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

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PLA cadre.
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World champion table tennis player. In 1976 linked with the 'Gang of Four'.
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In October 1981 identified political commissar Guangzhou Military Region.
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Champion table tennis player.
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From April 1985 deputy political commissar Beijing Military Region.
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First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in July 1978.
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First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in March 1971.
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From 1952 to 1967 vice-president All-China Sports Federation.
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In August 1979 identified deputy commander Shanghai Garrison.
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In January 1981 identified deputy political commissar Jiangsu Military District.
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Inactive between December 1974 and March 1977.
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Previously head coach National Women's Volleyball team.
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First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in May 1970.
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World champion high jumper.
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Son of Mu Chengkuan.
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So identified in his NCNA obituary.
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Former coach National Gymnastics team.
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This group was abolished in July 1972.

C 11. STATE PLANNING COMMISSION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.In April 1988 the
commission absorbed many of the functions of the State Economic Commission.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Yu Qiuli) (1) x
Oct 72
Oct 80
( Yao Yilin) x
Oct 80
Jun 83
( Song Ping) x
Jun 83
Jul 87
Yao Yilin x
Jul 87
Dec 89
Zou Jiahua(2) x
Dec 89
Mar 93
Chen Jinhua x
Mar 93
Frst Vice-Minister
( Song Ping) x
Mar 83
Jun 83
Vice-Ministers
( Chai Shufan) x
Jul 81
May 82
Chen Guangjian x
Feb 88
Chen Xian(3) x
May 82
Jul 86
( Ding Guan'gen) x
Aug 88
Nov 90
Duan Yun(4) x
Oct 73
May 82
Fan Muhan x
Sep 84
Fang Weizhong x
Mar 78
Fu Zihe Sep 80
May 82
d 1984

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