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"The Hopes of President Xi", also known as "To Be an Upright Man for a Lifetime", is a song written by Chinese leader Xi Jinping[1][2] and composed by Yanhui Jiang (姜延辉).[2]

The song is sung by detainees in the Xinjiang internment camps.[1]

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  1. ^ a b 走進中國新疆的「思想轉化營」- BBC News 中文 (in English and Simplified Chinese). BBC News. 18 June 2019. Event occurs at 7:09. Retrieved 29 December 2019 – via YouTube.
  2. ^ a b "歌曲《习主席寄语》爆红朋友圈 歌词源自习近平给青年人的寄语". 中国青年网. 2015-01-26. Archived from the original on 2016-11-11. Retrieved 2016-11-11. 该曲的作曲人姜延辉在接受中国青年网的采访时说:"我感觉,其实这首歌就是习近平一生的写照,他当过农民,在最基层干过,经历过非常难的时期。他能做得这么好就是因为他有正确坚定的信念,人这一辈子都会做错事,尽量避免做傻事,坚决不能做坏事,堂堂正正一辈子。这些话都是他发自内心的,自然流露出来的。"