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

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P 4. CHINESE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING ASSOCIATION

Established in September 1981.

President Earliest
Latest
Li Yimang x
Sep 81
Dec 90
d 1990
Acting President
(f) Lei Jieqiong x
Aug 91
Vice-Presidents
Fei Xiaotong x
Mar 88
(f) ( Lei Jieqiong) x
Sep 81
Aug 91
Tang Mingzhao x
Mar 83
Wang Meng (1) x
Jan 85
Wu Bangguo x
Jul 86
Zhang Xiangshan x
Mar 88
Zhang Zhixiang x
Sep 81
Zhao Xingzhi x
Sep 81
Zhou Guangzhao x
Jan 85
Zhu Xuefan x
Sep 81
Council Members
Ai Qing x
Sep 81
Bai Shouyi x
Sep 81
Cao Yu x
Sep 81
Chen Chu x
Sep 81
Chen Zhifang x
Sep 81
Dec 90
d 1990
Ding Guangxun x
Sep 81
Duan Liancheng x
Sep 81
( Fei Xiaotong) x
Sep 81
Mar 88
Feng Mu x
Sep 81
Feng Xiliang x
Sep 81
Gu Gengyu x
Sep 81
Hu Hua x
Sep 81
Dec 87
d 1987
Hua Junwu x
Sep 81
Huang Da x
Sep 81
Huang Yongyu x
Sep 81
Ji Xianlin x
Sep 81
Li Chunqing x
Sep 81
May 90
d 1990
Li Enqiu x
Sep 81
Li Pingheng Sep 81
Oct 82
d 1982
Liu Zunqi x
Sep 81
Mei Xiangming (2) Sep 81
(f) Ou Tangliang x
Sep 81

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