File photo of a trainee walking pass a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai

 
File photo of a trainee walking pass a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai
A trainee walks pass a communist party logo as he attends a training course at the communist party school called China Executive Leadership Academy of Pudong in Shanghai, in this September 24, 2012 file photo. With China's economy slowing and public scrutiny of officials on the rise via social media, the party is likely to endorse deepening its training push when Hu passes the baton to new leaders at the 18th Party Congress, which is expected to be held as early as next month. China's cadre training system is run out of academies across the country, some focusing on practical aspects of 21st century communism such as handling the media and management skills, including role-play scenarios on how to manage a variety of crises from mass protests to train crashes. Picture taken September 24, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/Files