Xi Jinping has been chosen as the new leader of China - a country where change is not just wanted but needed.
China unveiled its new leader - a man who spent seven years in a cave-like house learning "the communist way".
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping reappeared on Saturday and attended an exhibition at China Agricultural University.
Chinese state Xinhua News Agency have confirmed Xi Jinping has become the new leader of China by securing the Communist Party's party general secretary top spot.
The day has dawned, China's new leaders will walk on stage at approximately 11.00 am, no great surprise expected - but is it a new dawn for China?
Sources tell ITV News that the Chinese vice president and president in waiting Xi Jinping is expected to appear in public tomorrow for the first time in public for two weeks.
China's 'president-in-waiting' Xi Jinping is 'recovering well' from a bad back, and could make a public appearance as early as Saturday, Reuters have reported.