I was recently at a dinner with the Chinese president and the president of the World Economic Forum.
The two of us had spent a few days together with President Xi Jinping, who is a very interesting guy.
The president had told me that his father had been killed in the first Gulf War.
He had said that his grandfather, Deng Xiaoping, was also killed.
His father was the president who, along with his brother Deng Yu, led the Communist Party to victory in the Second World War.
When I asked Xi Jinping about his father, he told me, “I don’t want to talk about the past.
I want to go back to the future.”
He seemed to me to be the reincarnation of Deng Xiaopis father.
Xi Jinping was then at the time a political novice.
He was not yet fully politically mature.
And when he was asked about his mother, Xi Jinping told me he was not proud of his mother.
He told me about how she had never liked him, but she was always with him.
His mother had always been proud of him.
He didn’t really have any children.
He wanted to have a good family, and to be able to say, “We did it.
We took on the tiger.”
I said, “How old are you now?”
He said, not very old.
He said he was 25.
I asked, “You are still in your early 20s?”
He responded, “No, I’m 28.”
The next day, when I asked him about his family, Xi Xi said, I’ve never known anyone who has a great family.
He has always been a big believer in family, in family ties, in the family being strong.
I said to him, “Your family is a bit more complex.”
He said that’s not the point.
He loves his family.
I told him, how is that possible?
He said: I’m a good person, and I want people to know that.
He’s a big supporter of his family and his friends.
I just told him: You’ve always been this way.
You’ve never been bad or anything.
He replied, “Not bad.
I’ve always done what’s right.”
I asked about the Chinese government.
He continued, “There are so many people in China that are in a good place.
They’ve been so kind to me, and they’re not hurting me.
The Chinese government is a great place to be.
They’re doing great things.
It’s a great country.”
He continued to tell me that he doesn’t have any political ambitions, but he thinks the Chinese people should be able go on making their own choices, and he would like to be a part of that.
His next question was about a recent trip he took to Beijing.
The first thing he asked me was: How is it that the Chinese economy is growing so fast?
I told the president that China has grown more and more economically efficient over the last couple of decades.
I pointed out that China is the second-largest economy in the world, and it’s growing by more than 50 percent a year.
The U.S. is now the world’s largest economy.
He responded: You have a lot of good news.
The economy is doing better than it was in the ’90s.
And China is expanding.
It is becoming more prosperous.
I also pointed out the fact that the U.K. has also grown more prosperous than it did in the early ’90st.
Xi Xi smiled and said, It’s true.
I can tell you that he knows about China.
He knows about his country.
He feels the same way about China, and the same thing about China’s economy.
What Xi Jinping says, the Chinese state has to listen to.
The country needs to hear him.
So I told Xi Xi that when he speaks, it has to be clear.
He smiled and replied, I don’t know what you’re talking about.
I tried to make the point that the fact is, I didn’t do it to hurt him.
I had no idea what he was talking about and I don’s China.
I wasn’t there to hurt.
I was there to help.
He is very smart, and as soon as he heard my message, he immediately understood it.
I left the dinner with a very positive impression.
I thought he was going to be very helpful.
He thanked me for bringing this up, and said that he’d talk to him later.
When it came to China, Xi is very interested in the U, U. S., and the Chinese economic situation.
He will be very interested to see if U.s.
President Donald Trump is going to help the Chinese market.
He thinks that if Trump is successful, Xi will be successful too.
He believes that China’s economic situation is improving and that the China-U.S.-U.K.-China relationship is on a solid footing.
He also believes that