New leaders of the Communist Party of China's (CPC's) Standing Committee were elected during the 18th National CPC Party Congress on November 15. These are the seven members of the Political Bureau of the CPC's Standing Committee. The political bureau is the leadership of the ruling party.

Xi Jinping
Profile: Man of the People, Statesman of Vision
Media reports remarked that Xi is a leader who brings a fresh breeze to the country's political life, unswervingly pushes forward reform and opening up, and is beginning to lead the Chinese nation in realizing the China Dream
Li Keqiang
Profile: A Man Who Puts People First
His toughness in advancing complex reforms, as well as his social warmth and scholarly temperament have made him a major figure in China's political arena
Zhang Dejiang
Profile: 'Always Bearing the People in Mind'
"Governing for the people" has been the principle Zhang has abided by ever since he began his political career
Yu Zhengsheng
Profile: A Reformer's Style
Yu Zhengsheng, in the eyes of his colleagues, is a man who does not follow routines
Liu Yunshan
Profile: Down-to-Earth Journalist Joins CPC Top Leadership
Liu's passion for ordinary people and communities has stayed with him over the years despite his transition in roles from a journalist to a senior official
Wang Qishan
Profile: Rise of a Troubleshooter
"He can do it" is many observers' comment when Wang Qishan takes up a challenging new mission to lead China's top discipline watchdog
Zhang Gaoli
Profile: From 'Poor Boy' to Political Figure
The story of Zhang, who has ascended step by step to top ranks, is a typical example of personal struggle in the Chinese political sphere
NO. 47, 2012
- A Strong Mandate
- Entrusted With a Mission
- New Guidelines
- Who's Who in the Party Leadership
- Web: Making a Difference
- Web: Students Report on National Issues
NO. 46, 2012
- Going Forward With Vigor
- Development Roadmap
- Presenting a Vision
- On a Confident Path
- The Middle-Income Kingdom
- Web: Thinking on the Bright Side
- Web: Better Environment, Better Life
NO. 45, 2012
- The Hopes of the People
- The Challenges Ahead
- More Diverse Representation
- A Decade of Dreams Fulfilled
- China's Upper Hand
- Web: Delegate Moms
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