Removed from post because the newspaper was seen as over-sympathetic
to the students in the demonstrations of 1989.
First identified in this position after the Cultural Revolution in May 1976.
Demoted as a result of the 'Tian An Men Incident'.
From 1960 to 1966 secretary All-China Journalists Association.
From 1957 to 1966 Editor-in-Chief of this newspaper. In May 1977 identified
as a cadre in an unspecified Central Committee department, and from April 1980
secretary Guangdong CPC committee.
Ordered to retire as a result of the 'Tian An Men Incident'.
A 12. 'PARTY BUILDING' ('DANG JIAN')
Commenced publication in July 1990
| Dai Zhou ||
A 13. 'SEEKING TRUTH' ('QIU SHI')
Commenced publication in June 1988, replacing 'Red Flag'
| Editor-in-Chief ||Earliest||Latest|
( Su Xing) ||
| You Lin ||
| Li Kan ||
| Deputy Editors-in-Chief |
| Ke Lan ||
| Liu Yili ||
| Ma Zhongyang ||
| Su Shuangbi ||
| Wu Jianguo ||
|Culture and Education Department |
( Ding Zhenhai) ||
| Deputy Director |
| Li Xia ||
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Book title: Directory of Officials and Organizations in China:A Quarter-Century Guide.
Contributors: Malcolm Lamb - Author.
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe.
Place of publication: Armonk, NY.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: 67.
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