BEIJING • For those reading the tea leaves on the future of China's leadership hierarchy, recent events offer fresh insights.
When Chongqing's Communist Party secretary Chen Min'er hosted Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat in the south-western Chinese city last month, Mr Chen's political star then seemed to be on the rise.
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