How to become a dictator, Bonus Episode: What next for China and Xi Jinping? | Podcast

How to become a dictator, bonus episode: what next for china and xi jinping? | podcast

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Chinese leader Xi Jinping has many names, but what do we really know about him? The Telegraph’s award-winning China Correspondent Sophia Yan is going to find out – but this might be her toughest assignment yet. Wish her luck.

In this bonus episode, we join Sophia Yan and the Telegraph’s Senior Foreign Correspondent Roland Oliphant as they explore how likely a conflict for Taiwan is, what we’ve learned from the G20 and how long Xi Jinping will really last.

We also catch up with Sophia about what life has been like since leaving China.

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