"Don't let pillow talk lead you down to corruption. Don't let your children engage in self-dealing using your name. Don't be dragged into muddy water by people around you," Xi warned.
Wang Yang, male, Han ethnicity, was born in March 1955 and is from Suzhou, Anhui province. He began his first job in June 1972 and joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in August 1975. He received a university education at the Central Party School, and holds a Master of Engineering degree.
He also spent time in Australia's Blue Mountains to get some experience on trails, wearing a mask that limits oxygen flow in a bid to replicate the high-altitude conditions that await him in the Himalayas.
An 850-square-meter area has been excavated, unearthing findings including the building ruins and a well.
A series of new anti-terrorism measures have been introduced since Chen Quanguo was appointed as Party secretary of Xinjiang in August 2016.
The dramatic trek to the base camp begins from Lukla - 140 kilometers east of Kathmandu - and follows an ancient trading route that once linked Nepal and China's Tibet autonomous region, taking hikers over a soaring pass before dropping down into the lush Khumjung valley.
BEIJING - China's national legislature underlined Party's leadership when summarizing its work over the past five years on Sunday.
A lost-and-found website he set up had also helped people around Hebei retrieve more than 600 lost items and find more than 50 missing people.