Xi Jinping News: Xi Jinping reportedly suffers from 'brain aneurysm'

It is reported that he would rather be treated with Chinese medicine than surgery, which can soften the blood vessels and shrink the aneurysm.
Recently, there has been speculation about Xi’s health as he has avoided meeting with foreign leaders since the outbreak of COVID-19 until the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Earlier in March 2019, during Xi’s visit to Italy, he was observed to have an abnormal gait and a noticeable limp, and later on the same visit in France, he was seen seeking support as he tried to sit down.
Likewise, in a public speech in Shenzhen in October 2020, his delay in showing up, his slow speech, and his coughing frenzy reignited speculation that he was in poor health.
The reports come as China’s economy is under severe pressure due to rising oil and gas prices, supply chain disruptions caused by the conflict in Ukraine, and strict enforcement of a zero-coronavirus policy.
As China’s president enters a historic third term, China has tactically decided to temporarily stop focusing on “shared prosperity”, punish tech giants, and instead rush to stabilize the pressure on the economy.
On the eve of the upcoming 20th party congress, the Communist Party of China (CCP) is strategically moving away from its “co-prosperity” policy as the country does not want to be a less attractive market for investors as the economy slows , because according to the report.
As Xi prepares to get re-elected for a third five-year term later this year, he has attempted to portray China as more prosperous, influential, and stable under his rule.
Officials in the country, who until a few months ago were touting a new era of “shared prosperity”, penalizing tech giants and wealthy celebrities, have now shifted their focus to keeping the economy stable and growing.
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Post time: May-12-2022