BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF SELECTED PARTY AND MASS ORGANIZATION LEADERS OF ZHEJIANG
| BAI ZONGSHAN|
Commander, 5th Air Force (Unit 7350) stationed in Zhejiang.
| CAO XIANGREN|
Ambassador to Bulgaria, 1950-54; vice-minister, first ministry of machine building, 1955-59; secretary, CCP ZPC, June 1959-Cultural Revolution (CR); delegate to 4th NPC, 1975; early in 1967, revolutionary rebels from Red Storm (RS) marched on party provincial headquarters in Hangzhou demanding that Cao be handed over.
| CHAI QIKUN|
PLA naval cadre with rank of major-general; prior to CR director political department, East China fleet ( 1958); responsible person, naval units in Shanghai ( 1964); chairman, Ningbo district revolutionary committee, 1969-?; deputy-secretary CCP ZPC, 1971-75; absent from political scene, May 1972- March 1973; prominent in campaign against Lin Biao and Confucius; disappeared after July 1975 rearrangement of Zhejiang leadership.
| CHEN BING|
Director, CCP ZPC propaganda department, 1957-CR; member, standing committee CCP ZPC April 1965-CR and head of its CR group, 1966; loyal and trusted lieutenant of Jiang Hua and one of the principal targets of United Headquarters (UH); member, standing committee CCP ZPC, 1972-77; reappointed director, CCP ZPC propaganda department 1976; transferred to Ningxia and later to Tianjin; presently living in retirement in Hangzhou.
| CHEN LIYUN|
Prior to liberation, cadre in 29th corps, 3rd Field Army (FA); transferred to 4th Air Corps 1950; rank of senior colonel?; political commissar 21st division airforce fighters (); political commissar 5th Air Force 1966- 1971; 1st vice-chairman ZPRC, 1968-71; secretary CCP ZPC, 1971; alternate member 9th CCP CC; purged and arrested as sworn follower of Lin Biao in Zhejiang.
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Publication information: Book title: Rebellion and Factionalism in a Chinese Province:Zhejiang, 1966-1976. Contributors: Keith Forster - Author. Publisher: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.. Place of publication: Armonk, NY. Publication year: 1990. Page number: 308.