Saturday, August 31, 2013

Li Keqiang the Chinese Premier

Li Keqiang's hand reveals extraordinary leadership ability; the ability to handle people and get the most out of them. His hand also shows an ambitious disposition and immense self-confidence as well as the ability to lead others. It shows the capability to rule and manage people without appearing to be a tyrant.  Of course, this can be said with confidence not just by looking at one sign, but because overall, his hand is good. 

Brilliant leadership cannot be determined by just one sign on the hand. A hand with chained lines or a short thumb will negate any good effects of other signs. A leader needs to have a clear mind backed by a strong, determined and goal-oriented personality which can connect with others.

The shape of Li Keqiang’s hand is a good one. He has a large broad hand with fingers of medium length (neither too short nor too long), a good thumb and well-developed mounts. The mounts of Venus, Mars and Moon are the most developed mounts. The fingers are proportionate to each other and so are the phalanges. The third phalanges are a little thick, however. The lines are fairly long and more straight than curved, and also balanced with each other. The thumb is a good length, and again, with a good balance of the first and second phalanges. The fingers have rounded tips, but the Jupiter (index) finger has a distinct conic tip.  He appears to have two headlines, well overlapped with each other and the second one starts on the Jupiter mount. The headline improves as it goes forward. 

Li Keqiang portraitCheck out a hand photos of Li Keqiang here.

No doubt his hand shows a personality with the ability to be a brilliant leader. He has the warmth of personality to connect with others, and the aggression and mental strength to control and lead them. He is also a man with strong willpower, and will not budge from his position easily. He has the self-confidence and strength to carry on in the face of opposition. He also has a straightforward approach to solving problems and is an original thinker. Honour and idealism are both a part of his personality. In fact, idealism is a very strong trait with him and he could clash with others on this.

The drawbacks of his personality are that he can be short-tempered and moody and yes, there is a certain not so pleasant side to him.

Interestingly, in Li Keqiang’s case, the first headline is tightly bound to the lifeline and then it rises up to join the second headline. As this sign is not visible on the left passive hand, it is very likely that there were some restrictive circumstances in Li Keqiang’s life, either financial or parental and it was only around the mid-twenties that he managed to get over it. Whatever these circumstances were, they were a dampener on his inherently brilliant personality. It was an inbuilt strength of character which made him rise above the circumstances and fulfil his potential.

It is very likely that he carries some emotional baggage from his past and this could have an effect on his personality.

You might also like to read the personality readings of Xi Jinping, the Chinese President or Wen Jiabao, the Chinese Premier, or about the great Chinese businessman, Jack Ma.

Or maybe you might find The Dalai Lama's hand analysis very interesting or you can check out other hand readings on all famous people from China, whose personalities have been analysed on this blog.

Or why not try the label Heads of State to read character sketches of leaders from all over the world or perhaps you might find your favourite politician under the label: Politicians.

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  1. The Chinese political system is very complex to understand! Wiki says that he is the no. 2 person in China - Well, that's something! It's not surprising that he has leadership qualities, but is there anyway to determine if people will abuse their power, later on?

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  2. Yes it is possible, but one cannot get such a clear picture of his hand. With a clear print, this can be told to some extent.

  3. This reading can not be authenticated unless until supported by the prints of of the subject. Always give the hand prints of both hands.

  4. No hand photos are published here, as I do not own any photos. Those who publish photos which do not belong to them are doing something illegal. It is all about doing something ethical and legal. Just because I can get away with it does not mean I will do it.
    I do provide links to public photographs.
    That said, I do check both hands but do not usually provide a link to the passive hand. There is no need really because these images are found on the web fairly easily. However, from now on I will certainly consider providing the link to the passive hand if I find a decent photograph to link it to.


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