Xi Jinping’s family tree
Xi was married Hao Mingzhu from 1936 to 1944, the niece of revolutionary fighter Wu Daifeng, in Shaanxi. the couple had three children: one son, Xi Fuping (aka Xi Zhengning), and two daughters, Xi Heping, and Xi Ganping.
Xi Heping died during the Cultural Revolution due to persecution, which historians have concluded means that she most likely committed suicide under duress. Little is known about Xi Ganping, except that she was retired by 2013 and regularly appears at meetings of red princelings. Xi Zhengning, meanwhile, was a researcher in the Ministry of Defence but later pursued a bureaucratic career; he died in 1998. (wikipedia)
Xi’s older sister, Xi An’an, at some point left China for Canada, and as far as the professor knows, still resides there. Xi An’an’s husband was in the PLA, the professor said. Xi’s younger brother, Xi Yuanping, moved to Hong Kong when it was under British rule. (wikileaks)
Xi Mingze, nicknamed Xiao Muzi, is the only child of Chinese paramount leader and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping and operatic-style traditional singer Peng Liyuan.