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CCP Congress: what will Xi do next?

What's it like to attend the Chinese Communist Party’s most important political meeting? Our correspondent, who was at the opening of the 20th National Congress, explains what it was like and what we might learn about Xi Jinping’s plans for China's future in the coming days

00:00 - What is the Chinese Communist Party congress?
00:38 - Our correspondent’s journey
01:50 - Xi Jinping's speech
02:55 - What else is on the agenda?

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