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

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Q 3. ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

First identified following the Cultural Revolution in 1971.

President Earliest
Latest
Jin Shanbao x
Sep 77
Aug 82
Lu Liangshu x
Aug 82
Jan 88
Wang Lianzheng (1) x
Jan 88
Jan 92
Wang Changzheng Jan 92
Vice-Presidents
Bao Guandong x
May 80
(f) Chen Hang Feb 91
Cheng Shaojiong x
Aug 78
Apr 84
Dai Song'en x
Jun 83
Jul 87
d 1987
Hao Zhongshi x
Jul 72
May 82
d 1985
He Guangwen Jul 78
Apr 87
Liang Keyong Apr 87
Liu Genglin Apr 84
Liu Zhicheng Jan 86
(f) Shen Guifang Jun 90
( Shi Xiangsheng) x
Aug 78
Mar 80
Zhang Weicheng Jul 78
Apr 87
Zheng Shaochun Aug 78
Apr 87
Zhuang Qiaosheng May 86
Secretary-General
Lin Shan Sep 72
Oct 72
( Ren Zhi) x
Mar 79
Sep 84
Deputy Secretary-General
( Dai Song'en) x
Jan 79
Jun 83
d 1987
Leading Members
Su Geman Sep 71
Sep 76
Tao Dongdai Sep 75
Sep 77
Adviser
Huang Shunxing x
86

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