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

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P 2. CHINESE PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION FOR FRIENDSHIP WITH FOREIGN
COUNTRIES

In 1971 the present name was adopted in place of the Association for Cultural Relations
with Foreign Countries.

Honorary Presidents Earliest
Latest
Deng Xiaoping x
Dec 83
Mar 90
(f) Deng Yingchao x
Dec 82
Jul 92
d 1992
(f) Song Qingling x
Jun 80
May 81
d 1981
President
( Wang Guoquan) x
Jun 72
Feb 73
( Chai Zemin) x
Sep 74
Aug 75
( Wang Bingnan) (1) x
Aug 75
Feb 86
d 1988
Zhang Wenjin x
Feb 86
Oct 89
d 1991
Han Xu x
Oct 89
Vice-Presidents
Chen Haosu x
Mar 90
Chu Tu'nan(2) x
Sep 74
Mar 90
Ding Xilin(3) x
Apr 66
Feb 74
d 1974
(f) ( Ding Xuesong) x
Jun 73
Jan 79
Hou Tong(4) Mar 79
Jul 83
d 1983
Hu Hongfan x
Apr 88
Mar 90
Huang Shiming x
Jul 86
( Li Enqiu) x
Jul 73
Jun 75
Liang Geng x
Jun 83
Mar 90
Lin Lin(5) x
Jun 73
Mar 90
( Ling Qing) (6) x
Feb 86
Mar 90
Liu Gengyin x
Jan 83
(f) Lu Cui(7) x
Jul 83
Mar 90
Luo Shigao(8) Aug 78
Feb 86
Sun Pinghua x
Jul 79
Mar 90
(f) Wan Yun Sep 92
Wang Fulin x
Aug 83
Mar 90
( Wang Guoquan) x
Aug 71
Jun 72
(f) Wang Xiaoxian x
Mar 90
Wu Xiaoda x
Oct 83
Sep 89
Xia Yan x
Apr 78
May 86
( Xie Bangding) x
Sep 78
Sep 83
Yang Ji(9) x
Jun 72
Oct 78
Zhang Xiangshan x
Jun 77
Jun 82
Zhang Zhijie x
Dec 86
Mar 90
Zhou Erfu x
Mar 83
Mar 86

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