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Child moons China's premier-to-be

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State media coverage of a routine visit to a home by China's incoming premier Li Keqiang has become a colourful Internet sensation after a boy appeared on camera half-naked. 

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang emerges in the number two spot of the party's powerful Politburo Standing Committee, the nation's top decision-making body, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on November 15, 2012. State media coverage of a routine visit to a home by China's incoming premier Li Keqiang has become a colourful Internet sensation after a boy appeared on camera half-naked.

Internet users were on Thursday circulating the CCTV state television footage from the northern city of Baotou, cheering the rare unplanned blip in usually staid government-controlled coverage of officials' tightly scripted trips.

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