Xi Jinping gets memorable third term. Presently, China's most powerful person

Xi Jinping, (born June 15, 1953, Fuping county, Shaanxi province, China), 

 who served as vice president of the People’s Republic of China (2008–13), general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP; 2012– ), and president of China (2013– ).

Xi Jinping was the son of Xi Zhongxun, who once served as deputy prime minister of China and was an early comrade-in-arms of Mao Zedong

In 1974 Xi became an official party member, serving as a branch secretary, and the following year he began attending Beijing’s Tsinghua University, 

After graduation in 1979, he worked for 3 years as secretary to Geng Biao, who was then minister of national defense in the central Chinese government.

In 1999 Xi became acting governor of Fujian, and he became governor the following year.

He held both the deputy secretarial and governing posts until 2002

2008 he was elected vice president of China. On March 14, 2013, he was elected president of China by the National People’s Congress. 

National People’s Congress (NPC) in March 2018. During the same legislative session, the NPC also passed other amendments to the constitution, including one that abolished term limits for the country’s president and vice president; this change would allow Xi to remain in office beyond 2023,