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

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Zhang Zhenhua Aug 85
1.
Previously director Broadcasting Research institute.
2.
Journalist.
3.
Previously director Gansu Propaganda department.
4.
Transferred from the Central Broadcasting Administration in May 1982.
5.
Sister of Ruan Chongwu.

D 27. MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

Restored in January 1975 with the division of the ministry of Communications.

Minister Earliest
Latest
( Wan Li) (1) x
Jan 75
Apr 76
( Duan Junyi) (2) x
Feb 77
Oct 78
Guo Weicheng(3) x
Nov 78
Jul 81
( Liu Jianzhang) x
Sep 81
May 82
Chen Puru x
May 82
Jun 85
Ding Guan'gen(4) x
Jun 85
Jan 88
Li Senmao x
Apr 88
Sep 92
Han Zhubin x
Sep 92
Acting Minister
( Liu Jianzhang) x
Jul 81
Sep 81
First Vice-Minister
( Li Senmao) x
Jan 84
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
Bu Ke Sep 78
May 82
( Deng Cunlun) (5) x
Oct 75
May 82
d 1991
Feng Bingjun Sep 81
May 82
Fu Zhihuan x
Jan 91
Geng Zhenlin x
Jun 80
May 82
Guo Lu(6) x
Jan 75
May 77
d 1989
( Guo Weicheng) x
Jul 77
Oct 78
Han Liping x
Sep 81
May 82
Li Guang May 78
May 82
Li Jiebo x
Aug 78
May 82
d 1987
Li Kefei Oct 81
84
( Li Senmao) (7) x
May 82
Jan 84
Li Xuan x
May 82
Liao Shiquan(8) Oct 78
May 82

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