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Rebellion and Factionalism in a Chinese Province: Zhejiang, 1966-1976

By Keith Forster | Go to book overview

Appendix
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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