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

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Museum
Director
Zhang Boju(4) Mar 82
d 1982
Research Office
Deputy Director
( Liao Gailong) x
Nov 81
May 82
1.
From 1958 to 1966 president PLA Political College.
2.
From 1964 to 1968 secretary Shaanxi CPC secretariat.
3.
From 1958 to 1963 vice-minister Chemicals Industry.
4.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.

A 28. CENTRAL COMMITTEE ADVISORY COMMISSION

Established in September 1982 as a body aimed at removing elderly veterans from
executive political responsibilities. Abolished by the 14th CPC Congress in October 1992.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
Deng Xiaoping x
Sep 82
Oct 87
Chen Yun x
Oct 87
Oct 92
Vice-Chairmen
Bo Yibo x
Sep 82
Oct 92
Li Weihan x
Sep 82
Aug 84
d 1984
Song Renqiong x
Sep 85
Oct 92
Tan Zhenlin x
Sep 82
Sep 83
d 1983
Wang Zhen x
Sep 85
Oct 87
d 1993
Xu Shiyou x
Sep 82
Oct 85
d 1985
Standing Committee
Chen Pixian x
Oct 87
Oct 92
Chen Xilian x
Sep 82
Oct 92
Cheng Zihua x
Sep 82
Mar 91
d 1991
Duan Junyi x
Sep 82
Oct 92
Fu Zhong x
Sep 82
Sep 85
d 1989
Geng Biao x
Sep 82
Oct 92
He Changgong x
Sep 82
Sep 85
d 1987
Hu Qiaomu x
Oct 87
Sep 92
d 1992
Huang Hua x
Oct 87
Oct 92

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