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

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B 6. STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE'S POLITICAL
CONSULTATIVE CONFERENCE (CPPCC)

Members identified since October 1968, however there are no records of meetings between
January 1965 and December 1977. This listing is inclusive of all members of the 4th
CPPCC Standing Committee who were identified between October 1968 and March 1978
as well as members of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Standing Committees.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
Mao Zedong x
Jan 65
Sep 76
d 1976
Chairman
Zhou Enlai x
Jan 65
Jan 76
d 1976
Deng Xiaoping x
Mar 78
Jun 83
(f) Deng Yingchao x
Jun 83
Apr 88
d 1992
Li Xiannian x
Apr 88
Jun 92
d 1992
Li Ruihuan x
Mar 93
Vice-Chairmen
An Zijie x
Mar 93
Ba Jin x
Jun 83
Burhan Shahidi x
Sep 80
Apr 88
d 1989
Chen Yi x
Jan 65
Jan 72
d 1972
Chen Zaidao x
Jun 83
Apr 88
d 1993
( Cheng Siyuan) x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Cheng Zihua x
Sep 80
Apr 88
d 1991
Deng Zhaoxiang (1) x
Jun 83
Deng Zihui x
Jan 65
Dec 72
d 1972
Ding Guangxun x
Mar 89
Dong Qiwu x
Apr 88
Mar 89
d 1989
Dong Yinchu x
Mar 93
Fang Yi x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Fei Xiaotong x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Fu Zuoyi (2) x
Jan 65
Apr 74
d 1974
Gu Mu x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Guo Moruo x
Mar 78
Jun 78
d 1978
Hong Xuezhi x
Mar 90
Hou Jingru x
Mar 89
Hu Sheng x
Apr 88
Hu Yuzhi x
Jun 79
Jun 83
d 1986
Hu Zi'ang x
Mar 78
Nov 91
d 1991
Hua Luogeng x
Apr 85
Jun 85
d 1985
Huo Yingdong x
Mar 93
Ismail Amat x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Ji Fang x
Mar 78
Dec 87
d 1987
(f) Kang Keqing x
Mar 78
Apr 92
d 1992

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