Old
His houseChinese birthplace
His Education, awards and qualification
Zodiac SignUnknown
School lifeBeijing 101 Middle School
CollegeTsinghua University in 1998-2002
and Universityand Tsinghua versity 1975-79
Educational qualificationHonors
Awards, HonorsGrand Cordon of the Order of Leopold – Belgium on 30 March 2013, Order of Jose Marti Cuba” on 22 July 2014, “Saudi Arabia” Order of Abdulaziz al Saud on 19 January 2016, Grand Collar of the Star of Palestine Palestine” on 18 June 2017.
starting times of businessUnknown
food habitchicken fry
Last awardsUnited Arab Emirates order of the Zayed on 20 July 2018
Websitenot known
Jinping wife, girlfriend, net worth, salary, family and favorite things
His father nameXi Zhongxiun
And brother nameXi Yuanping, Xi Qianping, Xi Heping
Mother nameQi Xin
Sister nameQi Qiaogiao and Xi An’an
Marital StatusMarried
wife name first wifeand Ke Lingling date 1979-1982.
Marriage datefast wife date 1979-1982. and then second wife Peng Liyuan marriage in 1987
girlfriendKe Lingling she was past girlfriend
Children1 daughter
DaughterDaughter: Xi Mingze
world top10 th richest man
His earning systemfrom business and politics
Income sourceBusiness and politics
Religion nameUnknown
HobbiesListening to music, Swimming
Net worth$1.51 billion in Gbp ($1.2 billion)
Is Niguez smokerNo
Drinking AlcoholNo
His favorite things
favorite colorGray
Favorite footballerRonaldo
favorite animalsDog
Favorite subjectEnglish
And favorite gamescricket
Favorite booksQuran
favorite speakerPutin
first met with Ahmed Deedatin 1987, he met Islamic preacher Ahmed Deedat and got influenced very much.
Xi Jinping’s family photo in 1959. /CCTV

Personal life


Xi Jinping, Peng Liyuan and U.S. President Barack Obama in the Lincoln Bedroom
Xi was initially married to 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.

In 1987, Xi married the prominent Chinese folk singer Peng Liyuan. 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 Chinese Communist Party, 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.


Peng described Xi as hardworking and down-to-earth: “When he comes home, I’ve never felt as if there’s some leader in the house. In my eyes, he’s just my husband.” Xi was described in a 2011 The Washington Post article by those who know him as “pragmatic, serious, cautious, hard-working, down to earth and low-key”. He was described as a good hand at problem-solving and “seemingly uninterested in the trappings of high office”. He is known to love U.S. films such as Saving Private Ryan, The Departed and The Godfather. He is also a fan of HBO television series Game of Thrones, watching a condensed version due to tight schedules. Xi furthermore praised the independent film-maker Jia Zhangke. His favourite American author is Jack London. He also likes playing football, mountain climbing, walking, volleyball and swimming. He once said that he would swim one kilometer and walk every day as long as there was time.

Public image

Xi Jinping is widely popular in China. According to a 2014 poll co-sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Xi ranked 9 out of 10 in domestic approval ratings. A YouGov poll released in July 2019 found that 22% of Chinese people list Xi as the person they admire the most.

In 2017, The Economist named him the most powerful person in the world. In 2018, Forbes ranked him as the most powerful and influential person in the world, replacing Russian President Vladimir Putin who had been ranked so for five consecutive years.

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