|Born||27 June 1992|
|Alma mater||Hangzhou Foreign Language School
|Relatives||Xi Jinping (father)
Peng Liyuan (mother)
Xi Mingze, (simplified Chinese: 习明泽; traditional Chinese: 習明澤; pinyin: Xí Míngzé; born 27 June 1992; nicknamed Xiao Muzi (小木子)),  is the only child and daughter of Chinese Leader Xi Jinping,  and folk singer Peng Liyuan. 
Life and career
She worked in disaster relief for the May floods and is described as interested in reading and fashion. In 2008, Xi went to Hanwang, Sichuan, which was devastated by the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, to serve as a volunteer for seven days.
From 2006 to 2008, she studied French at her high school, Hangzhou Foreign Language School. Xi enrolled at Harvard University, as a freshman in 2010 after a year of undergraduate study at Zhejiang University, in May or the autumn of 2010 under a pseudonym. At Harvard, Xi maintained a low profile. She graduated in 2014 and has since returned to China.
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