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

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E 14. AFFORESTATION COMMITTEE

Established in February 1982.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
Ulanhu x
Sep 85
Dec 88
d 1988
Wan Li x
Nov 89
Chairman
( Wan Li) x
Feb 82
Feb 89
Tian Jiyun x
Feb 89
Vice-Chairmen
Cho Nam Gi x
Feb 89
Du Xingyuan x
Feb 82
Feb 89
Gao Dezhan x
Mar 88
Han Guang x
Feh 82
Jun 83
Hong Xuezhi x
Feb 82
Feh 89
Li Ximing x
Jun 83
Feh 89
Lin Hanxiong x
Feb 89
Mar 91
Luo Gan x
Feb 89
Yang Zhong x
Dec 82
Jun 87
Yong Wentao x
Feb 82
Jun 83
Members
Chi Haotian x
Feb 82
Fan Ziyu x
Feb 82
Gan Ziyu x
Feb 82
Jia Huisheng x
Feb 82
Li Boning x
Feb 82
(f) Li Haifeng x
Feb 82
Liu Peizhi x
Feb 82
Liu Shi x
Feb 82
Ma Yuhuai x
Feb 82
Qin Zhongfang x
Feb 82
Qiu Chunfu x
Feb 82
Shen Tu x
Feb 82
Apr 85
d 1993
Tian Yinong x
Feb 82
Wang Xiping x
Feb 82
(f) Wang Yun x
Feb 82
Wu Yu x
Feb 82
Yan Jinsheng x
Feb 82
Yang Yushan x
Feb 82
Zeng Delin x
Feb 82

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