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

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R 1. CHINESE ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Established in May 1977.

Honorary President Earliest
Latest
Hu Qiaomu x
Oct 82
Sep 92
d 1992
President
( Hu Qiaomu) (1) x
Mar 78
Aug 82
d 1992
( Ma Hong) x
Aug 82
Sep 85
Hu Sheng x
Sep 85
Vice-Presidents
Deng Liqun(2) x
Mar 78
Sep 85
Ding Weizhi x
Mar 88
Sep 90
( Huan Xiang) (3) x
Sep 78
Oct 82
d 1989
Jiang Liu x
Apr 90
Li Shenzhi x
Sep 85
Sep 90
Liu Guoguang x
May 82
( Ma Hong) x
Aug 79
Aug 82
Mei Yi x
Dec 80
Sep 85
Qian Zhongshu(4) x
Oct 82
Qu Weizhen Nov 90
Ru Xin x
Oct 82
Song Yiping(5) x
Nov 79
Sep 85
Wang Luolin x
Aug 93
Wang Renzhi x
Dec 92
Xia Nai x
Oct 82
Jun 85
d 1985
Xie Tao Oct 88
Apr 90
( Xu Dixin) (6) x
Mar 79
Oct 82
d 1982
( Yu Guangyuan) (7) x
Mar 78
Oct 82
( Yu Wen) x
Mar 90
Dec 92
( Zhang Youyu) (8) x
Oct 79
Oct 82
d 1992
Zhao Fusan x
Sep 85
Apr 90
Zheng Bijian x
Oct 88
Oct 92
Zhou Yang(9) x
Oct 78
Jul 89
d 1989
Secretary-General
( Liu Yangqiao) x
Apr 78
Feb 79
d 1980
( Wu Guang) x
Mar 79
Apr 79
( Song Yiping) x
Jun 79
Nov 79
Mei Yi(10) x
Nov 79
Sep 85
Wu Jiemin x
Sep 85
Oct 88
Liu Qilin Oct 88

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