Xi Jinping’s Whereabouts Still Unknown
Where is Xi Jinping, the presumptive new leader of Chinese
Communist Party (CCP)?
Over the past week, Xi’s whereabouts became public focus.
On Sept.12th , Hong Lei, the Foreign Ministry spokesman still
had not given further comments but simply said that no related news can be released.
On 11th, journalists asked if Xi is still alive? Hong Lei didn’t
answer but told reporters they were only allowed to raise serious questions.
Hong Kong media: Xi Jinping Healthy and Promoting Political Reform
For Xi’s whereabouts and his health issue,
there is no official announcement.
However, Hong Kong’s electronic magazine iSunaffairs
published an article on Sept. 12th saying Xi Jinping is healthy, has secured power and will promote political reform.
iSunaffairs exclusive reported that, from direct or indirect
information learnt from Xi’s relatives, Xi is healthy and
controls the overall situation. He is engaging in the preparation
of the 18th National Congress and planning the political reform.
The reason for disappearing from the public and
meeting with Foreign diplomas was his own decision.
However, outsiders had their own interpretation.
The report also said that they had seen Xi’s relative’s
text message: “everything is fine, don’t worry."
The report said that received sources proved:"On Sept.7,
Reuters including overseas major media reported
Xi met with Hu Deping and stressed speed of
the political reform; this news is reliable.”
Also,"From the change of General Office Director
to Xi and Hu Jintao’s conversation spreading,
shows that Xi has controlled the power with the
support of senior top leaders including military leaders."
The report said: “The 18th National Congress starts soon,
the political reform will happen unexpectedly fast,
economic reform will unexpectedly intensify."
Where are our patrol ships?
While media focus on the news of Xi Jinping’s disappearance,
China’s two patrol ships also disappeared.
Sources said that both patrol ships were speeding to
Diaoyu Islands (Senkaku Islands) on Sept.10th.
But Japanese coastguards haven’t found them yet.
On the afternoon of Sept.12th, Japanese coastguard told
Phoenix TV that
they confirmed Chinese patrol ships were near Diaoyu Islands
but at a distance, didn’t enter Japanese water, nor the public water zone.
In addition, patrol ships had gone in the opposite direction.
Although Xinhua News Agency rewrote the news of missing
patrol ships they just deleted the destination of the ships.
It still reported that China’s patrol ships arrived at Diaoyu
Islands on Sept.11th .
Taiwan Central News Agency said that Xinhua’s move
suddenly cooled down public emotion of Anti-Japanese.
However, the public are still quietly checking where the
patrol ships are.
This time, the Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said:
“China’s patrol ships will be in China’s water fulfilling their
duty.” Ironically, Hong Lei didn’t answer the question.
Netizens posted: “Before the patrol ships left they said will
oath sovereignty at the proper time."
“otherwise, what were you doing there?"
“This is Chinese Communist regime’s behavior, shameful!"