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Friday, 15 November, 2002, 08:29 GMT
Quiz: China's Communist leaders
China's Communist Party has unveiled a new leadership, with Vice-President Hu Jintao named as party chief. Test your knowledge of Chinese leaders past and present with BBC News Online's quiz.

What is the favourite dance of China’s new leader, Hu Jintao?
A: The foxtrot
B: The tango
C: The soft shoe shuffle
Which of these is not a genuine Chinese political campaign?
A: The three represents
B: The white and expert road of 'three divorces'
C: The three welcome mats for political reform
Which of these songs is Jiang Zemin known to enjoy singing?
A: I'm Still Standing
B: Love Me Tender
C: Descendants of the Dragon
Which of the following is not a quotation of Mao Zedong's?
A: "Politics is war without bloodshed, while war is politics with bloodshed"
B: “Revolution is not a dinner party”
C: “It doesn’t matter if the cat is black or white, so long as it catches mice”
The Communist Party's congress was held in the Great Hall of the People. Which senior Chinese leader worked on its construction as a carpenter?
A: Li Ruihuan
B: Li Peng
C: Li Changchun
Who earned the nickname of "white boned demon", and why?
A: Jiang Qing, Mao Zedong's wife, for her role in the Cultural Revolution
B: Chris Patten, ex-governor of Hong Kong, for introducing limited democracy
C: Chen Shui-bian, President of Taiwan, for threatening a referendum on independence
Which senior leader is rumoured to spend his evenings with expensive bottles of Scotch Whisky?
A: Luo Gan, head of security services
B: Wen Jiabao, expected to run the economy
C: Hu Jintao
What of these places has Jiang Zemin not swum in?
A: Dead Sea
B: Bohai Sea, northern China
C: The Taiwan Strait
In 1988 Hu Jintao was given the task of running Tibet? What reason did he give for spending little time there?
A: He does not like high altitudes
B: He is agoraphobic
C: He is afraid of yaks
Zeng Qinghong is set to become one of China’s top leaders. To what in particular does he owe his rapid rise?
A: He is a “princeling”, the son of eminent Communist Party parents
B: He has run the Party’s organisation department, keeping files on every leader
C: He has been Jiang Zemin’s henchman, orchestrating the fall from power of several rivals

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