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

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C 10. STATE PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORTS COMMISSION

Re-commenced operations following the Cultural Revolution in June 1970.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Wang Meng (1) x
Sep 91
Oct 74
Zhuang Zedong (2) x
Jan 75
Oct 76
( Wang Meng) (3) x
Mar 77
Sep 81
Li Menghua x
Sep 81
Dec 88
Wu Shaozu x
Dec 88
First Vice-Minister
( Xu Yinsheng) (4) x
Mar 77
Jun 82
Vice-Ministers
Chen Peimin (5) x
Mar 77
May 82
Chen Xian x
Feb 82
Jun 85
He Zhenliang x
Jun 85
( Huang Zhong) (6) x
Oct 56
May 82
( Li Menghua) (7) x
Dec 60
Sep 81
Li Qingchuan x
Jun 70
May 82
Li Shubin x
Jul 81
May 82
Liu Ji x
May 91
Lu Jindong x
Jun 78
Jun 85
( Rong Gaotang) (8) x
Jul 79
Nov 81
Xu Cai x
Apr 82
Jun 85
Xu Yinsheng x
Jun 82
( Yao Xiaocheng) (9) Sep 72
Dec 74
Yin Zhongwei (10) Jul 78
May 82
Yu Buxue (11) x
Apr 72
Jan 81
Yuan Weimin (12) x
Nov 84
(f) Zhang Caizhen x
Jun 85
Zhao Zhenghong (13) x
Jul 61
Mar 77
Leading Members
( Cao Cheng) (1) Aug 70
Jul 71
( Huang Zhong) x
Sep 77
Jun 78
( Lu Jindong) x
Oct 75
May 78
( Ni Zhiqin) (14) x
Jan 75
May 77
(f) Tian Wenhui Mar 75
Nov 76
Wang Fuyong Dec 70
Oct 71
( Xu Yinsheng) x
Dec 76
Dec 76
( Yin Zhongwei) Mar 76
Jun 78
( Zhuang Zedong) x
Feb 71
Jan 75

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