Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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A 25. 'RED FLAG' ('HONG QI')

In continuous publication during and after the Cultural Revolution until publication ceased
in June 1988 when it was replaced by 'Seeking Truth'.

Editor-in-Chief Earliest
Latest
Chen Boda (1) x
May 58
Aug 70
p 1970, d 1989
( Wang Shu) x
Apr 77
May 78
Xiong Fu (2) x
Oct 78
Sep 87
Acting Editor-in-Chief
Su Xing x
Sep 87
Jun 88
Deputy Editors-in-Chief
Jiang Yun (3) x
Jul 81
May 82
Ke Lan x
Jun 86
Jun 88
Lin Xiaoxia Apr 82
May 82
Liu Zongzhuo May 77
May 82
Ma Zhongyang x
May 82
Jun 88
( Su Xing) x
May 84
Sep 87
( Wang Renzhi) x
May 82
Jan 87
Secretary-General
Lu Zhenchuan Jun 77
Jun 88
Economic Editor
( Su Xing) x
Apr 82
May 84
1.
Not formally identified in this position after the Cultural Revolution, but his continued high status until August 1970 and the failure to nominate an alternative would suggest he held this position until then.
2.
From 1963 until the Cultural Revolution, a leading official in a department of the Central Committee.
3.
From 1964 to 1968 alternate secretary Ningxia CPC secretariat.

A 26. CENTRAL COMMITTEE HISTORY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Established in May 1982 and abolished in August 1988.

Director Earliest
Latest
Hu Sheng x
May 82
Aug 88

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