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

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T 1. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION

The first post-Cultural Revolution reference was in 1971. Subsequently congresses have
been convened in March 1980, June 1986 and May 1991.

Honorary Presidents Earliest
Latest
Mao Yisheng x
Jun 86
Nov 89
d 1989
Qian Sanqiang x
May 91
Jun 92
d 1992
Qian Xuesen x
May 91
Yan Jici x
Jun 86
May 91
Zhou Peiyuan x
Jun 86
May 91
President
( Zhou Peiyuan) x
Mar 80
Jun 86
( Qian Xuesen) x
Jun 86
May 91
Zhu Guangya x
May 91
Acting President
( Zhou Peiyuan) x
Dec 77
Mar 80
Vice-Presidents
( Cao Tianqin) x
Jun 86
May 91
Gao Chao x
May 91
Gao Zhenning Jun 86
He Kang x
Jun 86
Hua Luogeng x
Jun 78
Jun 85
d 1985
Huang Jiasi x
Mar 80
May 84
d 1984
( Jin Shanbao) x
Mar 80
Jun 86
Li Zhensheng x
May 91
(f) Lin Lanying x
Mar 80
Liu Shuzhou Jun 78
Mar 85
d 1985
( Lu Jiaxi) x
Jun 86
May 91
Lu Yongxiang x
Jun 86
( Mao Yisheng) x
Sep 58
Jun 86
d 1989
( Pei Lisheng) x
Apr 78
Jun 86
Qamba Chili May 91
( Qian Sanqiang) x
Mar 80
May 91
d 1992
( Qian Xuesen) x
Mar 80
Jun 86
( Qiu Weifan) x
Jun 86
May 91
Sun Dayong x
May 91
( Tang Aoqing) x
Jun 86
May 91
( Wang Daheng) x
Jun 86
May 91
( Wang Ganchang) x
Mar 80
Jun 86
Wang Lianzheng x
May 91
( Wang Shuntong) x
Mar 80
Jun 86
d 1987

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