Meet the Men Who Will Rule China

The new Politburo Standing Committee was unveiled at Beijing's Great Hall of the People on Thursday. A look at the men who made the cut, and those who were passed over.

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Ideautistic
Ideautistic

your writing says a lot abut the credibility of Time overall....gj on writing something which you hardly understand....

noisia234
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This sounds like a piece that would be written as wartime American propaganda. How can you even call this journalism? Just a pile of biased steaming rubbish

CaseyChenier
CaseyChenier

I find some of your wording not to be as unbiased as i would like.  Please consider that Chinese people read your comments and might find the adjectives used somewhat unsettling.   I don't mean to be negative but to give a positive critical reminder that news should be unbiased.  

mingw0529
mingw0529

@CaseyChenier I'm Chinese. Cannot agree with you more.

jackinbox
jackinbox

As an old TIMEer, I can tell you it was never unbiased. It is more fun that way, especially with little Hannah turning it into a version of Washington TIMEs.

CaseyChenier
CaseyChenier

@jackinbox 

I guess i was reading this with the intent of being educated not entertained.  Thanks for your reply.  I am at work and maybe being too analytical.  

Opragus
Opragus

it was an era of an scholar-bureaucrat by which indicates the  man of great wisdom often appears slow-witted. Hu's personal pattern will eventually be marked by the huge changes of China in the past decade instead of journalists' buzzwords