When Hu Jintao became president of China in 2003, very little was known about this enigmatic man. This biography helps unravel the mystery surrounding Jintao by exploring his rise from humble engineering student to powerful leader of the world's most populous country, and discussing what his rule means to the future of China and the world.
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