Chongqing came to international prominence again in the late 1930s when Chiang Kaishek moved his government inland following the Japanese invasion of eastern China. Chongqing's engagement with globalization began with the development of an internationally-oriented economic and industrial strategy. A period of some political uncertainty following the demise of Bo Xilai was at least temporarily put to an end when Xi Jinping visited the city at the beginning of January 2016 and affirmed Chongqing's approach to economic development. A major policy announced for Chongqing was the establishment on 18 June 2010 of the Liangjiang New Area, the third 'new area' to be approved nationally after Shanghai Pudong and Tianjin Binhai. Chongqing was becoming a key location for national policy pilots, as well as for initiatives developed at the local level, such as the move into trade processing and logistics connectivity across Eurasia, as well as plans by Huang to develop Chongqing into a cloud computing centre from 2010 onwards.